Singapore Roadshow in Tauranga

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and New Zealand Trade and Enterprise are running a New Zealand Roadshow to promote the New Zealand – Singapore... Read More

What‘s on - Battle of Britain and Village market

Kia ora SunLive readers and welcome to Sunday.   Today we are expecting a fine day with westerly breezes. It’s a three-clothing-layer day... Read More

Brother cleans up Fraser Street Reserve

On Saturday afternoon, staff from Brother rolled up their sleeves to take part in a clean-up of Fraser Street Reserve. The global tech business has... Read More

Oropi Sunday Market needs customers

Just ten minutes up Oropi Road you will find a hidden gem on the last Sunday of every month. The Oropi Sunday Market at the Oropi Memorial Hall and... Read More

Robotics Plus win ANZLF Trans-Tasman Awards

Tauranga's Robotics Plus, a world-leading robotics and automation company developing innovation to unlock new levels of productivity in some of the... Read More

Tiny homes an option in BOP housing market

The housing market in the Bay of Plenty makes it difficult to rent a house, let alone buy or build one. But very few know about tiny homes, and how... Read More

Get your head around this

Artificial intelligence isn’t about to completely take over from humans anytime soon but it pays to be prepared. Dale Carnegie Bay of Plenty training... Read More

Tauranga cruise tour operator expands business

  Tauranga cruise tour operator Shore Trips & Tours has purchased Cruise Tours Tauranga with plans to grow the business and expand the Shore Trips... Read More

New development growing Papamoa Plaza

The next stage of the Papamoa Plaza development is underway. Construction of a new childcare centre is set to be complete by December this year, while... Read More

Free bus travel during Anchor AIMS Games

Free bus travel has been provided throughout Tauranga during the duration of the Anchor AIMS Games this week. By downloading the Anchor AIMS Games... Read More

Festival of architecture

The countdown is on for the annual Festival of Architecture, with a series of engaging, insightful and enjoyable events running from September 20-26... Read More

It’s not all tight perms and tea trolleys

Francine Thomas grew up in a florist shop, so it is no surprise her passion for floral art has blossomed over the years. Francine’s mother and... Read More

Tauranga customer hit by unusually high power bill

Tauranga woman Keryn Mahoney is urging people to check their power bill after receiving an unusually high bill this month. Keryn is a Trustpower customer... Read More

Living wage on the way for 7000 Warehouse staff

Seven thousand employees at The Warehouse will now be paid a living wage after four days of negotiations. The company has now agreed to the deal, which... Read More

TECT announces changes to rebate payments

While traditionally the TECT rebate is paid out annually in November, TECT has announced that from 2020, the rebate will be paid out in two instalments;... Read More