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  •   Home > News > Local Politics

    Award-winning Maori musician Ria Hall has announced she's running for the Tauranga mayoralty

    Award-winning Maori musician Ria Hall has announced she's running for the Tauranga mayoralty


    She's up against former deputy mayor Tina Salisbury, who announced her interest last week.

    Ms Hall says she wants the opportunity to let those in her community have their say.

    She says Tauranga is a diverse community, with so many specific sets of voices, and everyone deserves, and should, be heard.

    On July 20, Tauranga residents will elect a mayor and councillors for a four-year term.

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