Fourteen people were saved in a "mass rescue" at Raglan over the weekend.
“It was a flash rip, people fell off the sandbar and it caused a mass rescue," Raglan Surf Life Saving Club patrol captain Mollie Abrams told Stuff.
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Calling all creatives in Kirikiriroa! Are you looking for cash to supercharge your next creative project?
Creative Communities Scheme funding is now open. If your project fosters participation, diversity, or youth engagement, you could be eligible for a financial hand. So get to it - applications close 5pm, Friday 25 February 2022.
If you’ve got any burning questions or want to chat about your creative project, give us a yell at 0508 427 892 or email@example.com.
Apply now at www.creativewaikato.co.nz/funding.
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