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A vision to develop Tauranga into a leading technology centre is gaining rapid momentum with strong interest from technology start-ups wanting to join the incubator being launched soon. The Wharf42 Plug and Play Technology Incubator being set up by Tauranga's...

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A service working behind the scenes helping hundreds of new residents find their way in a country where they may not speak the language is about to disappear, and be replaced by a $91 million computer programme. Immigration New Zealand's Tauranga...

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Tauranga restaurant owner and AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd is appealing an Employment Relations Authority ruling for him to pay more than $72,000 to three former staff unjustifiably fired from Phil's Place. In a decision released last month, the Employment...

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The average house price in Tauranga increased by $41,000 in March, according to the latest figures from the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand. In March 2013, the average house price in Tauranga sat around $347,000 but that figure jumped to $388,000...

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The University of Waikato recorded a $9.4 million surplus in 2013 and has retained its status as a low-risk institution, the Tauranga business community was told at stakeholder breakfast. Vice-Chancellor Professor Roy Crawford spoke to around 50 business...

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Employers from Avonmore Tertiary Institute and GPS Control Systems in Tauranga have been recognised in the Territorial Force Employer Support Council - Employer of the Year Awards. The awards, which recognise employers committed to supporting Reserve...

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The first Europe-bound shipment of Hayward green kiwifruit for the 2014 season is on its way, having departed the Port of Tauranga early this morning aboard the Atlantic Acanthus reefer ship. The shipment follows closely on those destined for Japan, with...

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A new innovation centre will be built at Scion's Te Papa Tipu Innovation Park after BOP Regional Council signed an agreement with the Crown research institute. The centre's purpose is to foster innovation in forestry and wood processing industries...

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As Tauranga's cruise season winds down, after setting a new record for tourist numbers, the focus is already on continuing to attract more visitors to the region next season. Tourism Bay of Plenty general manager Rhys Arrowsmith. Tourism Bay of...

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A Mount Maunganui fuel terminal is to be upgraded in coming months to gain ability to blend biodiesel with mineral fuel, which Z plans to offer to commercial customers about April 2015. An artist's impression of Z Energy's $21 million domestic...

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