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Bridges claimed "patched gang members had taken over the entrance" to hospital.
'You'd have to think twice if you chose to take a stand against her ... she'd smoke you.'
OPINION: No amount of sympathy can put us in their shoes.
Opinion: Name changes can be met with grumbles of history erased.
Mum calls for change in maritime laws to crack down on drunk skippers.
Drunken decision to go fishing ends with one man dead, other charged with manslaughter.
'Tauranga City Council's financial management has weakened, in our view.'
'I feel like I've got my life back.'
Retirement savings in ruin, a first-home dream destroyed.
The decision to appoint a commission was announced on Friday but opinions are divided.
Opinion: Can a commission stop Tauranga going round in circles?
Transport minister hits back, saying National had nine years to build the road.
Tauranga MP says mayor's resignation removed 'significant source of friction'.
'It struck me that Mr Cancian was endeavouring to grasp at any passing straw': Judge.
The email came hours after Powell revealed publicly that he has prostate cancer.
Tenby Powell will go on medical leave later this month, hoping to return in early 2021.
'He did not realise the shotgun was loaded... before he pulled the trigger'.
Cancian defended himself in the civil court case heard in the High Court at Tauranga.
Tauranga MP says the election result is 'bittersweet'.
Tauranga is a known as a safe National seat, but Labour is chipping away at the margin.
Complainer says a forced apology would be a 'pyrrhic victory'.
OPINION: History may be about to repeat itself.
Chinese-owned company linked to billionaire business magnate wins rubbish contracts.
COMMENT: Back your future. Protect your future. Change your future. Ditch the signs!
Peters said the reasons would be 'obvious to any sensible, sane, rational person'.
Ratepayers would be 'horrified' at paying the cost of governance failure, says councillor.
Team could stay for 10 months, but council votes for earlier 'off-ramp' opportunity.