Whakatane designer wins 2019 kitchen awards

Whakatane designer, Michelle McAnulty of Beaver Kitchens, has been awarded two awards at the 2019 NKBA Excellence in Design Awards held in Melbourne... Read More

Sirens will signal tsunami threat

Ten to twelve tsunami warning sirens will be installed along 15 kilometres of coastline from near Mount Maunganui Primary School to Papamoa East. They... Read More

Consumers reminded to service gas appliances

In the wake of Friday’s explosion in a house in Christchurch, Master Plumbers, Gasfitters & Drainlayers NZ stresses the importance of getting gas... Read More

Future growth of the Te Papa peninsula

Work is going to begin on preparing a 30-year blueprint for the future growth of the Te Papa peninsula, known as the Te Papa Spatial Framework. Te... Read More

Matatā residents to hear settlement‘s fate

Residents of a Bay of Plenty beach settlement at risk from deadly debris flows will this evening hear the latest offer to buy out their properties. Matatā... Read More

Repeating pattern of fronts and lows

The repeating pattern of passing fronts and lows that New Zealand has experienced over the last week is set to continue into the week ahead, bringing... Read More

Easing impact of earthquake strengthening in NZ

A change to the system for managing earthquake-prone buildings – EPBs - will make it easier for owners of these buildings in small towns to undertake... Read More

The Army assault on winter ills

Low of 8, low of 5, low of 8, low of 5, low of 5. The mercury has crept chillingly down day-by-day this week and is expected to stay down until the end... Read More

Brace yourself for the weather ahead

A string of strong fronts whipping the country after zooming across the Tasman like a train with carriages hurtling along after each other is just some... Read More

Tourism funding for Western Bay of Plenty

Western Bay of Plenty District Council will be receiving $483,960 from Government in the third round of funding from the Tourism Infrastructure Fund... Read More

Celebration for Plummers Point cycleway opening

The community are being encouraged to hop on their bikes and test out the latest section of the Omokoroa to Tauranga cycleway next weekend. Bring... Read More

Wallabies knocking on the door

It was the unmistakable silhouette of a wallaby that excited. A Facebook post of an about-to-be-deceased wallaby as it leapt across the railway lines... Read More

Updating Western Bay property values

  If you own property in the Western Bay you may be visited by a professional valuer, who will be assessing the current land and capital value... Read More

Tauranga KiwiBuild sales continue to show strength

Eight out of 10 recently released KiwiBuild homes in the Kaimai Views subdivision are now under contract. When Classic Builders released the first... Read More

Car crashes into Bayfair Shopping Centre

A car has crashed into the side of a building at Bayfair on Sunday afternoon. Police received a report at 3.55pm that a car had hit “the front... Read More