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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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A new application developed by the Bay of Plenty Regional Council and GNS Science gives people instant access to information on Bay of Plenty groundwater systems and geology. All people have to do is enter a street address or map co-ordinates on their...

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Sanford's Tauranga fleet is today leading the way with the introduction of a Maritime New Zealand operating system designed to improve operator and vessel safety. The in-shore fishing operation branch entered into the new MOSS - Maritime Operator...

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Western Bay of Plenty rates are going up an average of 4.96 percent allowing for the collection of $54.78million in district rates in the 2014-15 year. This equates to an average increase of 4.46 percent for ratepayers, depending on the services they...

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A national titanium technology grouping, based at the University of Waikato, has won a major award at the second annual KiwiNet Research Commercialisation Awards. Titanium Technologies New Zealand is the winner the AJ Park Commercialisation Collaboration...

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Tauranga-based Trustpower is expanding into the Australian market buying five New South Wales state-owned renewable energy generators for $A72.2 million. Trustpower is buying Hume hydro power station on the Murray River, the Burrinjuck hydro power station...

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A confidential $1.34 million city council computer deal has surfaced in the committee records months after the event. Council agreed on October 7 last year to spend the unbudgeted amount, but it remained in confidential until appearing in Finance and...

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Tauranga resident and Race Relations Commissioner Dame Susan Devoy is one of the top 50 most trusted people in New Zealand. The Readers Digest Most Trusted people list came out today, with the former squash champion in the number 48 spot. Mahe Drysdale...

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From next month Tauranga residents will be part of the next step in the changing ultrafast broadband landscape with one local fibre company preparing to usher in faster downloading speeds with the ‘Giganet'. Ultrafast Fibre announced this...

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Tauranga City Council is being asked to consider taking a further step into the digital age by advocating the need for a city and region-wide digital strategy. At this week's Community Development Committee the Venture Centre along with Tauranga...

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