Further analysis on Mauao base track repair

A decision has been made to seek more information on the different options to repair the slip on Mauao that destroyed part of the base track. At the... Read More

Public voice opinions on TCC street review

The Tauranga City Council has agreed to explore a series of recommended changes to the 2009 naming of streets, reserves and community facilities policy. The... Read More

Parking fee increases from July 1

People who park in the Tauranga CBD are set to pay more from July 1. In a statement released today, Tauranga City Council says it's going to increase... Read More

Dumping of waste in Coastlands sewer infuriates

Whakatāne District Council operations staff are extremely disappointed following the discovery of a large amount of waste that has been dumped into... Read More

Mrs Fathers ruffling feathers

The saga of the Bureta bus shelter that isn’t, but should be, according to one “annoyed” ratepayer, continued to fester this week…... Read More

New farming infrastructure at Papamoa Hills

A set of yards, a hay barn and woolshed have been installed at the Papamoa Hills Regional Park. The Bay of Plenty Regional Council posted the updates... Read More

Police joint operation keeps Papamoa beach legal

In his haste to evade Police on Saturday, a quad bike owner left his fishing gear behind on Papamoa Beach. “He tried to give us the slip through... Read More

Omokoroa Green Waste to close during July

The Omokoroa Green Waste Drop Off centre will be closed for two weeks during July. Western Bay of Plenty District Council will be closing the facility... Read More

Council to decide on Kulim Park funding

Elected Members will decide on Thursday, June 27 whether to approve an additional $1m in the 2019/2020 Annual Plan for the Kulim Park redevelopment. On... Read More

25 years of coast care work in the Bay

Coast Care Bay of Plenty has shared on their Facebook page images showcasing the before, during, and after of coast care work on beaches in the Bay.... Read More

Trust chairman responds to SAVE Tumu Kaituna

Te Tumu Kaituna 14 Trust chairman Malcolm Short has responded to SAVE Tumu Kaituna following the group announcing to fight a plan that will strip them... Read More

BOP Regional Council follow up dumped mess

The Bay of Plenty Regional Council are thanking members of the public who commented and provided feedback on their Facebook post on June 7,  after... Read More

Council proposes changes to street naming policy

Tauranga City Council's Policy Committee agreed to explore a series of recommended changes to the 2009 Naming of Streets, Reserves and Community... Read More

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

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