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A Tauranga diver's criticism of the Ministry of Primary Industries' draft snapper management plan and the Ministry's consultation process has provoked a reply from the MPI's director of fisheries management Dave Turner. Tauranga...

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Innovative Bay businesses are one of the major reasons why the country's economy is growing healthily, says National MP Gerry Brownlee. With Bay of Plenty MP Todd Muller as his guide, Gerry visited several local companies who are at the forefront...

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The search for a new chief executive officer to lead Zespri will begin next year. A succession plan is currently being formulated by the kiwifruit marketer and the aim is to have the new chief executive in place by the beginning of 2018 to replace current...

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Tenants will begin to move into the five-storey building on the corner of Cameron Rd and Third Ave in November, says Manor Group chief executive Adam Yates. About 70 per cent of the space has been tenanted, says Adam on Stuff. The development has a major...

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Fonterra has announced today it has increased its 2016/17 forecast Farmgate Milk Price by 50 cents to $5.25 per kgMS.  Combined with the forecast earnings of 50 to 60 cents per share range for the 2017 financial year, the total payout available...

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Four Bay of Plenty import facilities may be affected by the Ministry of Primary Industries drive to close down transitional import facilities in order to further prevent unwanted pests and diseases entering the country. MPI is in the process of contacting...

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The Bay of Plenty is one of six regions where property prices hit a record high over August, according to figures released in the latest QV House Price Index. The average house price in Tauranga is $633,638, showing an increase of 28.5 percent since last...

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Small marine businesses hit hard by the global financial crisis are beginning to bounce back, according to a report by the Ministry of Transport. Small New Zealand maritime businesses employing up to 19 people and engaged in fishing, off-shore aquaculture,...

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Electric vehicle owners are gaining in numbers and begining to appear in groups at public events, after years of being treated like vegetarians at a barbecue,  About 20 electric vehicle owner/drivers turned up at Bayfair on Saturday as part of the...

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Tauranga humanitarian Chloe Wright has been announced as one of the finalists in NEXT magazine's Woman of the Year Awards. Chloe, who co-founded the Wright Family Foundation with husband Wayne, is one of five finalists in the Education category...

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