Council

Heartbreaking reality of Mount’s air quality

It was 'really heartbreaking” for Joel Ngatuere to hear that the reason one of the kuia living at Whareroa Marae was sick was because of where she lived. This... Read More

Council cadet inspires mum back into workforce

When 25-year-old Arianna Barrett landed a cadetship with Tauranga City Council, she had no idea her enthusiasm would inspire her mother, Gaylene Kem, to apply... Read More

Tauranga mayoral race: Mahé Drysdale

In July, Tauranga will choose who will be running their city for the first time in five years. A mayor and nine councillors will replace the four-person commission... Read More

Tauranga mayoral race: Greg Brownless

In July, Tauranga will choose who will be running their city for the first time in five years. A mayor and nine councillors will replace the four-person commission... Read More

Funding for community-driven waste reduction

Applications are now open for the 2024/2025 Tauranga City Council Resource Wise Community Fund, offering financial support for community initiatives aimed at... Read More

$14.7m back-up generators to keep lights on

Energy distributor Powerco is spending nearly $15 million to boost electricity supply to the Coromandel. An $8.6 million infrastructure project is under way... Read More

Rangitāiki River stopbank construction completed

Construction on a 1.25km section of Rangitāiki River stopbank next to Thornton Beach Road is now complete. This upgrade is part of Toi Moana Bay of Plenty... Read More

Western Bay: Time to renew dog registration

Dog registration fees are now due in the Western Bay, with the colour of tags switching over from yellow to blue for the 2024/25 year. There are increases... Read More

Renewed Beacon Wharf, now open for the community

The historic and once derelict Beacon Wharf, situated at the northern end of the city centre waterfront on Dive Crescent, has had a comprehensive upgrade and... Read More

Tauranga mayoral race: Aurel Braguta

In July, Tauranga will choose who will be running their city for the first time in five years. A mayor and nine councillors will replace the four-person... Read More

New food programme to help older community

When a debilitating injury turned 77-year-old Carol's* world upside down, her limited mobility made simple everyday tasks a difficult and painful challenge. The... Read More

New marine research hub for Marine Park site

A state-of-the-art marine research and education facility will be established at Sulphur Point in Tauranga after years of controversy surrounding the future... Read More