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We’re lucky to have more than 1100 hectares of green space in our great river city. Where would you like to see more nature in the city and why?
A multi-million dollar home in Hamilton didn't have any trouble finding a buyer during lockdown.
The lakeside home on Lake Domain Drive sold for $3.2 million just three days after moving into alert level 3 and estate agents believe it set a new record for an individual property in the city.
Not a bad view, indeed.
Read more here.
I think the MP is being a snob for getting a petition up about the State housing in the area. Everyone is entitled to a home, The Nats have been pushing for more housing, BUT here is the MP for Hamilton West getting a petition together to stop the development going ahead. If he wants to be a Snob perhaps he should go live in Wellington at parliment or go live in Central Auckland. I am all fro housing being intergrated into the area it will be monitored carefully, so the gangs dont get ahold but we need tougher laws to control the gangs, BUT people need houing also