Historic Village earns TripAdvisor accolade

The Historic Village has been recognised with a TripAdvisor 2019 Certificate of Excellence based on the consistently positive reviews it has received... Read More

Black Hawk arrives in BOP

A Black Hawk from the United States has settled into its new home in the Bay of Plenty. The military helicopter has been spotted flying across the... Read More

Diversifying income the name of the game

Starting out with sheep 30 years ago, the Honeyfield family at Welcome Bay, Tauranga, have diversified their 100ha farm into four different revenue streams... Read More

Small changes for huge impact

The numbers are staggering. Bay of Plenty post-harvest operator Trevelyan’s saved more than 300 tonnes of waste from landfill last year. That’s... Read More

Government funding new scientific programmes

The Government will invest $14.4 million into transformative new scientific research programmes including cutting-edge cancer treatment and vertical farming.... Read More

Wish 4 Fish to run auction alongside McCaws

Proceeds from the Tauranga Gala Dinner charity auction will go to local organisation Wish 4 Fish. The event is into its seventh year and this time round... Read More

Law firm builds bikes

On Friday evening, the team from Holland Beckett Law decided to do something a little different at their annual midyear staff function. “It involves... Read More

Gallagher takes out International Innovation Award

The Gallagher Water Flow Indicator took out the Fieldays International Innovation Award at the International Business Networker on day two of Fieldays... Read More

Initial findings from $7k report released

Released this weekend, key findings from a project regarding a Ngati Whare whanau and the health of their homes are informing the vision of re-establishing... Read More

Prices for winter veggies cool down

Winter vegetables were cheaper in May, Stats NZ says today. Broccoli, potatoes, and cabbages all fell in price in May. “The cooler weather brought... Read More

Strawberry growers asked to vote on levy proposal

Strawberry Growers New Zealand Board is asking growers to vote on a proposal to apply for a levy on strawberries, with voting papers going out today. Following... Read More

Visa delays could cost education sector billions

A briefing document from Education New Zealand warns the lucrative foreign student sector is at risk because of the scale of student visa delays. Institutes... Read More

Murupara‘s businesses cash strapped without ATM

Murupara residents packed out a meeting about what they're going to do for cash after the town's only ATM was driven away in a trailer. The... Read More

Are you doing good in your hood?

Groups doing good for people or the environment in the Bay of Plenty can apply to be part of Z Energy’s 2019 Good in the Hood community fundraising... Read More

BOPRC outline benefit to North Island supply chain

The substantial benefits that the Port of Tauranga’s current operating and governance arrangements bring to the local, regional, and national economy... Read More