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Friday, October 03, 2014

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Members of a local playcentre looking to relocate have welcomed Tauranga City Council's decision to lease a potential future site to Zespri NZ. The temporary office space in Miro Street has been leased to the kiwifruit marketers for the next two...

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An application to build a four storey retirement home on vacant land on the intersection of Norris Street and 1oth Avenue will be heard today by Tauranga City Council. Metlifecare's application for the site will go to a hearing, with the four and...

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Mount Maunganui's ailing Norfolk pines were poisoned by spray used by Tauranga City Council to control prickleweed, it was announced today. The discovery was made by independent arborist Paul Kenny, who credits the discovery to the council's...

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Tauranga City Council is holding a press conference this morning where staff are expected to reveal the cause behind the death of Mount Maunganui's iconic Norfolk Pines. It is understood the council's own spraying programme is responsible. Council...

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Tauranga City Council has approved Zespri NZ's application to build temporary office accommodation on parkland in Miro Street, Mount Maunganui. The decision was made in council yesterday, after councillors discussed the 52 public submissions received...

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Developers are eying a vacant site in Waihi Road, Judea to be the first area considered under Tauranga City's Special Housing Accord. PMP Developments, in conjunction with Classic Builders, have approached Tauranga City Council with the proposal...

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Omanu Beach Surf Club is ramping up for the silly season, with consultation underway for a new vehicle access-way. The club's current ramp is in continual need of repair and limits the effectiveness of lifeguards on patrol, says Omanu Beach Surf...

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Zespri's plans to place temporary office space on Mount Maunganui parkland could be given the green light despite more than 50 submissions opposing the application. This afternoon Tauranga City councillors will discuss the proposal to lease the...

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Motorists travelling along Totara Street are being advised to expect traffic delays for up to two months as work begins on a $14million stormwater upgrade to the Mount industrial area. Totara Street works at the intersection of Maui Street. From Thursday...

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Roadworks aimed at reducing speed and the number of accidents at a Greerton intersection are nothing more than a waste of taxpayer money, says one angered resident. Mansels Road resident Mike O'Brien with the recently installed traffic island and...

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