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Scott Yeoman: Why the Jofra Archer racism incident angers and embarrasses me
I was in the crowd at Bay Oval, I saw Jofra Archer stop and talk to security.
'Definitely wasn't a NZ fan': New revelation in Archer scandal
NZME has uncovered video footage that appears to confirm the insult was shouted out.
England cricketer praised for calling out racism at Bay Oval
Tauranga's mayor has called the Bay Oval incident 'completely unacceptable'.
England's Barmy Army gets the atmosphere going at Bay Oval
The sun was shining, a trumpet was playing, and the Barmy Army was singing along.
'Toxic' workplace: Manager hits out at DHB in scathing report
Unit 'negative, anxiety-provoking and a place where you just 'shut up and put up'.'
300 days, 20 countries: One Kiwi couple's epic journey
From eating rat stew in Congo, to negotiating with armed rebels in the desert.
Talking with Tama, a sick toddler who can't access the drug he needs
And the American drug company and Pharmac respond to questions.
Tama is deteriorating fast. But the drug that can help him is too expensive
It is thought there are fewer than 100 people in the country with the condition.
Revealed: How much Coast Homes owes, according to the liquidators
The liquidators are trying to recover three related-party loans, to pay the taxman.
'I'm not afraid of crying': Couple step up to help 140 Kiwi kids
Robin and Kahu Grace have looked after other people's kids for six years.
Bella Vista saga: The curious case of the missing computer server
And everyone the liquidators have spoken to is denying knowing anything about it.
She paid Coast Homes $267K. Then a property dispute ensued
This month, Coast Homes was put into liquidation owing a significant amount of money.
Five revelations from the damning Bella Vista report
COMMENT & ANALYSIS: Review by retired judge contains interesting findings.
Tauranga building company goes into liquidation, owes money
The Inland Revenue Department was the applicant creditor.
Operation Measles: Inside the public health response to an escalating outbreak
Spending time with the experts as they trace infections and attempt to prevent the spread.
Bella Vista saga: Damning internal report released
The employment investigation began in October last year.
A homeless couple's journey through drug addiction to getting their kids back
Their meth and synthetic drug habit left them with nothing ... no kids and no home.
Why the Bay of Plenty DHB has an $11 million deficit
The DHB provided patient and spending numbers to show just how much pressure it is under.
18 oil spills reported in Tauranga last year, only five of them traced
There was also a reported spill in the Whakatāne River.
New Bella Vista twist: What it might now mean for boss Danny Cancian
Danny Cancian will be referred to the New Zealand Registrar of Companies, liquidators say.
Taking the plunge: Why this Kiwi bloke is finally learning to swim
Following one man's late-in-life journey to learn to swim, one stroke at a time.
'Look how skinny he is!' – Meet the stars of a national cat show
The breeds, the names, the pre-show rituals.
Fateful decision: The defining moment in the Bella Vista disaster
The Times has reviewed 3 separate reports and historical emails and obtained new details.
Gridlock: Tauranga's traffic problem escalates, dramatic new figures show
Tauranga has grown hugely over the past 20 years – but it has come at a huge cost.
Tattoo & Art Extravaganza: Music legends, and a lost bet
The NZ Tattoo & Art Extravaganza was expected to attract 5000 to 6000 people.
Edgecumbe flood two years on: Loneliness, trauma and hope
The town's 1600 residents have coped in different ways since the major flood.
MBIE report: Bella Vista development a 'significant failure' by council
The investigation did not discover evidence of a systemic issue within the city council.
Behind the cordon at the Bella Vista homes evacuation site
The tops of all 16 Bella Vista houses on Lakes Boulevard have been earmarked for removal.
Bella Vista Homes one year on: Everything has changed, and nothing has changed
Scott Yeoman checks in with homeowners and local businesses affected.
Is this the anti Marie Kondo? Charity shop giving away clutter
The Society of St Vincent de Paul in Tauranga is having its first "community free sale".