Friday 29th April 2005
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Tourism Waikato chief executive John Rasmussen said the region was in desperate need of the new hotel.
"There is definitely a need for more accommodation to cater for the city's growth -- this is exciting news." Construction was likely to begin in the middle of the year with completion targeted for June 2006.
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