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Free on-street parking in Tauranga city centre – The Bay’s News First – SunLive

On-street parking is now free in the Tauranga City centre. Time restrictions will be enforced to help keep parking spaces…

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Wild fur you: Aussie Grandma finds hilarious X-rated detail on $20 bag – New Zealand Herald

“I am all for a cheeky joke, but I draw the line at this,” the Aussie woman said.

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The Sydney grandmother realised the bag wasn’t as innocent as she first thought. An Aussie woman was shopping on department store Myer’s website when she came across an unexpected find.
The Sydney grandmother was searching for handbags when she discovered the store’s X-rated A$19.95 ($21.20) Wild Fur You Australiana Tote Bag.
She eagerly clicked on the native animal-themed print, however upon closer inspection, she realised the bag wasn’t as innocent as she first thought.
The print showed native…

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Tourism New Zealand boss resigns to head Wayfare Group – Stuff.co.nz

TNZ chief executive Stephen England has resigned and will take over the reins of tourism company Wayfare Group.

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Tourism New Zealand chief executive Stephen England-Hall has quit and will head tourism company Wayfare Group from early next year.
When England-Hall made the announcement on Wednesday he said he saw it as a move into the engine room rather than a case of abandoning ship.
He had no previous experience in the tourism industry before taking the job at TNZ three and a half years ago, and when Wayfare approached him about becoming its chief executive, it started him thinking about what next career-wise.

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Tourism New Zealand chief Stephen England-Hall quits for new job at Wayfare – New Zealand Herald

Leaving after four years for new job in a big private tourism business.

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Tourism New Zealand boss Stephen England-Hall has quit to take the top job at Qeenstown’s Wayfare group of tourism businesses.
England-Hall said his move reflected confidence in an industry he was bullish about but one that faced big challenges.
He said it was a case of jumping ”from a frying pan into a bigger frying pan on the front line” and he looked forward to bringing new blood to Wayfare within an industry that would change, even when borders re-open.
”There is no going back to what was…

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