City Life

17-hour days with no pay, treated like slaves

A group of 19 Indian migrant workers claim they are being made to work in what they describe as slave-like conditions up to 17 hours per day with no pay at Auckland... Read More

Police recruit: Go chase your dreams

When it comes to giving advice to members of a Police recruit wing, it's unlikely any other patron has known their stuff quite like Alan Richards MSM. Alan,... Read More

Tauranga mayoral race: Aurel Braguta

In July, Tauranga will choose who will be running their city for the first time in five years. A mayor and nine councillors will replace the four-person... Read More

Road blocked, State Highway 3, Te Awamutu

Police are responding to a two vehicle crash involving a tractor on State Highway 3 (Ohaupo Road), near Te Rahu Road, Te Awamutu; says a police spokesperson. "The... Read More

New food programme to help older community

When a debilitating injury turned 77-year-old Carol's* world upside down, her limited mobility made simple everyday tasks a difficult and painful challenge. The... Read More

Witnesses sought after Kawerau serious assault

Eastern Bay of Plenty Police are asking for the public's help following a serious assault in Kawerau this afternoon, says area manager investigations, detective... Read More

New marine research hub for Marine Park site

A state-of-the-art marine research and education facility will be established at Sulphur Point in Tauranga after years of controversy surrounding the future... Read More

CBD crime: What the latest police data shows

Reported crime in Rotorua's inner city has dropped, a top cop says - a trend one hospitality stalwart calls a 'wonderful trajectory”. It comes about... Read More

VIDEO: Rocket Lab launch snapped in Tauranga

A Tauranga photographer has snapped the moment satellites for a French internet company passed over Tauranga. The photo above, taken by Dan from NightKiwi... Read More

Adoptee heartbreaking hunt for birth family

Ekaterina Clark began her search for her birth mother knowing there could be a tragic reason behind her adoption. But she was unprepared for what she discovered. The... Read More

Community passion fuels Tauranga aircraft museum

Classic Flyers NZ, the Tauranga-based Aircraft Museum, is a testament to the power of community and shared passion. It's more than just a museum; it's... Read More

Tauranga mayoral race: Tim Maltby

In July, Tauranga will choose who will be running their city for the first time in five years. A mayor and nine councillors will replace the four-person... Read More