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A 3d perspective of the $10 million development coming to the recently cleared lots on the corner of Willow and Harington Streets has been released. The three storey office block incorporating a ground floor café is already 40 per cent leased,...

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Labour's housing spokesperson Phil Twyford is calling on the Government to declare a state of emergency over the nation's homelessness crisis.  “There are 42,000 people homeless and living in severe housing stress. It's time...

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Wellington is doing it – Tauranga should be doing it too. Dr Liza Schneider of Holistic Vets is talking about compulsory microchipping of cats. “It's not a magic bullet but it's the first big step in helping us define what is an...

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It was an appeal straight from the heart. “I am here to ask you kindly for your support…” That was little Natalia Jourdain of Room 6 at Pyes Pa Primary School pitching her ‘Hand on Heart' project to the school assembly. “Because...

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It's a curiosity if not a contradiction. A teenager with chronic fatigue syndrome winning a major award for tireless work and a selfless commitment and contribution to her school and community. Micaela Fleming, ignoring fatigue. Photo: Supplied. “I...

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A project aiming to develop a Front Counter Safety Model for police stations around the country has now been completed. The new model features security requirements for public entrances and exits, CCTV monitoring, counter design, barriers, alarms, access...

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Audit New Zealand is demanding Tauranga City Council take urgent action over a host of security issues with its computer network. The audit received by the Finance and Risk Committee notes computer security issues and points to the lack of a number of...

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The future is here – and it's brought pizza. Domino's Pizza has announced its joined forces with unmanned aerial vehicle leader Flirtey to launch the first commercial drone delivery service in the world right her in little ol'...

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This is it, the final opportunity for Tauranga City United vs Hamilton Wanderers at Links Ave today at 2.45pm. Both teams facing relegation, both teams desperate for the win, to remain in the Northern Premier League next season. Tauranga City United's...

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Seven students from Tauranga Special School are participating in a team relay for the Hawaiian Airlines Mount Maunganui Half Marathon this Saturday. And the children are beyond excited, says Tauranga Special School's teacher in charge of fundraising...

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