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Serious injury in bouncy castle accident
A man suffered a serious neck injury after falling while playing on a bouncy castle this afternoon.Tauranga's Trustpower TECT Rescue Helicopter was called to Waihi Beach after the incident about 3pm."A 45-year-old male was playing... 
© 2014 NZ Herald 7:34pm 

Blackcaps to bowl first in second ANZ ODI
The BLACKCAPS have won the toss and will bowl first in today’s second ANZ One Day International at Tauranga’s Bay Oval. Pacemen Kyle Mills and Matt Henry sit out the match along with spinner Nathan McCullum. BLACKCAPS: Brendon McCullum (c) shirt no.42 
© 2014 Fri 10:34am 

Port of Tauranga expects similar profit
Port of Tauranga has given guidance for its full-year after-tax earnings to be about $78 million to $83m. 
© 2014 Fri 5:44am 

Port of Tauranga sees annual earnings growth up to 6.1%
Port of Tauranga, the country's biggest coastal export hub, sees annual earnings growth of up to 6.1 percent and expects to finish plans to enable big ships to dock at its wharves over the coming year 
© 2014 Thu 4:24pm 

Pipe work causing problems in Matapihi
A council project to lay a sewerage pipe through Maori land in Tauranga has come to a head after construction caused flooding in Matapihi. Court action is planned. 
© 2014 RadioNZ Wed 7:44pm 

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Mobile library bus crash with car kills man
One man is dead and another seriously hurt after a mobile library bus and a car crashed in Tauranga this morning. 
© 2014 Wed 12:04am 

Car and mobile library crash, one dead
One person has died and another has been taken to hospital with moderate injuries, after a crash between a car and a mobile library bus in Tauranga this morning. 
© 2014 RadioNZ Wed 11:24am 

Car and book bus collide, leaving two trapped
Two people are trapped after a serious crash involving a car and a mobile library bus in Tauranga.Western Bay of Plenty head of road policing Senior Sergeant Ian Campion said the crash happened at 9.05am on Welcome Bay Rd outside... 
© 2014 NZ Herald Wed 10:14am 

Cop honoured for saving man
The policeman who dived into freezing waters to save a man from Tauranga Harbour will be honoured today with a New Zealand Police Association Bravery Award. 
© 2014 Wed 5:25am 

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Tauranga Port to seek dredging tenders
Port of Tauranga is about to call for tenders for one of its most expensive projects, the dredging of the harbour to allow for more traffic. Resource consents were granted last year for the work. 
© 2014 RadioNZ 4:14pm 

Tauranga Port's profit expected to rise
While Port of Tauranga expects the current full-year profit to be between $78 and $83 million its shareholders were told the group's current year profit fell 3 percent in the first quarter, 
© 2014 RadioNZ Fri 8:04am 

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One-of-a-kind handmade quilt fetches $26,000
Sheryl Farrow has always dreamed of having one of her quilts put on public display.Her dream came true last week after her piece of art fetched more than $25,000 at the 20th and final Tauranga Police CIB Charity Auction.Lot three,... 
© 2014 NZ Herald Thu 6:24pm 

Officer honoured after saving man
An officer who rescued a drowning man after a three-car collision on a Tauranga bridge last year has received the Police Association's Bravery Award. 
© 2014 RadioNZ Wed 5:54pm 

Bridge rescue: 'The definition of a hero'
Quick thinking, adrenaline and a childhood spent swimming swollen rivers proved useful for Deane O'Connor when he jumped into icy water to save a man.Courage helped too -- courage so exceptional, the Tauranga senior constable has... 
© 2014 NZ Herald Wed 4:44pm 

Hairy Maclary project nears final leg
The Hairy Maclary sculpture project planned for Tauranga's redeveloped waterfront is closing in on its fundraising target.In a final push, Creative Tauranga has released a video offering a sneak peak of the bronze statues coming... 
© 2014 NZ Herald Wed 11:44am 

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Cricket fans cheer Bay milestone
In a major centre deprived of All Blacks and even Super 15 matches, having the cream of cricket on home turf yesterday proved Tauranga's time to shine.And shine it did, as thousands of punters turned out to Mt Maunganui's revamped... 
© 2014 NZ Herald Wed 5:25am 

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