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  • Plenty of flavours in the Bay for you

    Foodies can start salivating, with ticket sales for a regional food festival opening next week. Programme details for the second annual Flavours of Plenty festival will be announced the same day, on February 1.

  • How to shift the dial on farm costs

    After 30 years’ dairying on the same Bay of Plenty farm, Donna and Corrie Smit have learned lessons on weathering everything from devastating floods to milk-price fluctuations.

  • Rule change will spur wetland revival

    Changes to freshwater regulations will help farmers continue to invest in wetland restoration, DairyNZ says.

  • Call out for any spare school uniforms

    Discovering one of the reasons students gave for skipping school was not having the correct uniform got Te Puke’s Leah Nesbit thinking.

  • From life support to her recovery ‘hell’

    Unlike many 21-year-olds, Hollie Snell cannot work, drive, study or drink alcohol.

  • Help for struggling whānau

    Last week’s food price figures showing that prices were 11.3 per cent higher in December 2022 than they were a year earlier will come as no surprise to those dealing with the fallout.

  • Contest looks for scenes of nature

    Shooting photos could shoot you high in the sky.

  • McClay buoyed with portfolios

    Rotorua MP Todd McClay, whose constituency covers Te Puke, is “very pleased” he can give a voice to recreational fishers and hunters in New Zealand after being given a new portfolio.

  • THIS WEEK

    Week beginning January 22

  • Census held soon

    The next census will be held this year, with Census Day being March 7.

Featured documents

  • Senior prizegiving

    Prior to going on exam leave, senior students from Te Puke High School enjoyed some time in the spotlight at the school’s end of year senior prizegiving....

  • Senior prizegiving

    Prior to going on exam leave, senior students from Te Puke High School enjoyed some time in the spotlight at the school’s end of year senior prizegiving....

  • Senior prizegiving

    Prior to going on exam leave, senior students from Te Puke High School enjoyed some time in the spotlight at the school’s end of year senior prizegiving....

  • Senior prizegiving

    Prior to going on exam leave, senior students from Te Puke High School enjoyed some time in the spotlight at the school’s end of year senior prizegiving....

  • RW oppose cheque abolition

    Rural Women New Zealand (RWNZ) has surveyed is members for their views on the discontinuation of accepting cheques in 2021....

  • AWARD WINNERS

    Year 11 ACADEMIC...

  • COMMUNITY LISTINGS

    COMMUNITY SERVICESAge Concern: Coffee group meets the second Tuesday of every month, chat over a relaxing cuppa at Te Puke Bupa 10.30am to 11.30am $3 pp. Phone 578 2631....

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    CLUBS/COMMUNITY GROUPSTe Puke Garden Club: Third Thursday of each month from 1.15pm at Te Puke Bridge Club, everyone welcome. Ph 573 5051....

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    Pāpāmoa Rotary: Thursdays, 5.30pm Mako Room, Pāpāmoa Community Centre at the Library, 15 Gravatt Road. Guest speaker most evenings. Ph Vivian 0275495379 or vivianvledgar.nz...

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