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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 shared services association which has saved Bay of Plenty ratepayers hundreds of thousands of dollars through bulk-buying has peaked, says Tauranga Mayor Stuart Crosby. Photo: file. Stuart says council-controlled organisation Bay of Plenty Local Authority...

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Tauranga City councillor Clayton Mitchell believes he can be a councillor and a member of parliament and says he will give up his councillor's salary if elected. Clayton is responding to claims from Prime Minister John Key he would be unable to...

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Recent stormy weather has left Waihi Beach-goers taking a big step off the beach's access stairways to the sand, with level of the shoreline dropping dramatically this month. At least three wooden structure stairways to the beach now don't...

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The Government is running out of time to decide on whether its own submission, worth $10.4 million, will be made on the resource consent application to leave the Rena wreck on Astrolabe Reef. The Bay of Plenty Regional Council's 40-day submission...

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A bid to make Tauranga a training centre of choice for national and international athletes has been approved by the Tauranga City Council. The council-owned organisation Bay Venues Ltd has been given approval to spend $95,000 exploring transforming the...

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TECT is being applauded for its decision to provide $15million funding for a purpose-built tertiary campus in downtown Tauranga. The campus, to be built in Durham St on land gifted by the Tauranga City Council, will be jointly-funded by the Bay of Plenty...

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The prospect of a new, purpose-built shared tertiary campus is one step closer with TECT funding $15million to expand tertiary education in Tauranga. The funding joins $15m of funding from the Bay of Plenty Regional Council through its Regional Infrastructure...

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Tauranga City Council has put a proposed two hour free parking plan for the city on hold while it investigates the best option going forward. Council yesterday voted against Tauranga Mainstreet's call for a three month free parking trial starting...

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Free parking may go ahead in the central Tauranga city but not until a full council report has been finalised to weigh up the best option. Tauranga City Councillors today approved looking at a free parking trial for the CBD but rejected a proposal from...

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