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A woman and four children missing since Tuesday in Te Urewera have been found safe and well. Eastern Bay of Plenty Area Commander Inspector Kevin Taylor said search teams had been combing the Otamatuna Ridge / Lions Hut area for the group since they were reported missing about 4pm on Wednesday. “We are hugely relieved that the group have been found safe, and that we are able to return them to their family. We also acknowledge the...

The mother of one of the children lost in Te Urewera National Park for two nights said she is very relieved her son has been found. Te Wairemana Herewini, from Auckland, spoke toONE News after her son was found. "I was stressing from the day that we found out and I was in denial to go down to face it, I'm just so happy they've found him," she told ONE News. A woman and four children were found safe and well this afternoon...

Search and rescue teams are continuing to comb a section of Te Urewera National Park to find a woman and four children reported missing about 4pm yesterday. The children are aged from 4-9, with the group believed to have been visiting the area. Police launched a search and rescue operation after the group were reported overdue yesterday from a walk in the Otamatuna Ridge area, North East of Murapara. They had been dropped off just after one...

Tūhoe and a group of scientists are to reach back through the mists of time to establish whether dinosaurs roamed Te...

Patu o Aotearoa - a family and community-based health and fitness programme - is now raising heartbeats in...

Water features will ensure Waikaremoana Tribal Authority's new visitor centre is in keeping with its rainforest...

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