Council admits cycle lane width unsafe

  Cyclists are concerned about the width of the cycle lane on a key commuter’s route between Mount Maunganui and Tauranga.   Bike... Read More

TOMSETT, Lily Catherine (nee Hunt)

A memorial service to celebrate Lil’s life will be held at Olive Tree Cottage, 247 Joyce Road, Tauranga at 1pm on Monday, 24 June 2019. Messages... Read More

WEBBER, Bryan Russell

30/01/1951 – 16/06/2019 Passed away peacefully in Tauranga Hospital. Beloved youngest son of the late Jim and Annie Webber, brother and brother-in-law... Read More

Costume extraordinaire moves to the judging panel

  Contestants in the Waihi Beach Wearable Arts competition will be relieved to see past supreme winner Cherie Elmsly is suiting up as a judge this... Read More

Volunteers needed to create cleaner waterways

Bay of Plenty Regional Council, in partnership with multi award-winning charity, Sustainable Coastlines, is putting the call out for local schools, businesses... Read More

Volunteers give up millions of hours for St John

Volunteers are at the heart of St John. Every day more than 9600 generous volunteers help thousands of people across the country by devoting their time... Read More

Newsletter - City News - 13 June 2019

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Newsletter - Weekly bulletin - 13 June 2019

Weekly bulletin - 13 June 2019... Read More

Matariki Tauranga Moana 2019: E haere ake nei

Rāmere 14 Pipiri ki Rāpare 20 Pipiri Friday 14 June to Thursday 20 June There is plenty for everyone to celebrate Matariki, the Māori New Year, in... Read More

Review confirms shortage of developable land

Tauranga City Council’s Urban Form and Transport Development Committee, Tuesday 11 June 2019, heard the city is to face a shortage of around 1000... Read More

Council decides on Tauranga’s transport projects

Tuesday 11 June 2019, during the Urban Form and Transport Development Committee meeting, Elected Members made a decision on how to move forward with some... Read More

Phone scammers impersonating police officers

Scammers are resorting to impersonating police officers in an attempt to gain people’s personal information. In a post on Facebook, police are... Read More

Black Hawk arrives in BOP

A Black Hawk from the United States has settled into its new home in the Bay of Plenty. The military helicopter has been spotted flying across the... Read More

Police investigating BOP forestry shooting

Amid the crack of bullets, Brett George remembers sprinting as fast as his legs would carry him.  For him, it's concerning to hear other... Read More

Proposed import ban on less safe cars

Some of the country's most popular cars could be banned from being imported under a proposed new road safety strategy. A report obtained by RNZ... Read More