Fire trucks called to the Mount

There are reports coming in this evening from SunLive readers that the Mount Ocean Sports Club has been evacuated.  Two fire trucks attended the... Read More

Proud rugby league suburbs square off

After 11 straight defences, the Werohia Shield has been housed in the trophy cabinet at the Otumoetai Eels’ Mitchel Park fortress since 2008. So... Read More

Investigation continues into death of 2 year old

Police are continuing to investigate the suspicious death of a two-year-old girl found dead on the tidal flats at Little Waihi, Maketu. The girl was... Read More

Fashion with a feel-good factor

Buying the latest clothes may be fashion-forward, but we’re taking three steps back when it comes to pollution. More than 3.8 tonnes of clothing... Read More

Woman injured after fall on Motiti Island

A woman has suffered leg injuries after falling on Motiti Island overnight. A police spokesperson says they received a report of woman who had reportedly... Read More

SH29A road closure causing traffic chaos

The NZTA are warning motorists of delays near Baypark, following a planned road closure. The Te Maunga Rail Crossing was closed last night and is set... Read More

Driver licensing changes just tinkering

The Road Transport Forum is disappointed at the proposed driver licensing changes announced by NZTA. Like a number of industries, road transport faces... Read More

Council’s Annual Plan consultation opens today

Tauranga City Council is seeking feedback from today on its Annual Plan 2019/20. The plan updates council’s work schedule and budgets for the... Read More

Six-gold streak for Gisborne sprinter

An extraordinary six-gold haul from teenaged Waikanae beach sprinter Briana Irving highlighted the opening day of the TSB New Zealand surf lifesaving... Read More

123 Secondary Schools to take over BOP Lake

More than 1950 students from 123 schools will take to the water next week to battle it out at the 2019 National Secondary School Waka Ama Championship.... Read More

Rotorua family making debut on our screens

A Rotorua family are set to be reoccurring faces on our TV screens come this Sunday. The Hemana family are just one out of 16 families from Australia... Read More

What’s On: Festivals and bright colours

Good Morning SunLive readers and welcome back to the start of your weekend. I hope you have all had an enjoyable week and have an amazing weekend.... Read More

Mount Maunganui to be splashed with colour

Coronation Park will play host to the Colour Splash, an electric celebration of the ancient Holi festival on Saturday March 23. The event, which is... Read More

Toi Ohomai students cooking up a storm

Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology students are participating in a rescued food cook-off today. The cook off is part of the Food For Thought event,... Read More

Free buses to Tauranga’s Multicultural Festival

Uzabus has announced that they will be putting on free buses for today’s Multicultural Festival. The free buses will run from the Tauranga City... Read More