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Mōtītī Blue and the Oil Spill: A Story from the Rena Disaster (2014) by Debbie McCauley.
Cover of the bilingual children's narrative non-fiction book Motiti Blue and the Oil Spill: A Story from the Rena Disaster by Debbie McCauley. Cover design by Sarah Elworthy using the painting Little
2014
Mauao Area Wildlife Trust Open Day (2014.
Poster adverstising the Mauao Area Wildlife Trust Open Day on Sunday 5 October 2014 at Mount Drury Soundshell in Mount Maunganui. Guided walks around Moturiki (Leisure) Island were offered with
2014
Darkness in Paradise by Elliot Mason (2011.
This painting by Tauranga artist Elliot Mason was inspired by the aftermath of the 2011 Rena Disaster. In 2013 well-known local artist Peter Cramond brought together a group of fellow artists
2011
Gannet in Oil by Elliot Mason (2011.
'Gannet in Oil'  acrylic on canvas (2011) by Elliot Mason. In 2013 well-known local artist Peter Cramond brought together a group of fellow artists from Tauranga to present an exhibition that
2013
Once Loved by Frances Ransley (2011.
'Once Loved' by Frances Ransley mixed media diptych 2011. Frances Ransley has been a member of the Mount Art Group for 14 years and is totally committed to the interests of
2012
Mount Art Group (2012.
Mount Art Group: In the photo we see members who participated in an 'in-house' competition for mini paintings depicting the theme 'around the Mount'. In the foreground is Shirley Frost
2012
Maungatapu School's Rena Project  (2011.
In 2011 Maungatapu School's Room 13 (year's 2 & 3) wrote poetry in reaction to the Rena disaster. The poetry and posters appeared in a window display at Tauranga City
2012
Debbie McCauley and Stuart Crosby (2014.
Photograph of author Debbie McCauley and Tauranga Mayor Stuart Crosby at the book launch for Motiti Blue and the Oil Spill: A Story from the Rena Disaster at Tauranga City
2014
Debbie McCauley (23 September 2015.
Debbie McCauley on 23 September 2015 after presenting her submission to the RENA Resource Consent Hearing Commissioners and members of the public at the ASB Arena in Truman Lane, Mount
2015
What am I? by Trenyce (Maungatapu School.
In 2011 Maungatapu School's Room 13 (year's 2 & 3) wrote poetry in reaction to the Rena disaster. The poetry and posters appeared in a window display at Tauranga City
2012
There was a boat called the Rena by Cameron (Maungatapu School.
In 2011 Maungatapu School's Room 13 (year's 2 & 3) wrote poetry in reaction to the Rena disaster. The poetry and posters appeared in a window display at Tauranga City
2012
The Gigantic Ship by Katie (Maungatapu School.
In 2011 Maungatapu School's Room 13 (year's 2 & 3) wrote poetry in reaction to the Rena disaster. The poetry and posters appeared in a window display at Tauranga City
2012
What am I? by Tama Moana (Maungatapu School.
In 2011 Maungatapu School's Room 13 (year's 2 & 3) wrote poetry in reaction to the Rena disaster. The poetry and posters appeared in a window display at Tauranga City
2012
What am I? by Isla Smith (Maungatapu School.
In 2011 Maungatapu School's Room 13 (year's 2 & 3) wrote poetry in reaction to the Rena disaster. The poetry and posters appeared in a window display at Tauranga City
2012
What am I? by Honey May (Maungatapu School.
In 2011 Maungatapu School's Room 13 (year's 2 & 3) wrote poetry in reaction to the Rena disaster. The poetry and posters appeared in a window display at Tauranga City
2012
What am I? by Haywyn (Maungatapu School.
In 2011 Maungatapu School's Room 13 (year's 2 & 3) wrote poetry in reaction to the Rena disaster. The poetry and posters appeared in a window display at Tauranga City
2012
What Am I? by David (Maungatapu School.
In 2011 Maungatapu School's Room 13 (year's 2 & 3) wrote poetry in reaction to the Rena disaster. The poetry and posters appeared in a window display at Tauranga City
2012
What Am I? by Cory (Maungatapu School.
In 2011 Maungatapu School's Room 13 (year's 2 & 3) wrote poetry in reaction to the Rena disaster. The poetry and posters appeared in a window display at Tauranga City
2012
What Am I? by Ariana (Maungatapu School.
In 2011 Maungatapu School's Room 13 (year's 2 & 3) wrote poetry in reaction to the Rena disaster. The poetry and posters appeared in a window display at Tauranga City
2012
Oil is Gloppy by Aaliyah (Maungatapu School.
In 2011 Maungatapu School's Room 13 (year's 2 & 3) wrote poetry in reaction to the Rena disaster. The poetry and posters appeared in a window display at Tauranga City
2012