Tauranga


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Tauranga,

city (1996 pop. 82,287), N central North Island, New Zealand, on the Bay of Plenty. With Mt. Maunganui, it is a leading New Zealand port for overseas trade. Wood products and meat are the largest exports and fertilizers the largest imports.

Tauranga

a port in New Zealand, on NE North Island on the Bay of Plenty: exports dairy produce, meat, and timber. Pop.: 101 300 (2004 est.)
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A small group of officials from Tauranga City Council, Bay of Plenty Regional Council, local iwi and marine businesses met at the precinct site at dawn to officially launch Tauranga's new marine hub.
Dev will then see his wife and child for the first time since his return, and he is likely to make the arrangements for their funerals, which will most probably be held in Tauranga later this week.
A magnificent 180-run opening-wicket stand between captain Prithvi Shaw and Manjot Kalra was the cornerstone of India's thumping 100 runs victory over Australia in a battle of former champions on the second day of the ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2018 at the Bay Oval, Tauranga.
Caption: Tauranga Hospital medical ward and allied health staff don their pyjamas to launch the Let's Get Moving campaign.
Tauranga Airport will operate as it usually does, even when the passenger terminal will go through a $12.
The West Indies will play the inaugural Group A day-night fixture at Bay Oval in Tauranga on the opening day of the event which runs from 13 January - 3 February featuring 16 teams across seven venues in four cities - Christchurch, Queenstown, Tauranga and Whangarei.
This was stated by former World Champion legendary Qamar Zaman while talking to media soon after his visit to the camp to assess the overall practice and coaching of the players going on for the World Junior Squash Championship to be played in Tauranga, New Zealand from July 19-28, 2017.
However, the day before New Year's Eve, Mr Jones suffered a heart attack near Tauranga, New Zealand, and was treated by medical staff on board - coincidentally including a nurse from Wrexham.
Three Perioperative Nurses have recently completed their Acute Care Nurse Practitioner registration: Lorraine Hogan and Kirstie Cooke from Grace Hospital in Tauranga and Amelia Howard-Hill who is working in private practice in Christchurch and also works as an Honourary Teaching Fellow at the University of Auckland.