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Property News: 25 March 2019

Market's future to be decided: Natureland debate opened to public: Rates set to increase after plan tweaked: Welcome to Lindsay Williams: Welcome to Sam Ayers

Property News: 18 March 2019

Firefighting damage nears $2m: World-class apple packhouse 'as good as it gets': Consents delayed by lack of staff: Nelson air terminal so hot people feared 'heat-stroke': Marahau switching to natives: Fire recovery effort gets $1 million boost:

Property News: 11 March 2019

'Shack' renting for $300 a week "should be demolished'; Dam company appoints chief executive, directors; Tenants wait to know their fate; Landlords struggle with tradie shortage

Property News: 25 February 2019

Forestry firm taking stock: Households urged to halve water use: Pic's to take peanut butter to the world: Trail to reopen with limited access across islands

Property News: 18 February 2019

Winery finds new owners: New home for NZ Post with new partner store: Buyers living in limbo: Bateup Rd project faces time, cost increase: Overpass planned for Railway Reserve: Ideas sought for grassed area at Brooklyn reserve: Asking prices for homes at all-time high: New life breathed into Tahuna centre: Freedom camping site popular: First fire, now water crisis: Nelson house price average tops $600k: Zoo's future in councillors' hands

Property News: 12 February 2019

Tasman Forest Fires

Property News: 28 January 2019

Intersection to get an upgrade and underpass: Owner fit with fine for illegal barn conversion: More water curbs as dry spell lingers: Preschool reopens at embattled centre: School-age population tipped to take off: Greenmeadows centre open at last

Property News: 21 January 2019

Toxic algae warning in Tasman: Property values still climbing: Troubled centre given a reprieve: Construction of Waimea dam to start: Councils getting millions for fight against erosion.

Property News: 14 January 2019

Water restrictions loom in rural areas: Call for action to save Tahunanui Community Centre: No sleeping at the museum: Air quality woes continue: Bumper apple crop tipped: Water curbs kick in next week: 'Worrying' report on water in Moutere: Water restrictions likely to spread: Tasman's economic growth slows

Property News: 17 December 2018

Maori name sought for Abel Tasman: Industrial subdivision plan divides opinion: Reserve gets nod for new library: TDC ratepayers hit harder in the pocket: Dun Mountain's slip saga slides on: Modellers Pond trial extended by council: Duke & Cooke introduce Jaimee Ryan