This image shows the depth and size of earthquakes in the Kawerau area between Friday and Sunday. Source / GNS Science By Diane McCarthy - Local Democracy Reporting
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'Antiquated way of telling people what to do doesn’t work'- new Kawerau mayor
The trend of mayoralty firsts has continued with Kawerau District Council electing its first wahine Māori to the top job.
Maōri making history in local government
Faylene Tunui who was elected unopposed as the first Māori wahine mayor in Kawerau
Kawerau Pulp Mill and union workers agree on pay deal; lockout ends
Pulp and Paper Workers Union workers at Kawerau met today and accepted a pay deal recommended by the Employment Relations Authority.
Police armed offenders squad involved in Kawerau arrest
A Kawerau man has been arrested in relation to the aggravated robbery of an ATM in the eastern Bay of Plenty town.
Essity takes its Kawerau mill staff to court over strike
A company-imposed lockout at a Kawerau mill that has prevented 145 members of the Pulp and Paper Workers union from going to work has taken a strange turn.
Positive Covid case in Kawerau
Four new cases are being reported today in the Bay of Plenty, including one case in Kawerau.
Mill closure: “Don't just up and go leaving our land in a state.”
Iwi are raising more concerns over the closure of the Kawerau mill. Besides the loss of 160 jobs, there’s worry about the hazardous waste that may be left behind.
Kawerau workers spend last week at mill, hoping new industry will buy it
Boycie Te Rire is a retired veteran of the Kawerau Norske Skog Tasman Paper Mill who knows its closure in seven days is going to be hard for his family and others in the Kawerau township.
Woman to appear in court following suspicious death in Kawerau
The woman will appear in the Hamilton District Court today.