Online ballots replace paid union meetings

Primary teachers and principals will now vote in online ballots about whether to accept the Ministry’s latest collective agreement offers, following... Read More

Toi Ohomai students leaving a legacy

Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology students are focusing on leaving a legacy in their future careers. This new focus was put to the test by 11 students... Read More

From Tauranga and law, to rugby and Scotland

Tauranga’s Mungo Mason has traded textbooks for footy boots as he chases a professional rugby career in his homeland of Scotland. Mungo completed... Read More

Scholarship promoting inclusion through sport

The University of Waikato are introducing a scholarship to help open up sport and active recreation for impaired individuals. The scholarship will give... Read More

School bus routes set to change

Bay of Plenty Regional Council has taken to Facebook to advise parents and students of changing school bus routes. Routes that will change starting... Read More

Tauranga students protest for climate change

Children and young adults gathered in Mount Maunganui’s new urban space Te Papa O Nga Manu Porotakataka on Friday to protest and raise awareness... Read More

EVolocity is backing the Bay

Three students from Papamoa College have earned ‘bragging rights’ after becoming the fastest team to convert a standard mountain bike into... Read More

Multiple crews battling Rotorua blaze

Multiple fire crews are currently battling a blaze in Rotorua. The vegetation fire is on Rongomai Road, Horohoro and is being put out by five fire... Read More

Black Ferns help run Kiwi Can

Black Ferns players Toka Natua, Sarah Hirini and Stacey Waaka have been participating recently in the Kiwi Can programme at Mount Maunganui Intermediate,... Read More

BOP swimmers to compete at national level

Budding pro-swimmers from the BOP will be making their first splash into a new pool of challenges when they compete at a national competition this month. Around... Read More

Timetable and route change for school buses

A timetable and route change for bus route 801b starts tomorrow, Monday March 11. This will affect students in Ohauiti and Maungatapu attending Tauranga... Read More

Free breakfast for UoW students

University of Waikato students are invited to a free breakfast on Tuesday, March 12 on the Tauranga waterfront from 7.30am-9am. Downtown Tauranga and... Read More

Preventable drowning toll down, rescue numbers up

The country’s 2018 preventable drowning toll might be the second-lowest in 20 years, but Water Safety New Zealand insist there is no room for complacency.... Read More

From Tauranga to Ho Chi Minh City

Sometimes the best opportunities in life are simply down to being in the right place at the right time. For business student Nick Badger, carpooling... Read More

Promoting mental wellbeing in schools

Creating a positive environment at school will promote mental wellbeing among students, says ACG Tauranga principal and leading educationalist Thea Kilian. While... Read More