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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 31) 18 October 2011: 7.20pm Salvage efforts on board Rena are now entering a critical phase, as unfavourable weather conditions over the next 24 hours
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 96) 15 November 2011: 11.30am Birds affected by the Rena grounding will not be released from Te Maunga Wildlife Centre until their habitats are cleaned
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<!--Section Begins--> Oil recovery teams on the water (update 2) 09 October 2011: 11.30am Two vessels are carrying out on-water recovery operations in the vicinity of the Rena today, while
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 75) 4 November 2011: 6.00pm Salvage teams on board the cargo vessel Rena are making good progress, and have resumed pumping of oil off the
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<!--Section Begins--> [Department of Conservation] Rena oil spill Contact phone numbers: To volunteer call 0800 645 774 To report oiled wildlife 0800 333 771 ALL media enquiries 0800 774 554(0800
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Sunlive article detailing Tauranga Chamber of Commerce calls for businesses to explain how the disaster is costing them.
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<!--Section Begins--> Wildlife spill rescue one of quickest – experts Maritime NZ, Fuseworks October 27, 2011, 1:48 pm The wildlife response to the Rena oil spill has been praised as
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Joint public message from Maritime New Zealand, Tauranga City Council, Bay of Plenty Regional Council and Western Bay of Plenty District Council.
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Question-and-Answer session with represesntatives from Environmental cleanup specialists Braemar Howells, Maritime New Zealand, Bay of Plenty Regional Council, Port of Tauranga.
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena response (update 6) 10 October 2011: 9.00pm This release includes the latest information available. Public Health Warning: Oil has now been found on beaches from Mount Maunganui
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<!--Section Begins--> [Department of Conservation] Wildlife response teams and community working together to minimise oil spill impact Contact: Media seeking further information should contact the Maritime New Zealand response hotline
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena response (update 9) 11 October 2011: 7.00pm This release includes the latest information available. Salvage operation The Rena’s list has worsened to about 18° to starboard. This is
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Bay of Plenty Times advertisement calling for Letters To The Editor.
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<!--Section Begins-->   Media Advisory: Tauranga boat ramps open   All Tauranga City boat ramps are being reopened this afternoon. Boat users are advised to proceed with caution and at
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Bay of Plenty Times article outlining owner liability.
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 94) 14 November 2011: 10.30am The crane barge Sea Tow 60 (ST60) is on its way to take up posit ion at the stern of
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 49) 24 October 2011: 6.00pm Nearly a third of the oil on board the grounded Rena at Tauranga has now been pumped off the ship,
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<!--Section Begins--> Rena update (update 90) 12 November 2011: 10.30am Clean-up operations around the Bay of Plenty are continuing today, with oil spill responders heartened by the progress being made
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