The building is almost unrecognisable from its former self.
Up to 19 staff would be employed from one Rotorua business.
Changes to trust deed would 'protect the cheque' for 49,000 beneficiaries.
In sub-Saharan Africa, only 7 per cent of the population have access to essential surgery.
Carden Soole killed Joshua Michael Louis Copestake on January 4 last year.
About 82 students are set to walk through the gates of the new school this morning.
Tauranga businesses are benefiting from great weather and more visitors.
Sunhats and sunglasses were the must-wear of the day.
A number of the protesters held signs saying 'I support Māori Wards'.
Lingering drought conditions stem from long-term rainfall deficits going back to 2019.
Students would 'not be defined by their results but instead their resilience'.
The 95-year-old died suddenly earlier this month, having lived at the Mount for 88 years.
Further intakes into the Jobs for Nature programme will come later this year.
"People are seeing us an alternate option to the dump."
'We were just trying to do something good.'
It was the place to be for food, sunshine and fine wine!
Dust off the walking shoes and explore the backyard this summer.
Opoutere Beach has been closed and reopened twice today.
Men were also more than two times more likely to first-time offend than women.
Kaelah Marlow died on Thursday after reportedly being injured by a shark.
No expectation for kaitiaki to be at the site all day, every day, the council says.
New shoplifting figures show thefts are continuing to rise in the city.
"If they want privacy they shouldn't do silly things," a local business owner says.
"The biggest issue was people getting blisters from their new Doc Martens."
Festival hires 150 security guards and police will also be keeping an eye on revellers
Firefighters have been battling the pine forest blaze since it broke out on December 13.
Get out your sunhat - it's shaping up to be a very warm Christmas Day!
Survivors, families, first responders, and people of Whakatāne came together yesterday.
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the fatal eruption.
The eruption "weighs heavily on the iwi".
The signing followed approval by 91 per cent of iwi members.
The Bay of Plenty continues to grapple with a serious child abuse problem.
He had been in "complete shock" and continued filming the shark on its journey.
The team worked tirelessly every single day throughout lockdown.
The two-week High Court trial has come to an end.
Some students were choosing courses in line with job opportunities in a post-Covid world.
The new Kiwi start-up aimed to boost the New Zealand tourism industry.
Members of McMillan's family sat in the public gallery throughout his appearance.
But it's not all "doom and gloom", says one financial specialist.
'Democracy has never worked for our people as the majority always rules.'
But police say they carried out a 'thorough' investigation into her disappearance.
The final results for the referendums will be released next Friday.
A conditional agreement for the sale of the land had been reached.
The battle was one that devastated generations yet made Tauranga the city it is today.
The event called the All Souls Service – A Time to Grieve is on Sunday at 9am
Judy Yorke disappeared from a party at a Matapihi packhouse in 1992.
People were getting out to make the most of the long weekend!
It comes after calls for testing of all seafarers entering New Zealand waters.
'New entrant' buyers in their 40s are heading the surge of interest in campervans.
Vision NZ had thought the office signs could stay up, a party spokeswoman said.
'I am quite excited for the future of Vision NZ.'
'It's not over just yet.'
Opinion: A victory for Waititi could well be a win for Māori representation in Parliament.
The final result may be decided by special votes.
But the district commander says it is only a "blip" and crime as a whole is down.
But despite the rising prices, houses are selling.
About 160 people work at the mill, a major employer in the small town.
The pair both put on a show at Waiata in the Pa, a suicide awareness event in Ngongotahā.
But the health board says it provides 'continuity of care' for those fresh out of prison.
The Tauranga woman was seen on the grounds of a Rotorua managed isolation hotel in August.
More than 500 local children are waiting for help from KidsCan.
Thief says the numbers for the security alarm came to him in a dream.
He also alleges the mattress was badly stained with what looked like blood.
"She came alive when the beat was right."
National's Todd McClay and Chris Bishop spoke to local business leaders today.
A consortium led by Paul Pedersen has bought the business.
Late spring temperatures could be reaching summer levels this year.
"I thought I'd get over it but I haven't been able to," the longtime business owner says.
Man armed with axe confronted innocent motorist during crime spree.
"You just have to look at the practicality of the rules when judging a school."
Kristie Purton and Nikki Reynolds: Well-known in Tauranga as the "Cystic Sisters".