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Building consent values in Tauranga City have reached record heights, with more than $170million issued in the first four months of 2015. Priority One figures show building consents issued by both Tauranga City Council and Western Bay of Plenty District...

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Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei has suggested that selling off Tauranga's state housing stock is the “worst possible news” for vulnerable residents. The government announced this week that Tauranga and Invercargill state houses are...

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The very best in today's home building, renovating and the home-buyer's market is on offer at this weekend's Tauranga Home Show in an event homeowners won't want to miss. More than 200 exhibitors will be under one roof from Friday...

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A Merivale man's challenge to city council regarding the stringing of broadband cables from powerlines has gone unanswered at the Long Term Plan hearing. Bill Richardson received no answer to his question as to why broadband cables in Merivale are...

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Te Puke residents fed up with irrelevant or unnecessary barriers in the property and housing sector will be handed the chance to offload their concerns to MP Todd McClay next week. The Rotorua MP will host a Rules Reduction Taskforce community meeting...

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Tauranga is to become one of only two regions in New Zealand where state houses will be transferred to registered Community Housing Providers (CHPs). Invercargill is the other region, as revealed by Housing New Zealand Minister Bill English and Social...

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The Bay of Plenty will soon be home to New Zealand's most sustainable and energy efficient house. Tauranga company The Belvedere Group is the first in the country to achieve 10 out of 10 in the Homestar ratings guide for their flagship showhome...

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Construction on the new $10million commercial development complex on the corner of 12th Avenue and Cameron Road is nearing completion. It is scheduled to open in August, with Westpac Bank taking the head lease within the ground floor. Construction is...

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Property Council Bay of Plenty have insisted that economic growth and investment must be at the forefront of plans for Tauranga, and the catalyst is increased private investment in the CBD and the waterfront. Their vision was submitted on Tauranga City...

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Stalled construction of a Mount Maunganui house could be about to resume after fed-up neighbours petitioned the city council to do something about it. Residents living close to the Rita Street house lodged the petition in January. And while the council...

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