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Property News - 27 March 2017

Price surge in 'affordable' suburbs: New rules may prune thorny heritage tree issues: Boarding house re-opens: What lies beneath - Atawhai Landfill: Plans for new Stoke hospice development: Stink raised over Mapua loos: Dam plan lives on after hitting target: Council split on pond fix: Church transformed into home

Breaking News - 24 March 2017

The controversial Waimea dam project is still alive after proponent Waimea Irrigators Ltd (WIL) reached its target for the proposed multimillion-dollar Lee Valley scheme.

Property News: 20 March 2017

Nelson leading regional economy: Final touches for Trafalgar Centre: Luxury apartments snapped up: Families forced out of Motueka

Property News: 13 March 2017

Protection Plan 'seems ridiculous': Community celebrates new rec centre: Double dose of dam discussions: High rise fails after low sales: Push for cycleway: Sewage pump station city's wee gem: Roundhay revamp prompts property purchase: Future of eco village uncertain: City council approves rate rise: Coastal earthworks 'insensitive': Nelson College looks to cash in on boarding houses: Residents urged to speak up on TDC planning: Community concerned over threat to springs

Property News: 6 March 2017

Irrigators facing dam rates hike: House prices continue to climb: Wakatu wins in historic land case: Late arrival of summer brings water rationing to Tasman: Media Release - Reserve Bank sees risks equally balanced: Tasman set for 0.63 per cent rates hike: Crunch time for dam as deadline approaches: City councillors argue over ‘conflicts of interest’

Breaking News 3 March 2017

In a press release dated third of March 2017, Waimea Irrigators Ltd are urging irrigators on the Waimea plains to commit to the dam project.

Breaking News - 28 February 2017

In a press release dated 28 February, the Supreme Court have ruled in favour of the Proprietors of Wakatu and Others (the Applicants) challenge to the Crown land settlement in Nelson and Motueka.

Property News: 27 February 2017

Port bosses toast wine warehouse : Million dollar question to ponder : Iwi apply to protect springs aquifer : Dementia care drives Summerset growth :

Property News: 20 February 2017

‘End of an era’ for city gallery : House values up by almost $100,000 : Lack of rental homes forcing some families out on the street :

Property News: 13 February 2017

Short-term rentals add to squeeze : Rip up of Queen St begins : TDC raises building fees from March :