Clock ticking for landlords to insulate homes

The Real Estate Institute of New Zealand is reminding landlords that they have just 40 days left to insulate their rental properties, or they could face... Read More

More than 1300 families off housing waiting list

In the first quarter of this year, 1357 families and individuals came off the state housing waiting list and into permanent homes, says Housing and Urban... Read More

New apartment hotel for Tauranga to open in August

One of the newest developments in Tauranga CBD is set to be completed ahead of schedule. The Quest Apartment Hotels development on Devonport Road is... Read More

Half of KiwiBuild homes snapped up within one day

Classic Builders has been inundated with inquiry about the KiwiBuild homes in Omokoroa, made available for sale last Wednesday. The eight KiwiBuild... Read More

Power cut in Te Puke

Powerco report there is a power cut on Monday evening in Te Puke. There are 680 Te Puke properties affected by the power cut which happened at 9.01pm.  The... Read More

Water maintenance on 11th Ave

Residents and businesses along 11th Ave will experience maintenance work from today. Tauranga City Council says maintenance work on water mains will... Read More

Hundreds gather for plastic bottle protest

“Not our kid’s future,” wrote one. A pile of 2400 used plastic bottles was dumped in a circle on the beach near the Omanu Surf Club... Read More

Eight regions to receive $14M to expand 3D mapping

The Bay of Plenty is one of the eight regions that will receive co-funding from the Provincial Growth Fund (PGF) to obtain LiDAR (Light Detection and... Read More

Shelterbelt fire in Whakamarama

A potentially destructive fire in a shelterbelt block in the western Bay of Plenty community of Whakamarama kept firefighters busy for almost two hours... Read More

A further $8 million for freedom camping system

Following the success of last summer, a further $8 million is being made available to continue delivering a better freedom camping system and to encourage... Read More

Progress made on Coromandel Citizens’ Hall

The progress on the historical Coromandel Citizens' Hall is exciting to see. At the recent Coromandel Citizens' Hall project meeting, members... Read More

Coast Care community planting day at the Mount

Do you like digging in the sand? Doing your bit for native plants? Volunteers are invited to come and help at a Coast Care community planting day on... Read More

Public invited to Annual Plan deliberations

Tauranga City Council is inviting the public to attend next week’s deliberations on the city’s 2019/20 Annual Plan.   Elected Members... Read More

The Esplanade taking shape in Whitianga

The new playground area at the Esplanade in Whitianga is well on target for completion. The new timber board walk and the concrete path at the playground... Read More

Kiwibuild homes available to purchase in WBOP

First home buyers in the Bay of Plenty will be able to purchase Kiwibuild homes from today. The Kiwibuild homes being built by Classic Builders in... Read More