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A Papamoa mother is mounting a campaign to get Bay Hopper buses to reduce their speeds around the suburb's streets and nearby school. Each morning Sam Norton walks her children Lucas and Phoebe along Dickson Road to Papamoa Primary School. Papamoa...

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An international academic group will hold its first public meeting for Tauranga's newest private school, as extensive excavation works make swift progress. Academic Colleges Group will speak directly to interested parents tomorrow (April 9) about...

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The March level of building consents issued by Tauranga City Council remains encouraging, according to recently-released Priority One figures. March's total number of building consents issued is 176, slightly behind February's 182 but well...

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Tauranga sporting organisations are seeking prioritisation and consultation when it comes to their right to book events on Tauranga City Council land. TCC's City Vision Committee yesterday heard from six sporting code representatives who aired concerns...

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Tauranga City Mayor Stuart Crosby will lead a delegation to sister cities in China and Japan early next month. The 12-day trip to Yantai in China and Hitachi in Japan includes a visit to South Korea to investigate the potential for future relationship...

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Trustpower is one step closer to relocating its business into the city CBD unveiling plans for its new head office in Durham Street. On Friday Trustpower and developers signed the contracts for the development of the new building planned to house up to...

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Ballance Agri-Nutrients chief executive Larry Bilodeau will be ending 17 years with the co-operative at the end of September when he retires. Under Larry's leadership Ballance evolved from a fertiliser business to a co-operative covering the full...

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Labour MP Su'a William Sio believes Tauranga's housing unaffordability will continue to rise unless the Government can implement a “regional” model opposed to a broad-brushed Auckland approach. The Labour spokesperson for Local...

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A law change threatening to cost Tauranga ratepayers an additional $17.5 million and stall the city's development for a couple of years, is being fought by Tauranga City Council.   Mayor Stuart Crosby will be presenting the council's...

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Visitors to Papamoa Hills Regional Cultural Park are being asked to take extra care during the next six weeks as a forestry block on the property is harvested. BOPRC land management manager for western region, Robyn Skelton, says the harvesting won't...

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