Tauranga Council thanked for 12th Ave action

  No liquor ban will be placed in the 12th Ave area in the immediate future, with businesses and residents happy with work being done by Tauranga... Read More

Tauranga Council marks four weeks of new service

Tauranga City Council is marking four-weeks of the new rubbish, recycling and food scraps kerbside service. About 53 per cent of household waste collected... Read More

Council chooses new build for library dilemma

New and modern is the clear winner during council discussions about Ngatea’s new library. After deliberating on two options put forward by the... Read More

Maleme St Transfer Station to close to the public

  The Maleme Street Transfer Station in Tauranga will close to the public today.   The station has been poised to close for a few months... Read More

Tauranga Council receive 7000 calls about bins

  Tauranga City Council received 7000 calls in the first three weeks of the new kerbside rubbish system but recycling standards have seemingly... Read More

Community Funding Policy approved by Council

A policy developed in to ensure robust and transparent administration and distribution of the new $1.81 million Community Grant Fund is being approved... Read More

Audit of Whakatane recycling bins disappointing

A wig, rotten food, a full butane canister, skin cream, pill packets, broken glass and tampon applicators. None of these items are recyclable yet they... Read More

Steve Chadwick to stand down after next election

Former NZ First MP Fletcher Tabuteau has thrown his hat in the 2022 Rotorua mayoralty ring after mayor Steve Chadwick confirmed she will not be standing... Read More

Commissioner reacts to ratepayer protests

Tauranga City Council commission chair Anne Tolley is sympathising with those who may be impacted by increasing rates as part of the city’s Long-term... Read More

Tauranga Council adopts Long Term Plan

Tauranga City Council’s commissioners have adopted the city’s audited 2021-31 Long-term Plan, together with its supporting Revenue and Finance... Read More

TCC labels $1.8m recruitment drive as critical

  A $1.8m recruitment drive is critical in achieving aims set out in the 2021-31 Long-term Plan, says Tauranga City Council.   Council are... Read More

Protestors descend on Tauranga Council

UPDATE 12.56PM: Hundreds of Tauranga ratepayers have descended upon council chambers this afternoon to protest their opposition to a proposed rates increase. A... Read More

New Katikati playground officially opened

Katikati’s new playground is now officially open. Western Bay of Plenty Mayor Garry Webber cut the ribbon along with Hineira Jacob and Avoco Director... Read More

Major works to cause Cameron Rd traffic delays

Major works are starting on Cameron Road to upgrade Tauranga City’s wastewater services. Over the coming months around 3km of sewer pipes, some... Read More

Tauranga Council upgrading 100-year-old pipes

  Regular users of Cameron Road will experience traffic delays next week as about 3km of sewer pipes underneath the main road will be replaced.   Starting... Read More