What‘s on - market, knits, rugby and art

Good morning and welcome to Sunday. Ko te ra tenei i hanga e te Ariki. Ka koa tatou, ka koa hoki ki reira. MetService are forecasting rain at times,... Read More

Community centre at heart of Welcome Bay

The ping-pong of table tennis balls bouncing back and forth is one of the many welcoming sounds people are greeted with upon entering the Welcome Bay... Read More

Emma’s art to encourage people to protect the sea

  Tauranga artist Emma Christie’s poster that greets people at Fergusson Park’s entrance is spreading an anti-pollution message.   The... Read More

Wedding industry awards to be held in August

The wedding industry awards is back after two years of Covid pandemic. The 2022 awards are being held on Saturday August 20 in Rotorua. The mission,... Read More

What‘s on - markets, art, museum, rugby

Good morning and welcome to Saturday. Ko te ra tenei i hanga e te Ariki. Ka koa tatou, ka koa hoki ki reira. MetService are forecasting a mainly fine... Read More

Tauranga Foodbank adds next generation to board

Sarah Burns has recently been appointed to the board of the Tauranga Community Foodbank. Sarah is a solicitor at Holland Beckett Law with an interest... Read More

Tauranga‘s “little festival of big ideas”

Ockham New Zealand Book Award winners and nominees, literature magnates, thought-provoking journalists, and delightful performances are on their way... Read More

Aviation careers expo: The sky is the limit

A possible career in aviation is capturing the attention of Western Bay of Plenty college students. Almost 50 Year 12-13 students and careers advisory... Read More

Top Matariki dish award winners revealed

The winners of the Coastal Bay of Plenty’s inaugural Matariki Dish Challenge have been announced, with a five-piece set menu and a seafood pasta... Read More

Te Puna School bike track is pumping

Break times have become even more exciting for students at Te Puna School with the recent construction of a pump track. Tamariki can be seen biking,... Read More

Marching for fun in Tauranga

The Glengyle Leisure Marching team won’t let their small team size stop them from strutting their stuff at this year’s Leisure Marching Display... Read More

Long lunch at the BOP Garden & Art Festival

A woman who has made a career out of her passion for gardening will host the BOP Garden & Art Festival’s Long Lunch event this November. That... Read More

Tauranga off-street parking fees rise

  Tauranga City workers got a surprise earlier this week when off-street parking fees went up. Tauranga City Council increased the city’s... Read More

BayTrust reports solid financial result

BayTrust achieved a solid revenue result of $17m (6.3 per cent) for the year ended March 31, 2022, allowing Bay of Plenty communities to receive record... Read More

Call being put out to Bay of Plenty artists

The Chorus Cabinet Art Programme is back and the call is out for designs from local artists This year a further five cabinets in Tauranga have been... Read More