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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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Tauranga City will soon have the power to recommend special housing areas to the Government after being identified as a priority city for the development of a Housing Accord. Tauranga City Council is currently working with the Ministry of Business,...

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A former Otumoetai Primary School pupil will continue fighting to keep a 116-year-old classroom she was once taught in on school grounds after it was decided the building would move to Historic Village. Tauranga City Council yesterday confirmed the classroom...

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Plans are underway to create a Sports Centre of Excellence at the former Cosmopolitan Club building at Blake Park in Mount Maunganui. Council controlled organisation, Bay Venues Ltd, is seeking council approval to allow five months to complete a feasibility...

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Visions of a four-lane highway between Hamilton and Tauranga are not being discarded with Tauranga City leaders admitting the initiative linking the Golden Triangle would be welcomed. Hamilton East MP David Bennett this week spoke out saying the highway...

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The Bay of Plenty is one of four regions experience a lull in the number of new homes being listed for sale. According to Realestate.co.nz, the BOP, along with the Central North Island, Gisborne, and Central Lakes recorded their lowest number of monthly...

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Four children and a baby living in Homes of Hope accommodation are in need of a temporary home while their current sanctuary undergoes charitable renovation. Homes of Hope CEO Hilary Price is urgently appealing to the Tauranga community to host the children,...

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Early morning near Maungatapu. By Dementi Raj.
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