Techweek starting around NZ today

Techweek, which gets underway in Tauranga today, has grown 10 times in just three years, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says. As the global thirst... Read More

Taiohi-Taiao Youth Jam to tackle climate change

The Taiohi-Taiao Youth Jam will be tackling issues of climate change this year. Run by the Bay of Plenty Regional Council, the free three-day summit... Read More

Road users encouraged to use dash cams

Businesses and motorists are being encouraged to embrace New Zealand’s dash cam usage trend. QBE Insurance and road safety organisation Brake... Read More

Moon and Jupiter viewing tonight at observatory

The Tauranga Observatory are planning to have a viewing on tonight for people who would like to see the Moon and Jupiter through their telescopes. “We... Read More

Tauranga robotics team among worlds best

A small robotics team from Tauranga is taking the world by storm. The House of Science Tauranga robotics team made up of four students from schools... Read More

Sky TV broadband ‘credible’

Speculation is intensifying that Sky Television may take on Spark in the broadband market, with a top local analyst talking up the possibility and saying... Read More

Primary students get their hands on climate change

Tauranga primary school teachers gathered at the regional House of Science headquarters to discuss and learn about the climate change kit. The new kit... Read More

Twilight train rides at Memorial Park

The Tauranga Model and Marine Engineering Club, also known as Memorial Park Railway celebrates its 40th anniversary with some extra special events this... Read More

IRD to shut down services later this week

The tax system is about to close for a week as Inland Revenue implements its biggest changes in 20 years. Online services in myIR will be unavailable... Read More

Technology crucial for NZ’s future

Technology, which is crucial for New Zealand’s economic and social future, is in the hands of school children who are taking a massive interest... Read More

Teenager granted bail over mosque shooting video

A teenager charged with possessing a copy of the video of the Christchurch mosque shootings has been granted bail. The 17-year-old, who has interim... Read More

New $520m cable for NZ

A new US submarine internet cable will be built between New Zealand, Australia and the United States by the Southern Cross Cable company at a cost of... Read More

Video interpreting service extends to weekends

The service that allows people using New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) to phone others by using an interpreter will soon be available at weekends. The... Read More

Tauranga City Council launches Antenno

Tauranga City Council has launched the Antenno mobile phone app as a new, easy-to-use platform to connect with them. The Antenno app will replace the... Read More

BOP residents lose close $300,000 in cyber attacks

  New data from CERT NZ shows the Bay of Plenty region experienced losses of $298,741 to cyber security attacks in 2018, with scams and fraud incidents... Read More