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Sam caught up with Muroki, listen to the full interview below

By John Freer Beach Hop returns for the 24th time in the coming week and the man behind it remains just as enthusiastic as ever. For the more than 200 volunteers who put on the five-day festival, organiser Noddy Watts said it was these people who ensure the event runs well and meets the expectation […]

By John Freer Five key points have been included in the promotional sheet which encourages residents and ratepayers of the Thames Coromandel District, to have their say on the 10-year long-term plan. The obvious one is managing rates, followed by investing more in future planning, investing in connected communities, increasing fees and charges to keep […]

By John Freer In simple terms the Mercury Bay Business Association has been banging away for months endeavouring to get action on the reopening of land access to Cathedral Cove. So, when Conservation Minister, Hon Tama Potaka, announced on Friday that the track and cove would be open for next summer, people like Ray van […]

Conservation Minister Tama Potaka has stepped into the closed Cathedral Cove issue announcing today that the reinstatement of the walking access before next summer a priority. The track to the iconic beach – renowned for its natural rock arch feature – was severely damaged by extreme weather events in January and February 2023. The Department […]

Conservation Minister Tama Potaka has made the reinstatement of the walking access to Coromandel’s Cathedral Cove/Te Whanganui-a-Hei before next summer a priority. The track to the famous beach – renowned for its natural rock arch feature – was severely damaged by extreme weather events in January and February 2023. The Department of Conservation (DOC) staff […]

Six residents from an aged care residential facility in Whitianga have passed away during an outbreak of Influenza that occurred at the Whitianga residential care centre between 28 January and 8 February this year. The property is owned and operated by Oceanic Healthcare and their spokesperson; Shirley Ross, Director of Clinical and Care Services for […]

The Waikato Regional Council will lift its rates six percent next year under its 10-year long term plan. The increase was signed off by councillors last week. The following is the content of a media release outlining the decision and the reasons for it. Regional council proposes resilience and efficiency-focused 10-year plan – Media Release […]

By John Freer The introduction of a curfew on young people is a suggestion to curb crime in Thames according to the local community board chairman Adrian Catran. This yesterday after four properties in Pollen Street had been hit in one night. Valley Toyota had five windows broken, the Gastronomics ornamental elephant was smashed, graffiti […]

By John Freer After being lost at sea for 12 days and being part of the type of drama, movies comes from, the Betty G is now safely under tow heading towards Tauranga. She is the 12 metre launch from which her owner and skipper parted company while out on a solo fishing trip near […]


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