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News items for 2017.

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Celebrate Valentines Day with poetry

(January 31): Love is in the air! And you can celebrate Valentines Day this year with the Romantic Poetry competition at Motueka Library. Full article »

Vision Motueka mulls possible winding down

(January 27): A shortfall in nominations for the required number of trustee positions has prompted Vision Motueka to consider closing down or spinning off its projects and assets. Full article »

Ultrafast broadband plan for rural towns re-emerges

(January 26): Government has announced the roll-out of fibre ultrafast broadband to 151 towns, including Motueka, Kaiteriteri, Mapua and Takaka over the period 2018 to 2024. Full article »

People power to clean up the beaches

(January 23): Duane Major and Adam Gard'ner, the team behind the Givealittle campaign to buy the Awaroa beach, are encouraging people to sign up and take part in the Nelson Tasman Big Beach Clean. Full article »

Kai Fest team gears up for action

(January 20): The signs are positive for the inaugural Motueka Kai Fest on April 9th to be a huge success, with the planners signing up an experienced team of people to manage all key activities. Full article »

Review of the property sales market in the Motueka area

(January 19): Sales numbers remained at a similar level to the same period last year, the medium house sale price was $477,000, and the median days on market were down from 62 to 42. Full article »

Motueka youth employment findings to be presented

(January 18): Creating more employment and training opportunities for Motueka's youth is the subject of a comprehensive report to be made public at the upcoming Vision Motueka AGM. Full article »

Challenge to increase cycling among workers

(January 17): Motueka businesses and organisations are being invited to take part in a new nationwide biking programme, the Aotearoa Bike Challenge. Full article »

Move to set up multicultural women's social group

(January 14): Do you want to be part of a group where you can share something from your birth culture or just have a chat and a cuppa with other women? Full article »

Plans for youth voice at TDC, Community Board

(January 10): Plans are afoot for the views of teenagers to be heard as of right around the tables of both Tasman District Council and the Motueka Community Board. Full article »