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  • KATIKATI CRICKET CLUB

    January 21 — Katikati CC V BAAJ CC

  • Boaties breaching rules worries harbourmaster

    Excessive speed and a lack of lifejackets from recreational boat users continue to provide the biggest headaches for the Bay of Plenty Regional Council Harbourmaster team.

  • Third great white tagged in Bowentown

    Ashark scientist who recently tagged a third great white says his tracking project is helping change “potential fear to fascination”.

  • Drownings a horror start to 2023

    The warm, settled weather in the Coromandel encouraged large amounts of people to take to the ocean over the past week — unfortunately, with tragic outcomes for some.

  • Climate crisis in digestible chunks

    This reads like an encyclopaedia on climate change — everything you wanted to know but might have been too afraid to ask — and I’m reviewing it with trepidation.

  • Vehicle thefts, break-ins increase POLICE REPORT January 16-23

    The Western Bay of Plenty has seen a recent rise in thefts from vehicles and also stealing of vehicles. The main targets are the smaller vehicles including the Mazda Demios and the Nissan Tiida. Prolific juvenile joyriders have been identified and are facing charges, but we still need to be contacted if you see suspicious behaviour. Other trends include stealing trailers to trade for drugs.

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  • Call to think before getting chickens

    People thinking of getting a flock of chickens to combat the effects of the cost-of-living crisis, the rising price of eggs and a national egg shortage should think again.

  • Waihi Beach fishing gran keen to get back out there

    Heather Bustard is a self confessed “fishaholic” and she’s suffering from withdrawal symptoms.

  • 4.5kg of rubbish collected

    More than 4kg of rubbish was collected from Waihī Beach yesterday in a “huge community response” to washed-up microplastics.

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