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Salters Cartage owner cries poor while nobbling rivals. By Victoria Young

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The provinces hold the key to NZ’s future

Jehan Casinader
Sat, 24 Oct 2020

Jehan Casinader
Sat, 24 Oct 2020
Two hundred thousand people. Imagine filling up Wellington’s stadium five or six times, and then allowing those people to spill out onto the streets.Imagine an extra 200,000 people on our buses and trains. Imagine them driving their cars down our single-lane inner city streets. Imagine them lining up at auctions and open homes.We need to get our heads around that massive figure. Over the next three decades, the Wellington region will absorb an extra 200,000 people.The region’s councils are working on a plan to prepare for a ste...

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