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4 Dec 2020 6:18
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    Wairoa's receiving money to increase productivity of a kiwifruit business, renovate 19 marae, and build a roading and other services hub

    Wairoa's receiving money to increase productivity of a kiwifruit business, renovate 19 marae, and build a roading and other services hub


    The Provincial Growth Fund investment of almost 3.8 million dollars is expected to create much-needed economic stimulus and up to 180 jobs.

    It's on top of more than six million dollars injected into Wairoa in January to revitalise business and tourism.

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