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    Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones is calling provincial growth funding for Invercargill a game changer

    Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones is calling provincial growth funding for Invercargill a game changer


    The Government's lending $19.5 million dollars toward a $165 million redevelopment of an city centre block for retail, hospitality and offices.

    Previous funding for a business case last year revealed the project could boost Southland's GDP by around $48 million a year and create 500 construction jobs.

    Mr Jones says Invercargill may be a small city at the bottom of the South Island but it's one with a big vision.

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