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Dairy prices: Keep calm and bake on

14 Aug, 2017 7:09pm
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Dawn Picken

Dawn is a weekend and opinion writer for the Bay of Plenty Times

dawn.picken@nzme.co.nz

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Everything we share online is fair game for the world to see. And judge.
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365 chances each year to lose my mind
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My birthday's about a month away. In case you were wondering, I don't need gifts
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Student loans are crippling some people while others have no regrets.
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Who was your first comedy love, one who got you through your tough times?
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Do you have a complicated relationship with school holidays?
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Make New Zealand great again.
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Dawn Picken ponders the problems of the world at 3am.
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Anyone saying there aren't barriers to alternative sexuality are probably not being honest
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Enjoy wild spaces before Mother Nature or Corporate Enterprise change their character.
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International students are changing lives and school budgets in the Bay.
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Every family has its secrets - mine involves terrorism.
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Welcome to Day Two of winter.
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A rash of robberies have business owners tightening security.
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Paula Bennett suggests Kiwis dig a little deeper.
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It's said travel is the only thing we buy that makes us richer.
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Reporter Dawn Picken explores why our backyards may be destined to stay small.
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Ever wonder why parents spend so much time and money so their children can play sport?
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Dawn Picken talks to patients and doctors about the process of treating the Big C.
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Something...
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Dawn Picken talks about why Bay people reporting on Bay people is so important.
  • 10 Apr, 2017 8:00pm
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Possible effects of the transfer of social housing in the Bay of Plenty
  • 10 Apr, 2017 7:00pm
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Social Service Provider Te Tuinga Whanau has a new tool to help clients - on You Tube.
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How do you celebrate marathon number 99? Very slowly, if you're Tauranga's Ross Steele.
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Long-time marathoners and newbies are training for Rotorua's marathon in May.
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As we collectively grow older, do we lionise youth? It doesn't have to be that way.
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Could 2017 be the year New Zealand addresses the gender pay gap?