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Papamoa resident and former Mount Mainstreet manager Leanne Brown is the first to announce her candidacy for Clayton Mitchell's vacant city council seat. Nominations don't open until November 22, but Leanne says she's announcing early...

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Bob Clarkson's hopes of a quick decision over developing 40 hectares of his land at Tauriko were dashed at a SmartGrowth workshop this week. A recent Tauranga City Council decision to fast-track Bob's Tauriko development proposal forced an...

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A bottle store owner's dreams of strengthening his off-licence chain have been dashed after his application for a shop in the heart of Mount Maunganui was declined. Go Liquor Limited managing director Inderpreet Singh's intention was to open...

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An increase in the number of apartment sales has prompted a Tauranga law firm to urge people to do their homework. The advice comes from Lyon O'Neale Arnold director Mike O'Neale, as many Mount Maunganui multi-rise properties...

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Bethlehem's off-licence landscape is to remain unchanged after a proposed new bottle store had its liquor license application rejected. Nine Orchids Ltd applied for the licence to open a ‘Super Liquor Bethlehem' in the former Video Ezy...

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The cancellation of international flights in and out of Rotorua Airport is being lauded as a positive move in removing one more biosecurity risk pathway into New Zealand, according to Kiwifruit Vine Health. From April 25, 2015 Rotorua International Airport...

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Tauranga's jam packed summer of cricket is being given another international boost with fans set to catch a glimpse of the ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy next month. Hot on the heels of the Blackcaps first ever international match at Mount Maunganui's...

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Greerton's new library could become an environmentally sustainable single storey library or with possibly a mezzanine, with a floor area of 900m2 if approved concept plans are to go by. Tauranga City Council's City Vision Committee last week...

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Good morning Sunners and welcome to Labour Day. Falling on a Monday the annual public holiday means schools, government offices, and many businesses are closed with Kiwis making the most of the extended break in what signals that summer is fast approaching. The...

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For the first time in 14 years a photograph has won the supreme award of $500. More than 350 exhibits in five categories were displayed at ARTWaikino in the Victoria Hall on Friday night, and the judges all agreed the work was of a “high standard...

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