Tauranga residents embracing a greener future

Tauranga vehicle retailers and commuters alike are positive about greener alternatives to petrol, which is hovering at just over $3 a litre. The cost... Read More

New carpooling app launches in Tauranga

Four months into the Wednesday Challenge project to change the way we travel, a new carpooling app is being launched in Tauranga. The Liftango carpooling... Read More

Huge weekend of motocross on the cards

All roads lead to the Bay of Plenty this coming weekend, where the start gates will drop at the Battle of the Teams motocross fundraiser event. The... Read More

Bay Rodders rev up fun this weekend

The smell of petrol, the deafening roar of revving engines, and ‘vikings’ on the loose in Tauranga – the Bay Rodders’ WinterBlast... Read More

Te Maunga interchange due to open

There’s light at the end of the rainbow for Tauranga motorists with the partial opening of the Te Maunga interchange due to take place later this... Read More

Tauranga tightening the screws on crime

  They’re tiny, but almost 100 per cent effective against thieves.   Tauranga South Community Patrol’s initiative to get tamper-resistant... Read More

NZTA: Steady progress on SH2 Waihī to Ōmokoroa

Despite the recent wet weather Waka Kotahi is making strong progress with planned safety improvements to the State Highway 2 (SH2) Waihī to Ōmokoroa... Read More

Transport Minister: Drive safe this long weekend

The Government is urging New Zealanders’ to keep safety front of mind when travelling this long weekend.   “Helping get Kiwis home... Read More

BOP programme shows the value of driver‘s licences

  Following the Government’s pre-Budget announcement to commit $86.5 million to fund driving lessons and tests for 64,000 New Zealanders,... Read More

Keeping number plates safe from theft

To combat the increasing numbers of theft of car number plates, Tauranga South Community Patrol will be out in force in Tauranga Crossing’s carpark... Read More

Homologation for FT-60s W Series stand in complete

TOYOTA GAZOO Racing New Zealand’s FT-60 Castrol TRS racing car has officially been homologated (approved for sale) by the FIA as a Formula regional... Read More

Links Avenue bus lane fine bewilders woman

A road trial on Links Avenue in Mount Maunganui continues to confuse people with one warning sent to a woman who didn’t even drive down the street. On... Read More

Electrifying news for BOPDHB car fleet

A $0.631 million co-funding allocation will see 20 electric vehicles transform the Bay of Plenty District Health Board car fleet and slash nearly 88... Read More

Petrol prices could stay high for years - expert

A pricing expert says it is possible petrol could stay at the $3 per litre mark for the next few years with motorists currently facing "a perfect... Read More

Links Ave road trial mistakenly pings driver

A Christchurch man got a big surprise when he was warned for using a bus lane in Mount Maunganui, despite being in Christchurch at the time. James Tomlin... Read More