Council’s $150m Ōmokoroa Interchange shortlisted

Western Bay of Plenty District Council’s $150 million application for the State Highway 2/Ōmokoroa Intersection has made the Infrastructure Acceleration... Read More

Athenree shared path information session cancelled

The Athenree shared path community information session planned for Wednesday, October 20, has been cancelled to minimise unnecessary risk from Covid-19. The... Read More

LGNZ allay fears over Three Waters agreement

Former Tauranga Mayor and president of Local Government New Zealand, Stuart Crosby, has moved to allay fears over a Heads of Agreement entered with the... Read More

Applications open for council match fund

Tauranga City Council’s Community Development Match Fund is now open for applications for medium grants of up to $10,000. The Match Fund is designed... Read More

Pāpāmoa Hills getting an upgrade

Works for the anticipated Pāpāmoa Hills Cultural Heritage Regional Park upgrade project can now get underway following a blessing of the site. The... Read More

Slow but steady progress on Matatā wastewater

Matatā residents and those in the rest of the Whakatāne district can expect to soon become much better informed about what is happening with the long... Read More

Community asked to help shape Three Waters talk

Western Bay of Plenty District Council is keen to hear from the community the best ways to have a Three Waters reform conversation when the time comes. Council... Read More

Western Bay Council meetings to be livestreamed

This Thursday’s Western Bay of Plenty District Council committee meetings will be recorded and streamed live online. The meetings include a District... Read More

Feedback sought on Lime scooter trial

Tauranga City Council is seeking feedback on the 12-month shared e-scooter rental trial with Lime that began in November 2020. The survey is intended... Read More

Planting day celebrates treatment plant progress

A group of passionate people put their hands in the dirt for a community planting day to celebrate progress on the Waiari water treatment plant. The... Read More

Rotorua projects delayed by Auckland lockdown

Many of Rotorua's major projects, such as the lakefront, aquatic centre and Sir Howard Morrison Performing Arts Centre, have been delayed due effects... Read More

Wander Dogs ready for adventure

This year’s Wander Dogs Summer Series bounds into action next month for a summer of tail-wagging fun. Now into its seventh year, Western Bay of... Read More

TCC adopts RFR land sale policy

Tauranga City Council has adopted the Property Acquisitions and Disposals Policy 2021, which includes a right of first refusal (RFR) for mana whenua... Read More

Council working to address Monmouth Redoubt damage

  Damage to Monmouth Redoubt Reserve in Tauranga’s CBD is becoming a frequent issue for walkers and members of the public who want to experience... Read More

Community input sought on open spaces plan

There’s just one week left to share your ideas in the first round of community feedback on the Te Puke–Maketu Reserve Management Plan review. People... Read More