Sirens will signal tsunami threat

Ten to twelve tsunami warning sirens will be installed along 15 kilometres of coastline from near Mount Maunganui Primary School to Papamoa East. They... Read More

Arataki bus facility options explored

Tauranga City Council is working with Bayfair Shopping Centre to explore the viability of a bus facility on Bayfair owned land. Residents of Farm Street... Read More

15th Ave upgrade works delayed

Tauranga City Council has decided to push the pause button on the construction of Stage 1 works on 15th Avenue. The works were initially scheduled to... Read More

Minister in Tauranga to celebrate glass recycling

The reintroduction of kerbside glass recycling in Tauranga is being deemed a “great success”. Tauranga City Council and the Ministry for... Read More

Recalling Tauranga 100 years ago with peace event

On July 19 1919, peace celebrations were held throughout New Zealand to mark the official end of World War One. To celebrate the centenary, a Peace... Read More

Tauranga‘s coastline to get tsunami sirens

  Sirens with voice-over capability will be installed along the coastline from near Mount Maunganui Primary School to Papamoa East; covering approximately... Read More

Memorial Park coastal pathway decision postponed

  Tauranga City Council is postponing a decision on whether to continue with the next steps of the Memorial Park to city centre coastal pathway.   The... Read More

Future growth of the Te Papa peninsula

Work is going to begin on preparing a 30-year blueprint for the future growth of the Te Papa peninsula, known as the Te Papa Spatial Framework. Te... Read More

Govt chips in $5m to help buy back Matatā homes

Joint funding has been confirmed for a property acquisition package which aims to end the long and difficult process of addressing the debris flow risk... Read More

Matatā residents to hear settlement‘s fate

Residents of a Bay of Plenty beach settlement at risk from deadly debris flows will this evening hear the latest offer to buy out their properties. Matatā... Read More

Coromandel facilities receive significant funding

Seven projects around the Thames-Coromandel district to provide improved public facilities at visitor hotspots have been chosen to receive a total of... Read More

Otanewainuku Forest gets more carparks

Additional car parks are to be put at Otanewainuku Forest Park on Mountain Road, Oropi, to cater for increasing visitor numbers. Earthworks to extend... Read More

Construction on Tauranga transport hub underway

    The Harington Street Transport Hub is scheduled to be completed in autumn 2020. The project completion date has previously been reported... Read More

What‘s on - country market, record fair, macramé

Kia ora and welcome to Sunday. Expect some showers with a period of afternoon rain. Strengthening northerlies should turn westerly during the afternoon.... Read More

K Valley Rollin’ & Strollin’ event cancelled today

The Rollin’ & Strollin’ event planned to open the new improved walking and cycling track in the Kopurererua Valley Reserve today has been... Read More