Water main break on Maunganui Road

Some properties have no water after a water main break on Maunganui road. A council spokesperson says the break is on Maunganui Road between Tweed Street... Read More

The green, futuristic village

Plans to set up worm farms and green waste composting has seen a new Mount Maunganui retirement village receive a $10,873 grant from the Tauranga City... Read More

Resource Wise Community Fund – 2020 winners

Tauranga City Council is announcing this year’s successful applicants to the Resource Wise Community Fund. Six applicants will each receive a... Read More

Improving water quality one native plant at a time

The first of more than 60,000 native plants have gone in the ground on properties which sit above the Kaiate Falls, to help improve water quality and... Read More

End of the line for equine repeat offenders

Ōpōtiki District Council’s planning and regulatory group manager Gerard McCormack says enough is enough and that if several identified horses... Read More

Safe Community status retained for WBOP & Tauranga

Achieving local solutions for local problems has been key to Western Bay and Tauranga continuing to retain and advance their Safe Community status. Tauranga... Read More

Views needed to help shape Western Bay‘s future

Is the Western Bay heading in the right direction for the next decade? That is the question Western Bay of Plenty District Council wants to know as... Read More

Long term learning at Toi Moana

  Poipoia te kākano kia puāwai - Nuture the seed and it will blossom   For many organisations, Te Wiki o te Reo Māori has become an opportunity... Read More

Larry ‘happy as larry’ takes a break

Tauranga City Councillor and former Deputy Mayor Larry Baldock doesn’t tend to take much time off for a break, but he found himself ‘as happy... Read More

Ideas wanted for new Kulim Park playground

Swings, slides, seasaws, balancing beams, stepping logs and an in-ground trampoline are just some of the ideas that could be going into a new playground... Read More

Rotorua sculpture flown into place

Te Ahi Tupua - The Eternal Fire - has been flown into place in Rotorua this morning. The $743,000 12m high 3D printed sculpture was flown in two parts... Read More

Harington St transport hub’s future to be debated

  The future of the abandoned Harington Street Transport Hub building is expected to be discussed at a Tauragna City Council committee meeting... Read More

‘Fantastical’ playground coming to Omokoroa

Omokoroa is to get a new destination playground following approval of the $1.04 million development to replace the existing outdated playground on the... Read More

Council appoints Code of Conduct Committee

Tauranga City Council has confirmed the appointment of a panel of six people who can be called upon to form a three-person committee to consider the... Read More

Council to refresh master plan for civic precinct

Tauranga City Council is refreshing a master plan for some of the city centre’s most important spaces. This is to ensure they best meet the needs... Read More