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Claims a new bill will see the end of smoko breaks are being refuted by the Government. Labour MP Andrew Little claims the Employment Relations Amendment Bill is “mean-spirited and unfair”. Prime Minister John Key during a visit to the Bay....

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Plans for Katikati College to develope a horticulture-based primary industries academy are beginning to take seed in what community stakeholders view as a vital stepping stone into the industry. SunLive can reveal the school is currently investigating...

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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 City Council broke ranks with its SmartGrowth partners this week, directing staff to look at ways of fast-tracking development land decisions outside the partnership and report back by November 20. But the 7-3 vote in favour of looking at accelerating...

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Deputy mayor Kelvin Clout is heading off the critics by fast-tracking an investigation into making development land available in Tauriko. Kelvin led the charge this week after moving the recommendation that potentially sets the city council against its...

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Scaremongering by kiwifruit industry leaders is one of the chief reasons the Psa compensation claim against the government is on hold until next month. That's the view of Matthew Hooton, spokesperson for the Kiwifruit Claim, who says the group is...

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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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While the Blackcaps and South Africa exert themselves at the Bay Oval, it is a small Tauranga internet provider who's working just as hard to help broadcast the action across the globe. Tauranga internet service provider Enternet Online Ltd (EOL)...

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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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Nurses from around the country are in Tauranga for a national conference described as “chicken soup for the emergency department soul”. The 23rd Annual Conference of the College of Emergency Nurses is taking place at Trinity Warf Hotel today...

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