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His bakery wall in Tauranga is lined with 56 awards for outstanding pies, having consistently beaten out the competition.   It's fair to say, Bethlehem's Patrick Lam, a five-time Bakels Supreme Pie Award winner,...

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It's a great day for education, says Otumoetai College principal Dave Randell. Today the Supreme Court announced it has upheld the Ministry of Education's case against Carter Holt Harvey over the leaky school buildings saga. Otumoetai College...

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Sick and tired of morning and afternoon traffic jams? The fluctuating price of petrol got your head in a spin? The daily battle of finding parking got you screaming madly like a crazy person? Well there is a simple solution – get on your bike mate....

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Ballance Agri-Nutrients won't be paying shareholders a dividend but is distributing a total of $30 million to farmers this week, returning 87 per cent of its 2015/16 $35 million gross trading result to shareholders. On July 29, Ballance will begin...

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Tourist spending in the Bay of Plenty was an estimated $1.6 billion for the year to June 2016, according to new data from the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment. Figures from the latest MBIE's Monthly Regional Tourism Estimates released...

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Western Bay of Plenty Kiwifruit Management company DMS' early commitment to Zespri Gold kiwifruit is paying off with record profit and the announcement of a $12.5 million investment in plant. Shareholders learned the company's financial results...

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Trustpower have lost a Supreme Court appeal against the Inland Revenue Department which could see them paying millions of dollars in tax. The court found in favour of the Inland Revenue Department's appeal on whether Trustpower which spent $17.7...

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Bethlehem baker Pat Lam is going to be working 18 hour days for the next month or so following his sixth supreme pie award win at the Bakels Supreme Pie Awards last night, with his bacon and egg pie. Pat Lam has won the supreme pie award for the sixth...

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The Navel orange harvest is well underway in Gisborne and Kiwis will soon have access to high quality vitamin-rich, fresh and locally grown citrus, says New Zealand Citrus Growers Inc. orange and tangelo product group chairman Wayne Hall. “New Zealand...

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Modern working practices have taken different directions in two new Tauranga buildings, as the city's central business district gets a makeover. The first is a new six storey commercial and retail complex one the corner of Cameron Rd and...

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