Saturday, November 18, 2017

More trout for anglers

Bay of Plenty anglers will soon have a few hundred more trout to target on their back doorstep. Fish and Game officers have released 700 trout into Lake McLaren and the Ruahihi Canal. Fish and Game Officer Lloyd Gledhill says the release of 500 rainbow and 200... read more...

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Comedy delivery on serious message

Move over Air New Zealand, the Big Angry Fish Boys Milan and Nathan have made their own ‘BIG’ safety video in time for the busy summer boating season. The light-hearted video follows the familiar inflight safety format, but has a serious message... read more...

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Under harbour reamer obstructed

Under harbour obstructions have delayed the last phase of the $99m Southern Pipeline project, and contractor Brian Perry Civil is now expected to continue into the New Year. “The contractor is working hard to complete the last drilling phase before Christmas... read more...

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Floating waterpark for The Strand

UPDATED: 13/11. The country’s largest water park is expected to be in operation off The Strand in Tauranga from Boxing Day, bringing a colourful floating water toy to the central city. The initiative of Dialled Indoor at the Mount, the waterpark is an interconnected... read more...

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