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Hunters told “Wash your Weedy Waders”

Hunters told “Wash your Weedy Waders”

Bay of Plenty Regional Council is reminding duck shooters to do their bit to avoid spreading damaging freshwater pests with the hunting season opening this Saturday 23rd May, “Unwanted freshwater pests such as catfish and hornwort are serious threats to the life...

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WHAKATANE! Carters Tyres | 07 308 0545 7.30am -12.00pm Call outs available  Solar Options | 07 308 8000 Phone enquiries only Underwood and Wilkins | 027 475 4282 Phone enquiries only         027 437 7373 Farmlands Whakatane | 07 306 0187 Phone...

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Reo Rangahau – Professor Taiarahia Black

Reo Rangahau – Professor Taiarahia Black

In this Episode of Reo Rangahau, ahorangi Taiarahia Black chats with whāea Harata Day & Justine Murray on how Te reo was spoken and treated in the earlier days, also touching on Te Wharekura o Ruatoki i ngā wa o mua.

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News – Karere

Hunters told “Wash your Weedy Waders”

Hunters told “Wash your Weedy Waders”

Bay of Plenty Regional Council is reminding duck shooters to do their bit to avoid spreading damaging freshwater pests with the hunting season opening this Saturday 23rd May, “Unwanted freshwater pests such as catfish and hornwort are serious threats to the life...

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COVID-19 assessment and testing to move to General Practice

COVID-19 assessment and testing to move to General Practice

With the country at Alert Level 2, the Bay of Plenty District Health Board’s (BOPDHB) COVID-19 pandemic response is also moving to the next phase. This includes the process for assessment and swabbing for COVID-19. From Monday 25 May 2020, people with symptoms of...

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COVID-19 assessment and testing to move to General Practice

Visiting Tauranga and Whakatāne hospitals at Alert Level 2

People planning to visit whānau, family and friends in Tauranga and Whakatāne hospitals are reminded of the DHB’s Alert Level 2 Visitor Policy. The focus at Alert Level 2 continues to be on protecting everyone from the risk of exposure to COVID-19, at the same time...

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Local Essential Services

New Protocol for the District Court at Alert Level 2

The Chief District Court Judge has issued a new protocol to guide New Zealand’s biggest court as it continues to deliver an essential service during Alert Level 2 of the pandemic response.The District Court deals with high volumes of Criminal, Family, Youth and Civil...

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Local Essential Services

Local Essential Services

WHAKATANE! Carters Tyres | 07 308 0545 7.30am -12.00pm Call outs available  Solar Options | 07 308 8000 Phone enquiries only Underwood and Wilkins | 027 475 4282 Phone enquiries only         027 437 7373 Farmlands Whakatane | 07 306 0187 Phone...

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The mobile breast screening service is heading to Kawerau!

The mobile breast screening service is heading to Kawerau!

We know you love and cherish your Māmā, whāea kēkē, whanaunga, hoa right. Do the right thing and akiaki them to book their mammogram. Our wahine are busy and we know its hard for them to get their own quality time, heoi lets encourage them together its kei te pai to...

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Nga Whakataetae Kapa Haka a Rohe o Mataatua 2020

Nga Whakataetae Kapa Haka a Rohe o Mataatua 2020

This is the Thursday Hotaka keeping in mind there maybe be added whakangahau roopu that arent in this hotaka. This is the hotaka for Friday e te iwi. We are a couple days away from this event ki roto o Te Whakatōhea Ohui Domain. If you are attending this event, please...

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Whakatane’s Inaugural Zero Waste Market

Whakatane’s Inaugural Zero Waste Market

On Saturday 7th March Whakatane’s first zero waste market will be held.   The Waste Zero Re-Market is organised by our local volunteer waste group, Waste Zero Whakatane, in conjunction with Envirohub’s Sustainable Backyards Month and Liam and Hannah from The Rubbish...

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Mōhau (For You) new Māori Gospel Visual Album released

Mōhau (For You) new Māori Gospel Visual Album released

Mōhau – a gospel-inspired visual album – was released on YouTube and social media in December 2019. Today, the album is available to iwi radio and digital platforms for playlisting. Māori artists Rob Ruha, Ria Hall, Troy Kingi, Bella Kalolo, Majic Paora, Kaaterama and...

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