One Rotorua tourism owner is trying his best to keep his business going.
Tauranga 'one step from tragedy', National leader tells public meeting.
Both local and tourist customer numbers have dropped.
But a gang expert says not to worry.
The girl proved to be too smart and strong for her own good.
Beachgoers got more than they bargained for at the beach today.
''When we walked back we didn't expect to have a house.''
Tobacco sales make up a bigger proportion of a corner shop's income than you might think
''People don't know anything about it, so they can't judge me.''
Seven schools were flagged as being in 'serious financial difficulty' in 2018.
The surgery left the Pāpāmoa resident with "Zorro"-like scars.
Reports of children being buried in sheets prompted effort.
"The survival part of the brain gets extremely heightened through traumatic events."
An investigator was at the scene today.
Neighbours describe the 'terrifying' events that unfolded on Oriana Cres.
'It's pretty horrific when I think of the girls,' Erin McDonnell says.
Unit 'negative, anxiety-provoking and a place where you just 'shut up and put up'.'
Rotorua Hospital alone produces 360,000kg of waste each year.
"Whatever will be will be," one candidate said.
Chlöe Swarbrick will be speaking at this year's Tauranga Arts Festival.
The second strike this week is planned for Wednesday.
Tests revealed the toddler was deaf when she was only a baby.
Health clinics are handling an increase in measles-related enquiries.
An Alison St resident said her tabby cat, Sativa, appeared to be shot intentionally.
"He just wanted to show he's sincerely sorry."
A Tauranga mum is warning other parents of the perils of measles.
The policy now allows students to have 'clean and tidy' facial hair.
The protest took place outside of the Oranga Tamariki office on Grey St.
Cafe-goers can drink their coffee and eat it too.
A memorial service honouring Joanne Rye-McGregor will be held tomorrow at Mount College.
The second smaller leak followed an initial 800,000l spill on July 2.
Kerry Hunt is on a mission to honour and raise awareness of organ donors.
This comes as the country navigates a vaccine shortage.
"They are driving on an unforgiving road."
The flyers were dropped in the Bay of Plenty area.
'You've beaten leukaemia, now what else can you do?'
The number of measles cases hit 20 in the Bay of Plenty today
The image of a black hole has been heralded as a game-changer for New Zealand science.
One young adult remains in Tauranga Hospital after contracting the measles.
Experts call for subsidised dental care.
Otumoetai College student 'stoked' with his catch and hoping for a double world record.
Friends and community-spirited tradies all pitched in to build the special house.
Loud music, drug use, disturbing noises, rubbish such as dirty nappies and used condoms.
Sam Whitelock has spoken to kiwifruit industry members about mental health.
Mount College student spent $300 on necessities for Tauranga's most vulnerable women.
Tauranga remains united in grief following the Christchurch tragedy.
Former Tauranga school teacher remembers his teenage son killed in Christchurch shooting.
"These are my people".
The boy's father was contacting lawyers and a range of advocacy groups.
Only a third of Tauranga homes are mortgage free, new data reveals
Special needs student barred from class and sent home from school with razor, says father.
A masked person threatened staff with a knife before stealing cash and cigarettes
She tells landlords not to expect the next person to rent to be like the last tenant.
The wild seas are expected to churn until Tuesday