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Is it worth risking cases going back up if it means ending lockdown?
Anaru Palmer says those keen to learn te reo Māori should "give it everything".
REINZ: Tauranga has reached yet another record median house price of $970,000
Linda Munn was absolutely disgusted someone complained a Rotorua kuia was flying her flag.
Lockdown started 11.59, August 17: sales affected for nearly half the month.
"For some strange reason, the kidneys decided to work again."
Tauranga City Council's commissioners have pleaded to the Government for help.
Changes are coming for use of the gas at the Port of Tauranga but locals aren't impressed.
The Western Bay Wildlife Trust is urging people to keep their cats inside at night.
A Bowentown father has admitted attempting to murder his son after setting him on fire.
OPINION: I am proud to see the evolution of Māori language into the national lingo.
Te Rawhitiroa says his life would be 'pretty vanilla' if te reo Māori wasn't a part of it.
"Nothing, no cent, no dollar, no wish could make the machine available when we needed it."
A Tauranga man bit a police officer, pinned him by his throat and spat at police.
City leaders warned this lockdown will have a compounding effect on infrastructure plans.
Builders keen to be back at work but face delays and supply chain constraints.
'I welled up with tears in the middle of the meat department.'
It will be a good few days for boardgames and other indoor pursuits.
Waikato most optimistic in survey of Auckland, Tauranga, Taupō commerce.
With a decision on whether lockdown will be extended imminent, experts have their say.
The incident happened when security tried to step in and break up a fight.
The pamphlet was pulled after receiving backlash for implying Māori were the virus.
Comment: Employers will benefit from having a highly vaccinated workforce.
A Tauranga barrister and his wife have been sentenced for tax evasion offences.