New Zealand Police win World Class Policing Award

New Zealand Police has won a prestigious World Class Policing Award for its ‘more street than station approach’ Mobility programme, which... Read More

Calls for stricter porn filters to protect kids

Children are watching pornography to understand sex and that'a huge concern, Chief Censor David Shanks says. Internal Affairs Minister Tracey Martin... Read More

Tauranga teen designs bot for anxiety sufferers

  The grip of anxiety was so strong for Will Waters he would get to bottom of the stairs in the morning and be unable to get out the door. During... Read More

Fixing the base track – your views

The newly-elected Mayor of Tauranga, Tenby Powell is already making strides to repair the Mauao base track. Tenby, Cr Steve Morris, Cr Dawn Kiddie... Read More

Tuku Iho wows Shanghai with Maori culture

Maori culture is taking centre stage in Shanghai with the Tuku Iho | Living Legacy exhibition playing a major role in the China-New Zealand Year of Tourism. The... Read More

Is it illegal?

The impacts of bottom trawling is one of the hot topics of discussion at this weekend’s Tauranga Fishing and Boat Show. “Given the capabilities... Read More

Are you rich enough?

Are you rich enough? Wanting to 'do something' about climate change? What do you think about racism?  And what about NZ's fastest falcon? What... Read More

Cause of Friday night Mount power outage unknown

A power cut to Mount Maunganui on Friday night meant that many bar and restaurant patrons were faced with a late night dinner in the dark. The power... Read More

Blue mats hit the beach

Bright blue mats were rolled out across Mount Maunganui beaches on Labour weekend. The portable, roll out mats located at Pilot Bay, the Mount Maunganui... Read More

Tauranga City App: New and improved

Sun Media’s Tauranga City App has been relaunched, bringing everything you need in Tauranga right to your fingertips. The app has all your up-to-date... Read More

Spooky night train

The spooks may be out at Memorial Park for some Halloween fun this coming Saturday evening, as Palmerville Station opens for a fright night train run... Read More

Social media may not be as bad as we thought

Scrolling through Facebook or arguing on Twitter may not be as bad for our mental health as we feared, according to new research from the University... Read More

Bay women make an impression

Three Bay of Plenty people from quite different walks of life are amongst some of the most influential women in the country. One is making science... Read More

Waste not, want not

Put the junk in the trunk and head to Katikati today. There is a crew of knife sharpeners, seamstresses, sparkies and an assortment of other handy folk... Read More

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