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The decision to sell the home that's been in her family for 70 years was heart-breaking for Cheryl McLeay. Cheryl McLeay outside the 14th Ave home she's put up for sale. Her family's three-bedroom house at the end of a 14th Ave cul-de-sac...

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Housing Accords to help Tauranga City and Western Bay of Plenty create more housing, including affordable housing, have been signed today. Signed by Housing Minister Nick Smith and the region's two mayors this afternoon, the Accords will free up...

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Aucklanders getting more bang for their buck in Tauranga's property market has helped the city's residential values rise. Quotable Value's latest quarterly figures show Tauranga's property values have slightly increased by 1.6...

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Building consent figures in Tauranga for July 2014 are the highest they have been since before the global financial crisis struck in 2007. According to figures from Priority One a total of $54.5m worth of building consents were approved in July –...

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Two weeks on the road talking with Western Bay residents has been a great experience learning about what council can do to make the district an even better place, says Western Bay Mayor Ross Paterson. Western Bay of Plenty District Council councillors...

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A total of four Tauranga homes have won top prizes in this year's Bay of Plenty/Central Plateau Registered Master Builders 2014 House of the Year competition. Tauranga MP Simon Bridges presenting the Outdoor Living Award to Paul Riordan from Riordan...

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Organisers of a city nightshelter set to accommodate up to 20 homeless people in Tauranga are preparing to open the doors in coming weeks. Tauranga Moana Nightshelter Trust secretary Mike Mills is looking forward to opening the doors of city nightshelter...

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A $46 million Freedom Village in Papamoa is officially open, with Prime Minister John Key endorsing the affordable lifestyle as a way of the future. In front of about 100 people the Prime Minister opened the 6.5 hectare village consisting of up to 160...

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A new video promoting Te Puke's town centre is the latest tool the town is using to show it is ready for the Tauranga Eastern Link to open next year. Created by Te Puke Economic Development Group, the video – which is on YouTube as part of...

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Visions of developing a state of the art Merivale Community Centre are one step closer with vital funding for a feasibility study secured. The Merivale Community Inc. hopes to one day amalgamate the two properties at 417 Fraser Street and 10 Kesteven...

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Camellia flower. By Rebecca Parkes, 8, from Matua School.
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