Aquinas College students go shoeless

Aquinas College students are experiencing a day in someone else’s shoes. Staff and students went about their day wearing bare feet for a social... Read More

Te Puna Pink Ribbon Breakfast exceeds expectations

Jacqui Rolleston’s Pink Ribbon Breakfast proved to be a successful fundraising event. The breakfast took place at the Te Puna Rugby club on Sunday... Read More

Great progress on SH2 roadworks, says NZTA

The New Zealand Transport Agency are advising motorists of the great progress made by contractors on the works that started on Monday, May 20 along SH2... Read More


Passed away peacefully on 21 May 2019, surrounded by family and “Best Mate”. Dearly loved Dad of Jason and Joanne, Bonita and Merv, Shanan... Read More

WRIGHT, Doris Amy

Formerly of Palmerston North Passed away peacefully with family at her bedside, at Ultimate Care Oakland, Tauranga 21st May 2019, aged 94. Dearly loved... Read More

BOP woman helping dental outreach in Samoa

Lance Corporal Nadine Nitschke is one of those people who thrives in high-pressure situations. Lance Corporal Nitschke was one of five dental assistants... Read More

Excavations at 50 per cent at Farmers development

The Farmers development that is currently taking place at the corner of Devonport Road and Elizabeth Street has reached 50 per cent on the piling and... Read More

Council’s Marine Precinct under review

An independent consultant is reviewing Tauranga City Council's handling of the $11.4 million Marine Precinct, following years of concern from independent... Read More

One injured in Pyes Pa crash

UPDATE 1.08PM: One person is injured following a crash on Pyes Pa Road. A police spokesperson says they were called to the incident at the intersection... Read More

Woman arrested after Tauranga chase

The woman at the centre of a police chase through Tauranga is facing a number of driving charges. The chase was witnessed by a number of people as officers... Read More

BOP residents reminded to recycle glass

Whakatane residents won't be able to recycle much of their plastic packaging anymore, but that shouldn’t discourage them from recycling glass,... Read More

Man prosecuted for attempting to dock dog‘s tail

A Huntly man has been prosecuted by SPCA after he attempted to dock the tail of his dog, resulting in 60 per cent of the tail being amputated and leaving... Read More

Man accused of murdering toddler denies charge

The 39-year-old man accused of the murder of 17-month-old Sadie-Leigh Gardner has plead not guilty in court today. Adrian Clancy appeared by audio visual... Read More

Meech fights back at Laser European championships

Sam Meech isn't used to making too many mistakes but he still managed to limit the damage to remain in contention at the Laser European championships... Read More

Trailblazers at business women’s conference

The inspiring mix of speakers at the weekend’s 2019 Tauranga Business Women’s conference surpassed expectations for many. Held at the Trinity... Read More