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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 85) 9 November 2011: 6.15pm Pockets of air trapped in the Rena’s submerged starboard wing tank are believed to be the principal stumbling block preventing
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 71) 2 November 2011: 6.15pm Three salvage teams are back on board the stricken Rena, after bad weather forced them off the ship on Monday,
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 41) 22 October 2011: 7.00am Fuel pumping on board the vessel Rena continued overnight and weather conditions look good for operations today, Maritime New Zealand
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<!--Section Begins--> Defence Force continues to assist Maritime NZ and emergency response to MV RENA - Update 18 October 2011 Over 370 New Zealand Defence Force personnel continue to support
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 98) 15 November 2011: 6.00pm Beach access restrictions will officially be lifted between Mount Maunganui and Maketu Estuary from 6am tomorrow (Wednesday 16 November). However,
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena response (update 8) 11 October 2011: 11.30am This release includes the latest information available. Salvage The Rena is settled on the Astrolabe reef as the list has
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Notes from speech of Mark Cairns, CEO.
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Joint information sheet from Maritime New Zealand, Tauranga City Council, Western Bay of Plenty District Council & Bay of Plenty Regional Council.
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Article from Auckland, Transport and Urban Design (AKT).
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Tangatawhenua.com article regarding Iwi collective to be formed.
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena response (update 7) 11 October 2011: 7.30am This release includes the latest information available. Salvage operation Overnight, the Rena’s list has improved – moving from 11°, to
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Links to video, image & periodical news items from local and international sources.
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Tangatawhenua.com article outlining Kaimoana contimination.
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 39) 21 October 2011: 2.00pm The salvage team is continuing to pump oil from the cargo vessel Rena today, making slow but steady progress, Salvage
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Sunlive article detailing pumping progress.
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 97) 15 November 2011: 1.30pm Beach access restrictions between Tay Street and Maketū Spit will be lifted tomorrow morning, Maritime New Zealand (MNZ) says. This
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Joint information sheet from Maritime New Zealand, Tauranga City Council, Western Bay of Plenty District Council & Bay of Plenty Regional Council.
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<!--Section Begins--> Media advisory – Wildlife release programme 21 November 2011: 12.00pm Media are invited to the first release of cleaned little blue penguins from the oiled wildlife facility. Media
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 76) 5 November 2011: 10.30am Work on removing oil from the engine room of the cargo vessel Rena and onto the tanker Awanuia is progressing
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Article from International Frieghting Weekly giving an overview of the incident.
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