City Life

Māori military veterans’ to share experiences

The New Zealand Defence Force will hear fresh accounts of Māori military veterans' experiences at the second hearing week of the Wai 2500 Military Veterans... Read More

Veterans of British Nuclear testing recognised

Up on the upper deck of a navy ship in the late 1950s, back to the blast, listening to the countdown to detonation. First was the flash, then a rolling thunderclap... Read More

Pāpāmoa Hills closed following death

The summit area of Pāpāmoa Hills Cultural Heritage Regional Park is currently closed. In a post on Facebook, the Bay of Plenty Regional Council says... Read More

New winner to title of NZ's fastest growing city

Move over Tauranga, after 27 years of holding the crown as the country's fastest growing city, there's a new top town - Hamilton. In a tale of two... Read More

Rāhui after body found at BOP swimming spot

A rāhui/restriction is currently in place after a body was found at a popular swimming spot in the Bay of Plenty. Police say a 50-year-old man was found... Read More

Speed climbers to make Olympic debut

Tauranga's Julian David and Sarah Tetzlaff have become the first New Zealand climbers to ever be selected to an Olympic Games team. The two speed climbers... Read More

Whakaari survivors tell of life-changing effects

Survivors of the Whakaari White Island disaster will give accounts of how the tragedy forever changed their lives, when the sentencing of companies guilty of... Read More

Have you seen Straun?

Waikato Police are appealing for the public's help to locate 31-year-old Straun Robertson. Straun was last seen in Kihikihi, Waipa, on February 24 and... Read More

Autorama fun in Pukehina

Rev it up and rally the funds this March! If it's got an engine, get it out for the crowds to enjoy at the Pukehina Surf‘n'Sand Autorama. Whether... Read More

Free entry to the Seniors and Travel Expo!

The Seniors & Travel Expo is set to be bigger and better than ever in 2024. With six successful years in the Bay of Plenty, the Seniors & Travel Expo carefully... Read More

Doing good to build your home

Helping families to have a place to call home is what the Doing Good Foundation is all about. Formerly known as Habitat for Humanity, Doing Good has built 88... Read More

We want your art!

Tauranga Rotary is collecting art for the Annual Book and Art Sale to be held from March 1-3, at the Seeka Coolstore in Harvard Way, Mount Maunganui. Joan... Read More