Orange warnings for heavy rain are in place for parts of the Bay of Plenty, Westland and Fiordland.
Street Kai says the most common request from those who spend long, cold nights on the street is access to hot water.
Police are appealing for any footage of the incident.
Malachi Kurei takes regular Red Bands and transforms them into MokoBandz - gumboots featuring a hand drawn Māori design.
The NZ First leader said neither he or his party will be running.
The 24-year-old designer is putting the quiet Bay of Plenty town on the map with high end clothing and fragrances.
Senior Sergeant Nick Lewer says the area around Bayfair Shopping Centre has become a gathering point for young people, leading to an increase in "incidents."
A neighbour told 1News about 10 cars had arrived at the property on Saturday night and around 30 people piled out.
Twenty planned developments will help generate 40,000 more jobs by 2050 and build 2000 high density homes in the CBD by the end of the decade.
President Che Wilson says it is a safety issue due to the threat of white supremacists in Tauranga.
James Tomlin received a warning letter from Tauranga City Council for using the notorious bus lane on Links Avenue despite being very far away.
The crash happened near Benner Road at around 2.40pm on Saturday.
Stacey Te Pohue Rose, 22, says he has hit rock bottom over the comments.
Police are investigating after the body was found in the water at Pilot Bay beach on Friday morning.
Mount Maunganui residents are not pleased by the trial on Links Avenue.
It was one of 13 organisations and individuals charged with failing in their duty to ensure the safety of tourists on Whakaari/White Island.
"Let's not have a Trevor Mallard diversion and lose the plot," he said when asked about the Tauranga seat.
The by-election will be held on June 18 and was triggered by Simon Bridges' retirement from politics.
A man had failed to return home from a fishing trip in Tōrere, in Ōpōtiki, on Sunday, April 17.
Rotorua's mayor Steve Chadwick says the council's decision to pause the Māori Affairs select committee process is a "sensible one".