HOUSE-BUILDING FACTORY MOVING TO EX-ALLOY PREMISES IN WEST AUCKLAND

A pre-fabricated house-building business is planning to lease part of the west Auckland premises where superyachts were built for decades.Dan Heyworth of house-builder Box said his business planned to move into part of the former...

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