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  •   Home > News > Local Politics

    Local Government is grateful the latest funding boost has come in time for Summer

    Local Government is grateful the latest funding boost has come in time for Summer


    Nine changes have been announced in the latest review of the Tourism Infrastructure Fund - to assist small communities struggling with growing tourist numbers.

    Rotorua Lakes District Mayor Steve Chadwick says it's going to make a big difference.

    She says small councils are very stretched especially with the influx of visitors during the tourism season which is now upon us.

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