Most clicked stories in the Bay: Jan 4 to Jan 8

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Tauranga's New Year's Eve celebrations. Photo/file
Tauranga's New Year's Eve celebrations. Photo/file

The first week of 2016 has seen a variety of news from a botched carjacking to four Lotto wins in the region.

Take a look at the list of stories that were big over the week.

Read more: Attempted car-jacking in Papamoa, woman hurt
- A violent attempted car-jacking left the victim bloodied and police sought help from the public to identify the offender.

Drowning at Kaiate Falls, Welcome Bay, Tauranga. Photo/file
Drowning at Kaiate Falls, Welcome Bay, Tauranga. Photo/file

Read more: New Year's Day water tragedy
- A 29-year-old man died after getting into trouble in the water at Kaiate Falls. His name was released later in the week.


Read more: Lotto strikes four times in Bay
- It was a lucky start to the year for four Bay residents who won flash new BMW wheels worth $65,500.

Read more: Twenty-two arrested on New Year's Eve
- Police were pleased with a relatively uneventful New Year's Eve night, despite the Bay's boisterous festivities.

Read more: Papamoa Plaza on track for 20 shops opening
- The $20 million redevelopment project for Papamoa Plaza is on track for this year and will feature a new foodcourt, fashion precinct and village green.

Papamoa retail developments, Papamoa Plaza centre manager David Hill. Photo/file
Papamoa retail developments, Papamoa Plaza centre manager David Hill. Photo/file

- Bay of Plenty Times

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