Tuia Matauranga Roadshow comes to Tauranga

A free interactive roadshow that brings to life Pacific voyaging and New Zealand’s histories will be in Tauranga from 17 to 18 October. It will... Read More

Zespri launches horticultural science scholarships

Zespri has launched a new scholarship for up to five students each year studying Massey University’s Bachelor of Horticultural Science degree.... Read More

World class facilities for Tauranga

The University of Waikato has opened new laboratories at its Tauranga campus to increase its Science and Engineering teaching and research capabilities... Read More

Rotary supports schools in Papamoa

  Papamoa Rotary have boosted Papamoa primary schools with $3000 of funding to help keep students safe while biking on its local roads. Partnering... Read More

Kiwi Can – needing help to keep transforming lives

As I sat in the hall at Otumoetai College, I couldn’t help but remember back to my first year there as a 13-year-old, sitting in assembly. A quiet... Read More

What Do Women Really Want?

Tauranga woman Beverly May was working as a hairdresser in her 20s when she realised she didn’t want the life most of her female clients seemed... Read More

What’s on – festivals, expo and ice skating

Kia ora and welcome to Saturday.   Today we are expecting morning cloud and a few showers, then becoming fine, with light winds.   It’s... Read More

Interweaving art of Aotearoa at Tauranga gallery

  The descendent of one of Tauranga’s most famous historical leaders has helped curate a stunning history of early Maori art through to the... Read More

Maritime industry investing in women

The maritime industry in New Zealand is committed to empowering women. The Maritime NZ Board hosted an event in Tauranga to commemorate this year’s... Read More

Astro-photographer to visit Tauranga

Are you a stargazer or aspiring night photographer?  The founder of ‘The World at Night’ Babak A. Tafreshi will be speaking in Tauranga... Read More

What‘s on - surf courses, dachshunds and a ramble

Kia ora and welcome to Saturday.   Today we are expecting cloudy periods and a few showers in the early morning and again in the evening. Also... Read More

Bay of Plenty paradise for cruise ship passengers

With cruise season about to begin, Kiwifruit Country Tours owner Graeme Crossman is getting ready to welcome thousands of cruise ship passengers to his... Read More

Roaring for books and jigsaws

Not the sort of book you would flick through on the pillow before nodding off. But for someone compiling a local history on the Canterbury provincial... Read More

Waikato University’s new chancellor welcomed

University of Waikato’s new chancellor joins the university at exciting time where the sense of community reflects the vibrant multicultural society... Read More

Universities to uphold freedoms not discrimination

The Justice Minister says universities are in a difficult position, as stickers promoting a white supremacist group appear on campuses across the country.... Read More