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23 May 2022 8:11
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  •   Home > News > Accident and Emergency

    A Northland scuba diving company's hoping to be back out on the water by the end of the week

    A Northland scuba diving company's hoping to be back out on the water by the end of the week


    Tsunami surges - paired with big seas from Cyclone Cody swept up about 60 boats - causing millions of dollars' of damage at Tutukaka Marina on Saturday.

    Dive Tutukaka director, Jeroen Jongejans says the marina will be operational in a couple of days.

    He says his boats are in a sheltered spot - but their propellers and rudders need to checks and tests.

    Jongejans says divers will check the marina bottom is clear and a sunken boat near his boats, needs to be removed.

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    Motorsports:
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    International:
    Top women's seeds Ons Jabeur, Garbine Muguruza tumble in day one upsets at Roland Garros 8:00

    Tennis:
    Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz has cruised into the second round in straight sets on the opening day of the French Tennis Open in Paris 8:00

    Auckland:
    A fire investigator is on the way to the scene of a building fire in Auckland's Royal Oak 7:50

    Law and Order:
    Police are looking for two people allegedly responsible for a stabbing in central Christchurch. 7:40

    Law and Order:
    Fears rise for 2,500 Ukrainian POWs from steel plant that Russia labelled neo-Nazis 7:30

    Business:
    Direct flights between Queenstown and Australia are set to resume today 7:30

    Soccer:
    Manchester City are Premier League football champions on the final day of the season 7:20

    International:
    Lice Movono's fertility issues set 'tongues wagging' — so just how difficult is it for Pacific Island women who want to have children? 7:10


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