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The investment would improve airport terminal congestion problems and provide room for shops and cafés at the airport.
The money is going to projects in Whangarei and the Bay of Islands, including Kawakawa’s vintage railway.
Phase one of a multi-million-dollar investment in Hamilton’s central city river path has begun.
The Taranaki settlement is getting a new visitor centre to house taonga and an exhibition of the Parihaka story.
Rotorua will receive just over $2m in additional funding from the Provincial Growth Fund as part of a raft of new announcements from the Government last week.
Reprioritised funding of $40m from the Provincial Growth Fund will go towards helping workers displaced by the Covid-19 pandemic and 1000 regional apprenticeships.
Four new ‘visitor experience centres’ will be built along the West Coast as part of the Te Ara Pounamu pathways project.
Work is set to begin on a 5.5km section of the Kawatiri Coastal Trail from Westport to Carters Beach.
The new money takes the total invested from the fund into the $33.2m Whangarei project to $18.4m.
Regional economic development minister Shane Jones has redirected $600m of Government investment into shovel-ready projects in a “re-set” of what the Provincial Growth Fund will support.
“The tourist hot-spot has been hard hit by the implications of Covid-19, but having a financial boost like this will mean the whole community can soon be even prouder of this great asset.”
Kāpiti Coast Council is considering putting forward a funding application to the Provincial Growth Fund for the Kāpiti Island Gateway Building.
The funding means work can start immediately on a $4.5m development project.
Northland’s new Manea Footprints of Kupe centre is set to include a memorial to the SS Ventnor and those who were lost when it sank off the Hokianga coast in 1902 after securing a $100,000 investment from the Provincial Growth Fund.
Construction has started on the extension to Whanganui’s Sarjeant Gallery.
Whakatāne’s riverfront redevelopment is one of the beneficiaries of more than $48m in Provincial Growth Fund loans that are being pumped into regional project to help offset the economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Work will get back under way on more than 60 Provincial Growth Fund projects now that New Zealand has moved into alert level 3, says regional economic development minister Shane Jones.
Eleven hectares of Māori freehold land will be used for the new boat harbour in eastern Bay of Plenty.
The Government’s Provincial Development Unit is seeking projects that can immediately support employment for the repurposed Provincial Growth Fund.
Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones is looking at how the Provincial Growth Fund can be repurposed for initiatives deemed more critical to fighting the economic impacts of the Covid-19 outbreak.
The $3bn Provincial Growth Fund is being repurposed to combat the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
A new health and wellness spa at Rotorua will be built following a $17m funding injection into the region from the Provincial Growth Fund.
Whakatāne and the wider eastern Bay of Plenty region will receive $36.8m of funding from the Government for waterfront and visitor projects.
The first stage of the Taranaki Crossing development in Egmont National Park has begun.
The union representing rail workers says money from the Provincial Growth Fund could ensure the future of rail excursions to Middlemarch.
Taupō Airport and Milford Aerodrome are among the latest beneficiaries of government funding as part of its ongoing regional investment drive.
Northland and West Coast iwi receive almost $1m each from the PGF.
A $1.2m cash injection from the Provincial Growth Fund will be invested in digital connectivity for the West Coast.
The Provincial Growth Fund will invest $4m so that Kaipara District Council can upgrade the Dargaville pontoon
The Rātana Pā near Whanganui now has ultra-fast broadband, in time for annual Rātana celebrations this week.
The investment sees up to $4.8m granted to the Wairoa Integrated Business and Tourism Facility.
The Government is injecting $2.798m into the Ngā Ara Tipuna Waipukurau Pā Site Interpretation project in the Hawke’s Bay.
The Provincial Growth Fund cash will be used to develop the area and boost tourism and business.
Cadets working towards their professional raft guide qualifications have reached the nine-week mark, or just over half way, this December.
The government will inject $9.6m into the Forgotten World Highway (State Highway 43) to seal the remaining 12km unsealed stretch of road through the Tangarakau Gorge.
Business and Economic Research Limited has won the contract to evaluate the operation and early outcomes of the Provincial Growth Fund for the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.
Stewart Island/Rakiura has been granted $3.16 million from the Provincial Growth Fund to help build two wind turbines.
The Government will inject $12m into the Waikato Regional Theatre project, courtesy of the Provincial Growth Fund.
Proposals are being sought for the final design of West Coast’s $25.6m Dolomite Point redevelopment near Punakaiki.
The first stage of Rotorua’s $40m lakefront development will kick off at the end of October.
Once complete in 2022, the $19m project is expected to inject an extra $3.7m into the local economy, says the govt.
The money will go towards long-term planning to foster sustainable tourism growth.
A drive to unlock the tourism potential of the Manawatū Gorge-Te Apiti region has been given a $200,000 boost from the Provincial Growth Fund.
Island infrastructure and a dark sky reserve application receive investment.
Minister for regional economic development Shane Jones has opened the Bay of Islands Airport’s new terminal.
Hawke’s Bay’s tourism sector is a direct and indirect beneficiary of the latest investment announced Provincial Growth Fund.
The Clutha Gold Great Ride Cycle Trail will almost double in length thanks to the cash.
Gore’s Hokonui Moonshine Museum and a new Maruawai Heritage Centre at the Southland town have secured $1.6m from the Provincial Growth Fund.
The government’s Provincial Growth Fund is ploughing a further $2.8m into Northland with tourism centred around the town of Kaikohe one of the main beneficiaries of the fresh investment.
The Riverside Hotel and entertainment precinct and a rolling ball clock have won funding.