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The $70 million call to demolish and rebuild Tauranga city centre is expected to be made today. Using the treasury's programme, a business case decision making toolbox which lays out the options costs and benefits of the various ways of dealing...

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The latest monthly QV House Price Index shows home values in Tauranga are still showing a strong upward trend. QV House Price Index show Tauranga home values have risen 4.9 per cent over the past three months and 23.1 per cent year on year. The average...

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Groups behind projects that reduce, reuse or recycle can now apply for a financial boost. The annual $50,000 fund is administered by the Regional Council and any group with a project that that promotes and progresses the Regional Waste and Resource...

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Prepare for a savage night of electronic and dance music on Friday night in Mount Maunganui. Jacman & Savage entertainment presents Savage and a handful of the finest Kiwi DJs and artists with P Money, Dan Aux, Jupiter Project and Prestige Hustlar who...

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Regular blood testing is a normal part of life for three-year-old Charlie Ryall. This brave pre-schooler was literally born with only half a heart, the left side of his heart was underdeveloped and unable to pump enough blood to the body. The Ryall family...

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A Whangamata star dart player has had a busy week competing in Australia and bagging a number of wins. Judy Fenton and the rest of the New Zealand darts team jetted off to Dubbo in New South Wales to compete in the DPA ALH Australasian Championships....

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It's the first day of winter and a day in every landowner's diary – Gypsy Day. The day is traditionally the first day of the new dairy season when sharemilkers load their cows into stock trucks or herd stock on roads and move equipment...

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Winter has made its presence known with temperatures dropping to around 5C early this morning. Some places in New Zealand got down to -6C around 4am, says the MetService. Icy temperatures gripped the country early this morning. The good news is it's...

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Motorists travelling around the Bay of Plenty are being advised to expect delays as works continue on the region's highways. Transport Agency contractors are out in force at the moment, working to make the highways safer and progress major projects...

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The average asking price for a New Zealand house hit an all-time high with stock at an all-time low for May 2016, in a market which is heavily favouring sellers. Real-time market statistics released by Realestate.co.nz show the May national average asking...

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