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Debris a danger to cyclists
Jenny Corkill loved biking to work but stopped because she was sick of having to fork out money after continually running over broken glass.

The Tauranga woman cycled to work for 12 years until last year when the cost of regularly replacing tyres and inner tubes torn by broken bottles became too much.
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Party pills users gamble with brain and body harm
If you take a party pill you should brace yourself for a cocktail of dangerous and debilitating side effects that may cause permanent harm.
The ingredients in the pills _ eight million of which have been sold since they became legal to sell to over-18s in 2000 _ can cause serious toxicity in your body even at recommended doses, according to the National Poison Centre (NPC).
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Drug dealers have been accused
Drug dealers have been accused of ripping down six billboards promoting strong anti-P messages in Tauranga.
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Dave's a happy driver with no-queue
Ecstatic. That's how Bay Hopper driver Dave Thomson's feels about news he will soon be able to drive Hewletts Road uninterrupted.

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