Les Hansen was baptised in 1934, met his future wife at the church and was married there.
No wastewater reached the Tauranga Harbour or stormwater drains.
The packhouse is also evidence of the kiwifruit industry growing
Rubbish and recycling bins have now been dropped off ready for use on July 1.
People have become used to marae offering health-related services
Two new staff members have joined up to ensure Te Puke keeps supporting local.
One blood or plasma donation can save multiple lives.
The couple lost their beloved dog on June 4.
'I bawled my eyes out, I was so upset'.
Visitation numbers and an increased average spend are all good signs, say retailers.
The couple have been appointed members of the New Zealand Order of Merit.
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Support workers were previously paid the minimum wage while driving between client visits.
Cancer patients have been transferred to Tauranga Hospital after the cyber attack.
Thousands of DHB nurses, midwives and healthcare workers will strike on June 9.
The six-year-old was diagnosed with cancer at the beginning of last year.
It comes as the DHB ends the sale of all artificially sweetened and sugary drinks on site.
The Tauranga MP and former National leader announced the book on his social media pages.
Hitting screens tonight, the first season boasts a $50,000 prize Rogers likes the look of.
The DHB acknowledged its carbon emissions were "detrimental" to people's health.
Brothers Michael and Christopher Powell died by suicide 10 years apart.
Bay of Plenty diabetes cases are projected to rise 70 to 90 percent by 2040.
It's easier for employers to require new staff to be vaccinated than for existing workers.
Locals react to the death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh.
Three quarters of patients in the Bay of Plenty died within three years of diagnosis.
A new DHB app helps people spot signs of ageing and gives tips on how to reverse them
'I'm never getting that back.'
A global study involving a Bay of Plenty professor noted a link between the two.
Locals reflect on a crazy year.
Four complaints are allegedly about the college principal.
It comes as CoreLogic data shows a dip in sale values of 1.5 per cent in February.
"That's my retirement plan down the gurgler."
Tauranga's own son Peter Burling and Team New Zealand teammates take on Luna Rossa.
Vaccines aren't mandatory for Port of Tauranga workers but are for Rotorua MIQ staff.
The health committee has given its recommendations to the DHB who are now in discussion.
Testing challenges - and driving instructors share their tips and tricks.
A dog that features on the SPCA list of shame has a new life.
Tauranga City Council has created a new role to support arts and culture in the city.
The drug could change cystic fibrosis patients lives if it was allowed in the country.
But the union believe more staff are needed to carry the load.
"More needs to be done to ... families and whānau to immunise their children."
Te Puke Intermediate is the latest school to have the toilets, but what other schools do?
The reggae and roots festival was in Tauranga at Waitangi Weekend.
'There's nothing you can really do to stop what is going to happen.'
Heart problems, headaches and strokes the main triggers.
Shane is one of several people whose names have been used along State Highway 2.
Brian Kelly has an NZ-wide role in his move from Coast FM's Bay of Plenty breakfast show.
The Omanu Beach Surf Lifesaving old boys were honoured with a paddle-out on Thursday.
Classic Flyers Tauranga is marking its 15th anniversary today.
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Eel bites haven't deterred the woman but now she is warning others of the danger.
The question comes after domestic violence callouts increased over the holiday period.
Bay marine experts say bronze whaler or hammerhead unlikely in Bowentown attack.
"I don't see [American citizenship] having a value any more," says US expat.
The weird and wonderful topped the Bay's Trade Me list in 2020.
'I can't even imagine the situation if they got caught in the rain.'
From roads to social issues, there's lots on Tauranga residents' wishlists for 2021.
'You were always a rebel and always wanted to change the world.'
Pamela Jones has one last chance to end her eight year battle with melanoma.
The Black Caps versus Pakistan Boxing Day test is at Bay Oval from December 26-30
The Black Caps were at the beach ahead of the big Boxing Day Test
Margaret Pringle looks back on her nursing career for the International Year of the Nurse.
Some health board workers threw their boxed Christmas lunches in the bin.
A trip to the loo for Chaz Hayward has resulted in thousands of views.
For the fourth year running, the team at Bureta Physiotherapy has the community in mind.
The revamped pedestrian-only area awaits final touches, in time for the holiday season.
Mary Natusch celebrated her 100th birthday on Thursday.
Survivors, families, first responders, and people of Whakatāne came together yesterday.