'You just need them, it is like having toilet paper'.
An eight-hour nurses' strike will go ahead tomorrow in Tauranga.
'No cockroaches, better access, no mould ... ' Just some of the dreams of local lawyers.
More than 250 people from across New Zealand came to compete.
Six schools in the Bay are receiving support from Kura Kai
One in five school leaders reported working more than 60 hours per week.
The Norske Skog paper mill employs 160 people
Keeri Hooper still remembers the confusion in her brother's eyes before he was shot.
It is the first national festival of its kind.
Quintin Boshoff hasn't seen his wife and children since he left South Africa in 2019.
'Cancer is a horrible thing for your child to get.'
"We are incredibly car-dependent, and it has just gotten worse and worse."
The report said the culture of care underpinned the Tauranga schools' actions.
The 20-year-old is urging other young people to get their skin checked for melanoma.
Te Tuinga Whānau has been granted permission to stay at the RSA for another year.
Former All Black captain Stu Wilson, now a Tauranga Hospital orderly, got his first jab.
Health system changes would start to come into effect in July next year.
The Toi Ohomai graduation took place at the Trustpower Arena on Thursday and Friday.
Tauranga stores are trying other sign-in methods to protect customers privacy.