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A unique $3.5 million high performance sports centre is taking shape in Bethlehem with All Blacks' conditioning coach Dr Nick Gill set to take charge. Construction of the 2500m2 two storey Aspire Centre began in August and is expected to be completed...

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Increases in house prices in the Bay of Plenty are dropping off, according to the latest monthly QV Residential Price Movement Index. QV National spokesperson Andrea Rush says home values in Auckland, Christchurch and Tauranga are still increasing, but...

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Construction is recovering well in Tauranga City with consent numbers and values in August both showing two year highs. Priority One figures released today show 226 building consents were issued by Tauranga City Council last month – the highest...

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Have you got a good attitude? Are you willing to listen and learn? Then you could have a job tomorrow…a job with security through to at least 2020. Certified Building Association of NZ chief executive Grant Florence. The Bay of Plenty is screaming...

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Oropi School's cramped resource and meeting spaces are receiving a $450,000 solution, with the Ministry of Education announcing the school will receive a Special Property Grant. Announced this week, Oropi is one of 31 schools out of about 150 to...

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Tauranga MP Simon Bridges is welcoming Prime Minister John Key and Housing Minister Nick Smith's announcement to double government support for first home buyers. Tauranga MP Simon Bridges. Photo: file. “The package announced today will help...

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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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