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Man has died following water-related incident at Mt Maunganui
Police can confirm a man thought to be in his 50s has died following a water-related incident at Mt Maunganui yesterday afternoon.
Homeless man: The cave gives me life
Awhi, of Ngāi Te Rangi and Waitaha descent, lives in Tauranga Moana. He has a family and is a former builder and forestry worker. Awhi is also homeless because of the housing crisis. But he's discovered a haven in a prime location.
One person dead in skydiving accident in Bay of Plenty
The skydiver is dead after an accident in Mount Maunganui this morning.
Council investigation on Whareroa Marae concern about air pollution
The Bay of Plenty Regional Council is investigating health concerns about industrial air pollution, which have been raised by the Whareroa Marae community in Mount Maunganui.
Te Paringa Tai: New haka team enters Mātaatua comp
This year the Ngāi Te Rangi descendants from the islands in Tauranga Moana will be putting their first competitive team into the Mātaatua regionals, Te Paringa Tai. Located in the Bay of Plenty region of Aotearoa, the members of this haka team affiliate to the islands of Matakana and Rangiwaea, situated in the harbour of Tauranga.
Human skull found near Mount pre-European Māori
The human skull discovered near Mount Maunganui has been identified as a pre-European adult Māori man.
Human remains found, Mt Maunganui
Part of a human skull was found by a fisherman yesterday near Salisbury Wharf in Mount Maunganui.
Spike in rising beach volleyball stars
New talent has emerged in the New Zealand Age Group Volleyball Beach Championship at Mt Maunganui. Jazmine Milton of Ngāti Wai, representing North Harbour, is leading the way in her section for the U17 girls.
Mauao dedicate their win to former team mate who passed away
Te Wharekura o Mauao are the first Māori-medium school to win the Bill Hill BOP secondary Schools Trophy against Western Heights High School in the Co-ed division for the region. The Māori school walks away with the chance to represent the region at a national level.