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In uncertain times a small community turns to its council, but mayor says no answers given
Dogs poisoned in Pauanui, Tairua and Opoutere - cannabis and rat bait among causes.
Many people in Waihi, Waihi Beach, Ngatea and Paeroa are unsure about Coromandel boundary.
A formal proposal to ban the practice for two years is before the minister.
Already tight rental market reduced further and knock-on effect to business.
I felt the car just lose control, and I knew right then, 'I'm going to crash' - survivor
Rahui in place for elusive reef species being targeted on the Coromandel and elsewhere.
Residents block wharf and patrol for sightings of group with thousands of pink maomao.
'This is our community, we can't have this happening.'
It's time we take people out of the cities and bring them back again: Haere Mikaere
Seaweed replaces petroleum based polymers in gels for burn wound dressings, drug delivery
Board of trustees called on to persuade teacher not to resign.
Volunteering from willing hunters, hikers and pet lovers of Pauanui and Tairua finds pups.
"This was our piece of paradise."
Dog Charles doesn't associate sheep Graham with chasing sheep, says unlikely duo's owner.
Win spent long days at Takapuna Beach, says son Bruce, as his mum marks 100 years.
Twelve appliances, helicopter, police and ambulance at fire on outskirts of Whangamata
Waihi mourns motorcyclist Mike Bainbridge, who died in a crash near the town.
Builder of the bottle lifts the lid on the attraction that draws thousands into town.
Stand up to "prying eyes of Auckland" trying to stop progress on Coromandel, leaders told.
Construction has been halted until the issue of land ownership has been clarified.
Hospice welcomes guidance allowing travel between regions on compassionate grounds.
"The main thing is we are prepared."
This has not been an easy process, says management.
Community asked to be vigilant and report any similar attacks to the council or police.
She lay alone for nearly five days after falling and breaking leg.
Blood from victim left for hours, says resident on street where man died.