New report claims Tarras can support international airport
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Christchurch Airport has today released analysis showing Tarras - a small Central Otago farming settlement - can support an international airport. The airport - which is owned by Christchurch City Council and the Crown - bought 750 hectares of farmland in the area last year. But, as Timothy Brown reports, the findings don't mean the proposal is ready for take off yet.
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