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The Mount Art Group's annual exhibition at the Mount Surf Club had to be rescheduled because of the Rena catastrophe.
2012
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I am sickened by what has happened, but feel the ship is not to blame, people are.
2011
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It seems to me that we are taking risks with wildlife all the time; this is what troubles me. The safety procedures on ships is obviously inadequate, with little thought
2011
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In 2011 Maungatapu School's Room 13, Year's 2 & 3, wrote poetry related to the Rena disaster that has since appeared in a window display at the Tauranga City Library.
2012
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I wrote this on Tuesday 11th October 2011 to express my sorrow over the disaster on our doorstep - Debbie McCauley
2011
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This poem by Tommy Kapai Wilson expresses his thoughts about the Rena Disaster (2011).
2011
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During the Rena Disaster (2011 & 2012) several people wrote poetry and articles which were submitted to the Tauranga Memories kete Rena – NZ’s Biggest Ecological Disaster. This was a
2012
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In the early hours of the morning on Wednesday 5 October 2011, the fully laden container ship Rena strikes the Astrolabe Reef, about 12 nautical miles off the coast of
2011
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Uploaded by janetarcus on Oct 9, 2011 Rena Ship hit the Astrolab Reef on Wednesday night, it has been leaking oil since and this current storm coming in is distributing
2011
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30 more penguins were released 8 December 2011 back to Moturiki, or Leisure Island, as their habitat has become liveable again after the Rena oil spill disaster
2011
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On January 30 2012, 9 Little Blue Penguins were released at Moturiki, Mount Maunganui Main Beach
2012
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A day following the Rena's cargo since the ship broke up on 8th January
2012
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I work at the Tauranga City Council and our lives got pretty busy after the Rena grounded. With a ukulele at my desk, this little medley of tributes evolved into
2012
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A fantastic video story shot by Councillor Murray Guy, Tauranga
2012
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Tauranga children were given the opportunity to voice their concerns about the Rena Disaster.
2012
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An account of the successful release of penguins back to their home on Motuotau / Rabbit Island
2011
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A poem about the Rena Oil Disaster by Ferne (aged 8): We are very much a beach family and during the summer we spend lots of time down at the
2011
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We are very much a beach family and during the summer we spend lots of time down at the beach. Ferne loves to body board in the waves and make
2011
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Poem by Daniel (age 9) of Matua Primary School.
2011
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The Rena was written by Amelie who is in Year 3 (age 7) of Matua Primary School
2011