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Sunlive article
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 57) 27 October 2011: 6.30pm Salvors have now pumped as much oil as possible from the port number five fuel tank on the stranded vessel
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<!--Section Begins--> http://www.whaleoil.co.nz/2011/10/some-perspective-on-rena/ Some perspective on RENA by Whaleoil on October 13, 2011 There has been all manner of scare mongering about the oil spill of the MV RENA. It
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DOC details of a talk to be given in Fiordland by Te Anau vet Nigel Dougherty, a volunteer who assisted with birds affected by the Rena disaster.
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 115) 28 November 2011: 10.50am Good progress is being made on removing containers from the stricken ship Rena, Maritime New Zealand Salvage Unit Manager Kenny
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Information on what laws apply to the disaster from www.theshippinglawblog.com, a website aiming to provide a guide to the world of shipping and the law which governs it.
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<!--Section Begins--> Media advisory - oil found on beach 10 October 2011: 1.32pm Oil has now been found on the beach near Tay St. It is in individual clumps of
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<!--Section Begins--> [Tauranga Chamber of Commerce]  FINANCIAL SERVICES   ABACUS BUSINESS SERVICES Vicky White (Chartered Accountant) is offering her experience and 10 free hours of her time per consultation. You
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 82) 8 November 2011: 10.30am Salvors on the Rena are installing a third hot tap into the submerged number 5 starboard wing tank to raise
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena Maritime New Zealand Update 81   7 November 2011: 5.30pm Salvors are in the final stages of preparing to begin pumping heavy fuel oil from the submerged
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Information sheet 8 from the Tauranga Moana Iwi Response Rena Unit Panui.
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<!--Section Begins--> Forest & Bird Working for nature after oil spill Forest & Bird’s Seabird Conservation Advocate Karen Baird is used to seeing petrels and shearwaters skimming over the waves
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<!--Section Begins--> Renaupdate (update 26) 17 October 2011: 11.45am Fishermen, boaties and other vessel operators coming across containers at sea that have fallen from Rena are asked not to attempt
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<!--Section Begins--> The Port of Tauranga is Fully Operational Posted on 12th October 2011 There is speculation around the potential closure of the Port of Tauranga as a consequence of
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 74) 4 November 2011: 10.30am Clean-up operations around the Bay of Plenty are continuing, with volunteer efforts concentrating on Papamoa Beach today. A total of
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<!--Section Begins--> Master of grounded vessel charged   12 October 2011: 8.45am The Master of the vessel Rena has been arrested and charged by Maritime New Zealand (MNZ) under section
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 117) 29 November 2011: 10.30am More good progress has been made in removing containers from the stricken vessel Rena, with favourable weather likely to continue
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 83) 8 November 2011: 6.00pm More seawater is being pumped into the submerged number 5 starboard wing tank on the Rena to purge pockets of
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 119) 30 November 2011: 10.30am Salvors are making the most of good weather to remove more containers from the stricken ship Rena off the coast
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