Tauranga


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Tauranga

(taʊˈræŋə)
n
(Placename) 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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M2 PRESSWIRE-September 2, 2019-: $2.7 million to support new Tauranga papak?inga
In comparison, Tauranga trades at 27.1x fiscal year 2019," Singh wrote in a research note.
Summary: Christchurch [New Zealand], July 25 (ANI): New Zealand coach Gary Stead will announce the Test squad for the Sri Lanka tour, at Bay Oval in Tauranga on July 29.
The earthquake struck at 10:55am (2255 GMT Saturday) some 928 kilometres (575 miles) north-northeast of the New Zealand city of Tauranga in North Island at a depth of 34 km.
Caption: Plunket's negotiating team, back row, from left: Kathy Greenstreet, clinical leader delegate, Auckland; Jenny Sunnex-Dib, Plunket nurse delegate, Tauranga; Angela Collie, B4 school nurse and national delegate, Auckland; Marion Hiemstra, national educator delegate, Auckland; Laurie Stuart, community Karitane delegate, Auckland; Sandy Shanly, clinical leader delegate, Tauranga; and Selina Robinson, NZNO co-advocate, Tauranga.
The last foreign shearer to win a Te Kuiti title was England's Andrew Devereall, now living in Tauranga. In 1991 he won the New Zealand Shears Senior final.
TAURANGA -- Jimmy Neesham made a dream return to international cricket Thursday, crushing Sri Lanka with bat and ball as New Zealand won the opening one-day international by 45 runs in Tauranga.
TAURANGA: Martin Guptill celebrated his return to the New Zealand line-up with a masterful century as New Zealand posted 371 for seven in the first one-day international against Sri Lanka in Tauranga on Thursday.
U-19 World Cup ICC Tauranga (New Zealand) India steamrolled into the Super League stage of ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup as left-arm spinner Anukul Roy took four for 20 and Shubman Gill scored an unbeaten 90 to star in a 10-wicket victory over Zimbabwe at the Bay Oval on Friday.
Shivam Mavi (centre) of India celebrates a wicket with teammates during the ICC U19 World Cup match against Australia in Tauranga, New Zealand.
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.