Rena Disaster

Rena Disaster

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(by Whare Akuhata) Motiti tribe Te Patuwai are preparing for the battle of their lives. They are one of several groups who have objected to...

The Maketu Iwi Rena Committee are keen to have a hui with all Maori divers to hear their views on the Rena wreck. At...

Iwi from across the Bay of Plenty have come together to be a part of the recovery process and ensure that there is national...

(AAP) The stern section of the cargo ship Rena is 97 per cent under water and the salvage is on hold as heavy seas...

Heavy swells hitting the wreck of the cargo ship Rena have resulted in further containers being released from a hold in the bow section,...

Debris and oil is floating from the mess of the sinking Rena as it slips off the Astrolabe reef. Maritime New Zealand (MNZ) announced this...

Bay of Plenty Regional Council advises boaties to stay off the water due to the large amount of debris and containers in the coastal...

Severe weather overnight has separated the MV Rena into two pieces, which are now about 20-30m apart on the Astrolabe Reef, Maritime New Zealand...

The Rena has split in two, with the pieces pushed 30 metres apart by the wild weather overnight. Maritime New Zealand spokesman Ross Henderson said...

The Tauranga Moana Iwi Response Unit was especially set up by Iwi of Tauranga in response to the disaster and to help protect our...