Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Boatie missing off Waihi coast

The search for a man missing off the Waihi coast is expected to continue this morning. The 24-year-old man went missing when a boat he, another man and a boy were in overturned on Monday night. One man and a 10-year-old boy were rescued but the 24-year-old has... read more...

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America’s Cup design released

Ongoing politicking about whether Tauranga will ever be the America’s Cup venue, takes a back seat today with the release of the foiling monohull concept design for the boats. The AC75, the class of boat to be sailed in the 36th America’s Cup is a high... read more...

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Boat found in Bowentown search

Updated 10.15am: A missing Rotorua fisherman was last seen clinging to an upturned aluminium dinghy as the boat was washed out to sea last night. The boat was later recovered with no sign of the missing 24-year-old, says Waikato senior sergeant Mike Henwood, on... read more...

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Tauranga connection in crayfish case

Two Gisborne men, one a Tongan Methodist church minister, have been fined a total of more than $10,000 between them for a range of crayfish offences. Thirty-nine-year-old Aaron Andrew McKay was fined $6,000 after he pleaded guilty in the Gisborne District Court... read more...

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