Primary Sector

Opotiki Harbour a $110m 'shovel ready' project

Brent Melville
Mon, 08 Jun 2020

Opotiki Harbour a $110m 'shovel ready' project
Brent Melville
Mon, 08 Jun 2020
The revitalised Opotiki Harbour development has become a poster child for the government’s regional investment programme in ‘shovel ready’ projects.The development, which has attracted more than $110 million in funding primarily from the provincial growth fund, is seen as a perfect vehicle in the context of increasing aquaculture exports, generating jobs and spinning off tourism and recreation ventures for the eastern Bay of Plenty.But the government clearly has its eyes on the prize, and that is the further development o...

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