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Community halls are part of the glue that binds rural communities and keeps connections alive, but many are under threat. Nina Hindmarsh reports. [Read More]
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The experience of living rurally can be paradoxical. [Read More]
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William Pike maya have lost a leg on Ruapehu, but he found inspiration. [Read More]
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A tumbledown hut high on Takaka Hill holds a secret that has become a macabre attraction. [Read More]
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It must rank as one of the country's strangest visitor attractions - preserved in a collapsing hut on Takaka Hill. [Read More]
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Boomerang Bags are now in the Bay thanks to a dedicated group of volunteers. [Read More]
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This year's heaviest boar weighed in at a whopping 71kg... [Read More]
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What do you do if your much loved wilderness track has been repeatedly damaged, leaving questions over its future? [Read More]
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Takaka residents say it's being 'starved' of development opportunities and want council to help the town grow. [Read More]
'Ridiculous' flood height rules for new buildings is starving Takaka of new development, residents say. [Read More]
The warming ocean is making fish less nutritious, a seabird study shows. [Read More]
A Golden Bay couple has accepted a $10,000 payout from police to settle a lawsuit for the time they spent as key suspects in the hunt for... [Read More]
Anxious homeowners in a small seaside settlement of Golden Bay battling to save their homes from the sea have found themselves up against yet more... [Read More]
Anxious homeowners in a small seaside settlement of Golden Bay battling to save their homes from the sea have found themselves up against yet more... [Read More]
A Golden Bay teenager has self-published an e-book packed with her own photography, recipes and self-care tips to help people transition to veganism. [Read More]
Work to wipe out out a noxious vine on the Takaka Hill has been a success this year, a pest eradication group says. [Read More]
Collingwood-based Heritage advocate Penny Griffith has been given an award by the Dutch ambassador. [Read More]
Liz Thomas and Penny Griffith are happy their petition asking to ​review the way Tasman residents vote has influenced a council submission ​to parliament. [Read More]
Protesters will chain themselves to the Golden Bay grandstand and camp on site in order to prevent the building's demolition. [Read More]
Two Golden Bay women who have opened the area's first funeral home in at least 80 years talk about their different journeys. [Read More]
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