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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 70) 2 November 2011: 10.45am An observation flight this morning has confirmed no visible further damage to the cargo vessel Rena overnight, Maritime New Zealand
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 125) 5 December 2011 - 10.30AM Rena is still intact after the weekend’s stormy weather. Electronic sensors monitoring the movement of the wreck indicated some
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 32) ALL media enquiries: 0800 774 554 (0800 SPILL INFO)International media call:+64 27 812 7013  or 19 October 2011: 7.30am There has been no report of
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 73) 3 November 2011: 6.30pm Salvage teams are taking advantage of good weather in Tauranga today and continuing to progress with preparation work on transferring
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<!--Section Begins--> Maketu #6 Rena clean up news   October 19, 2011 | Filed under: Rena Disaster | Posted by: DigitalMaori Times for Wednesday 19th October: For training meet at
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<!--Section Begins-->   Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Rena Rapid Response Wednesday, 12 October 2011, 3:14 pmPress Release: Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Rena Rapid Response 12 October
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Page from shipwrecklog.com, a site concerned with maritmie accidents around the world.
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<!--Section Begins--> TOURISM BAY OF PLENTY – RENA GROUNDING INFORMATION Updated 1 November 2011 On 5 October, the 236m cargo vessel Rena struck the Astrolabe Reef, near Tauranga Harbour.  The Astrolabe Reef
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 42) 22 October 2011: 1.45pm Relatively calm weather has allowed on-going pumping of oil from the vessel Rena today, while clean-up operations continue at various
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<!--Section Begins--> Shipping rerouted as containers come adrift 12 October 2011: 7.30am Approximately 70 containers have come off the Rena and are now in the water. It is highly likely
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<!--Section Begins--> Transport Accident Investigation Commission (TAIC)   Rena preliminary interviews complete, data recorders removed - Friday, 7 October 2011 The two Transport Accident Investigation Commission investigators on board the
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Series of posts concering the Rena disaster on http://www.godlikeproductions.com, a conspiracy forum.
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena response (update 4) 10 October 2011: 10.00am This release includes the latest information available. Salvage The salvage team has made good progress on getting oil off the
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Posts concerning the Rena from http://antipodeanmariner.blogspot.com, a blog by a former seafarer based in Australia.
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<!--Section Begins--> MNZ responding to incident off the coast of Tauranga 05 October 2011: 9.00am   Maritime New Zealand (MNZ) is this morning responding to an incident near Tauranga Harbour,
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 58) 28 October 2011: 7.15am Salvors on Rena will today continue to focus on gaining access to the starboard tank of the ship, in an
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Article from tangatawhenua.com outlining Te Arawa efforts to clean up the beach around Maketu area.
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 116) 28 November 2011: 5.00pm Another 38 clean little blue penguins were released at Mt Maunganui this morning, joining 56 other birds released to return
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 40) 21 October 2011: 7.00pm Salvage operations on board the cargo vessel Rena are progressing slowly but steadily, with a total of 171 tonnes removed
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