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For the eighth time in ITU history, the elite triathletes of the world head to the iconic coastal city of New Plymouth for the 2018 Quality Hotel Plymouth International ITU Triathlon World Cup. The Kiwi city will host the third stop on the World Cup circuit this year. Both the women’s and men’s start lists...
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The internationally established three day world music, arts and dance festival is known for its exciting and diverse line-up and next year’s event is no exception. Over the weekend Brooklands Park will ring with the sounds of a melting pot of folk, afro-funk, hip hop, classical, jazz and punk rock performed on violins, ouds, koras and...
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The Len Lye Centre pumped $7.4m into the New Plymouth economy last year and brings in more people than Womad and the annual garden festival, a new report reveals. A recent report published by Business and Economic Research Limited (Berl) found 34,400 people visited the centre in 2016 – 17,100 of them from outside the region and...
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Coastguard Taranaki has moved into its new home which it will share with Surf Life Saving New Zealand. The official opening of the Red Shed at Port Taranaki was held on Sunday and attracted a crowd of representatives from both organisations. The project to refurbish the building, which sees it co-owned by the groups and...
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