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From festivals in Florida to touring Dracula’s digs in Romania, we round up the best destinations to visit this October. As summer abandons Europe again this October, eke out the last of the rays and raves in Ibiza, where nightclubs will be going out with a bang for the winter break. When the party finally stops head to the island’s north.

Craig Nees

Tauranga Boxing Academy – The End Game is to Get Them into Work

In our Spring 2018 issue we wrote an article, “Turning Kids Lives Around Through Boxing”. “Bearing in mind, some...
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Bizobike Update

Bay Waka has been working with leading e-bike manufacturer Bizobike in Belgium to offer its readers a once only opportunity to purchase e-bikes which...
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Tale Of A Deserving Win

You couldn’t find a more worthy or admirable team to win the WBOP Championship other than our Pāpaka U13 Rugby team. You couldn’t find a...
Photograph of Shane Beech on a jetski taken By Andy Belcher for action water phootography

Action On The Water

Through Andy Belcher's Lens Fast action on the water has always appealed to me as a photographer. It’s visually very appealing with water flying in...
three people sitting in a row playing three different games of chess

Our community Chess clubs are places to be!

The Mount Maunganui RSA and complimentary Tauranga RSA Chess Clubs are the places to be when it comes to a 'friendly game of chess'. The...
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Sporting codes unite to Lead the Cheer!

Sport Bay of Plenty, clubs and regional sporting organisations have united to launch Lead the Cheer! – a campaign that aims to foster a great sporting...
Photograph of the BOP Youth Development Trust boxing team and coach

Turning Kids Lives Around Through Boxing

New to the Bay of Plenty and strongly supported by the NZ Police and community organisations, the BOP Youth Development Trust aims to inspire...
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Ancient and New Ways to Relieve Pain

Just reaching for medication to relieve pain is not the best answer; rather discover the cause of pain then help healing. Massage an ancient way...
From left, front row, Harawira Haimona, Jemain Taifau, Michael Hagger, Henry Fa’afili. Back row, Ihaia Hartley, Te Ariki Iki, Lindsay Maclean.

Turning Kids Lives Around Through Boxing

BOP Youth Development Trust New to the Bay of Plenty and strongly supported by the NZ Police and community organisations, the BOP Youth Development Trust...
A billboard for the bay health clinic

Lifestyle changes can help prevent cancer

Almost everyone in NZ has either suffered from Cancer or known someone who is close to them suffer from cancer. However, few realise almost...