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In reply, a S Gardner, Welcome Bay. ‘Come on Tauranga - Grow up already !' (The Weekend Sun, October 17).A rousing call, to be sure, but I must take issue with two comments in the letter. Firstly, the assumption only new residents would have...

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Re: ‘Come on Tauranga - Grow up already !' (The Weekend Sun, October 17).Visitors to Tauranga do not want the ‘excitement' of a new cathedral.There are plenty of old ones overseas. Museums are in nearly every city in New Zealand...

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Thank you for a terrific day at the cricket. I entered The Weekend Sun competition for tickets to Tauranga's second Black Caps versus Proteas match on October 24.I won two tickets which was terrific. I wasn't going to go as the tickets were...

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I'd like to correct a mistake in the Samsung curved television screen ad on TV with the gladiators. The ad shows a young male with his thumb up, then he points his thumb down, which means the gladiators can go forward into battle or combat.Well...

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I was concerned to read on Sunlive that objectors are trying to stop the Vaudeville Bar and Pizza Library Co from obtaining a liquor licence.Who are they, what is their agenda? Are they afraid of the success and competition from this very popular establishment?...

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The last saloon car race at Bathurst Australia this month was the worst in history. Why? Because there are far too many cars racing on that narrow two lane road! I can't understand why the organisers cannot see the answer, cut the race into two...

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Watching the four contenders for the Labour Party's leadership on TV One's ‘Q+A' programme on Sunday was a laugh.All four contenders – Andrew Little, Craig Robertson, David Parker and Nanaia Mahuta – had all the answers...

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Parliament now has more Maori MPs than ever before at 26, and 19 of those Maori MPs have been elected through the general electorates and on party lists, plus the seven allocated Maori seats. It's time Maori themselves dumped the allocated Maori...

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‘Damned with faint praise' is one of those sayings I recall. It could apply particularly to a couple of letters, which have appeared in The Weekend Sun's October 10 edition: ‘Council role cannot be a part-time one' and ‘Plumb...

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The results of six years of John Key-led Governments is a so called ‘Rock star' economy and we're on the right track and will continue along these lines. But on TV we're told of a nation-wide appeal to feed the hungry children...

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