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The Brexit decision and subsequent exchange rate fluctuations has paid off for the Tauranga City Council in its purchase of the 350 tonne vessel hoist for the Tauranga Marine Precinct. A Cimolai travel lift Signing the deal to buy the major piece of infrastructure...

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An acrimonious sibling dispute over a million dollar waterfront property has led to a High Court judgement overturning their late father's will. It's becoming increasingly common for courts to overturn wills, says one top lawyer. The Grace...

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One person was reported as missing when firefighters were called to a fire at the Tauranga Hospital secure mental unit Te Whare Maiangiangi in 20th Avenue last night.   Firefighters were called to a burning chair last night. Picture: Supplied. “We...

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New Zealand First MP Clayton Mitchell claims Tauranga's housing crisis has led to someone committing suicide. Clayton contacted SunLive to say he received a call from a constituent claiming to be a close friend of someone who recently committed...

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A Matakana Island landowner has questioned the right of Maori protestors to make threats of arson against land developers. Earlier this week on Maori Television Nessie Kuka said “We're pretty resolute in what we say here. You're not...

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An action group against the Government's proposal to sell off state houses in Tauranga are planning a public protest on Saturday. Tauranga Social Housing Action Network spokesperson Vanessa Kururangi says there are some serious questions arising...

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House prices in Tauranga South are so hot right now they'd melt the iceberg that sunk the Titanic. Valuation and data service Myvalocity's latest property trend report shows Tauranga South is the hottest suburb in town with house prices experiencing...

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Government has announced a new $1 billion housing infrastructure fund to help councils like Tauranga accelerate the supply of new housing says Finance Minister Bill English. The contestable fund will be open to applications from councils in the highest...

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The average asking price of a typical Bay of Plenty property has risen $101,250 in the past 12 months to land at $533,600 in May and surpassing Auckland's lift of $95,100, according to the latest Trade Me Property Price Index. Head of Trade Me Property...

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The regeneration of Tauranga's central business district continues to gather momentum – with the new six storey commercial and retail complex, on the corner of Cameron Road and Third Avenue now taking shape. Construction work is up to the...

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