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10:30am Sunday 09 Feb, 2020
A new wave buoy has been set in place off the Bowentown Bar.
The Bay of Plenty Regional Council announced this week that their new wave buoy has been... Read More
8:15am Sunday 09 Feb, 2020
Kia ora and welcome to Sunday. He maha nga huihuinga e tupu ana i tenei ra. Me harikoa ki to whanau me o hoa.
We are expecting a fine day today, with... Read More
12:00pm Saturday 08 Feb, 2020
The health warnings issued in December for Lake Okaro and Lake Ohakuri have now been lifted by the Medical Officer of Health.
Results of water testing... Read More
10:00am Saturday 08 Feb, 2020
Who is Te Puke’s strongest man and woman? This will be decided today at the Te Puke A & P Lifestyle Show with the winners also qualifying for the... Read More
8:30am Saturday 08 Feb, 2020
Kia ora and welcome to Saturday. He ua matou i te po whakamutunga. He pai mo te kari.
Some cloudy periods with a chance of a shower are expected today.... Read More
1:00pm Friday 07 Feb, 2020
When you turn on your tap at any time day or night, you may take it for granted that water will always come out.
When it doesn’t, people start... Read More
8:06am Friday 07 Feb, 2020
Maintenance dredging is expected to be carried out in the Whakatāne River next week.
Whakatāne District Council will undertake maintenance dredging... Read More
12:41pm Wednesday 05 Feb, 2020
Dry weather has resulted in a water ban being put in place across the greater Te Puke area.
It includes a complete ban on hand-held hosing... Read More
7:46am Wednesday 05 Feb, 2020
Greerton businesses are playing the waiting game to see if the rough sleeping and begging bylaw will be revoked.
The bylaw prohibits rough sleeping... Read More
8:00pm Tuesday 04 Feb, 2020
A team of six Thames-Coromandel District Council responsible camping ambassadors have been meeting and greeting freedom campers since mid-December.
They... Read More
7:01am Friday 31 Jan, 2020
Limited wharf access is crippling the marine industry in Tauranga say a local couple with a fishing vessel.
Currently, there is one wharf with 5m of... Read More
2:05pm Thursday 30 Jan, 2020
Pedestrians and cyclists in Arataki will be able to use Tauranga’s first shared crossings from Monday.
The new crossings are at the intersections... Read More
7:22am Thursday 30 Jan, 2020
Tauranga City Council is reporting a great response to their Talking Trash Survey from the community.
With more than 9000 responses, a significant majority... Read More
4:00pm Tuesday 28 Jan, 2020
Water use in Omokoroa, Te Puna and Minden continues to soar putting the area on the brink of restrictions.
Unless water use drops immediately in these... Read More
7:02am Monday 27 Jan, 2020
The Tauranga City Council says it doesn’t have a legal responsibility to mitigate the impact of the stalled Harington Street carpark project for... Read More