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They say ‘no news is good news', but for the owners of Mount Maunganui bar Vaudeville, ‘no news' is similar to pulling teeth. For the past five months the Rata Street bar has been attempting to secure a liquor on-licence, but...

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Prospects of future international flights jetting into Tauranga have been met with a firm no, with airport officials citing financial and environmental implications following Rotorua's sudden decision to stop flights abroad. From April 25, 2015...

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Tauranga developer Peter Cooney wants to shake a developing misconception that special housing means cheap-looking housing. The Classic Builders director says there's a mistaken belief about special housing being low quality that must be shaken. Developer...

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Pink race cars, ballerinas and angels are taking to the streets of Tauranga as thousands of people take part in the annual charity HOT Pink Walk. Adorned in their array of pink outfits participants, on two legs or four, joined the annual walk from Masonic...

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The Western Bay of Plenty is once again set to benefit from Tauranga Energy Consumer Trust's (TECT) annual pay-out. During November, $28.4 million will be distributed to over 55,000 TECT Consumers.   TECT chair Bill Holland. Trustpower power...

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Tauranga City Council have rejected developer Bob Clarkson's request to have his Tauriko development declared a ‘Special Housing Area' under the affordable housing accord. “This town does not encourage entrepreneurs and visionaries...

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Nobody likes to be called a dragon – except when they are digging deep as part of a dragon boat racing team. As part of Play in the Bay's ‘Outdoors October' sports promotion Tauranga dragon boating club Bay Dragons' women...

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With the Bay Oval hosting the BlackCaps against South Africa next week and the White Ferns New Zealand women playing England here early next year, Tauranga is firmly establishing itself as an international cricket and major sporting event destination. The...

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Incredible, huge, amazing, the best ever – these are the words being used to describe the Tauranga Police CIB Luncheon which raised more than $400,000. Around 1500 people filled the ASB Arena yesterday to place their bid in the last ever CIB Luncheon...

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John Key has moved to reassure concerned travellers about the cost of regional airfares in New Zealand. Speaking during a visit to Tauranga yesterday, the Prime Minister revealed he had chewed the ear of the national carrier over high prices. “Yes,...

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