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Blessing marks the start of Wairākei Stream landscaping enhancement

Posted: 19 October 2018

Tangata whenua, together with Tauranga City Council elected members, yesterday led a blessing on the banks of the Wairākei Stream, to mark the beginning of a landscape enhancement plan.

Council adopts revised governance structure

Posted: 18 October 2018

Tauranga City Council has voted to amend its governance structure, with changes to the membership of standing committees and a revised meeting frequency. 

First three of 109 crosses installed at Tauranga waterfront

Posted: 17 October 2018

The first three of Tauranga’s 109 crosses have been put in place in a dawn ceremony at the waterfront as part of the city’s Armistice commemorations.

Marine Park site considered for new marine facility

Posted: 16 October 2018

Council agreed today to support in principle to seek revocation of the recreation reserve status from an area of land at Marine Park.

Council recommends new special housing area in Papamoa East

Posted: 16 October 2018

Council confirmed today that it will recommend the establishment of a new special housing area in Papamoa East.

Tauranga City Council wages war on wet wipes

Posted: 16 October 2018

Two tonnes of wet wipes – the size of a small elephant – clog Tauranga City Council’s wastewater system every week, costing hundreds of thousands of dollars a year to clean up and risking Tauranga’s environment.

Last call to give feedback on your local park

Posted: 15 October 2018

Tauranga City Council is seeking your feedback on the draft Tauranga Reserves Management Plan, which guides our decision-making around almost every reserve in the city – including your local park.  

Council proposes ‘sinking lid’ policy on gambling venues and gaming machines

Posted: 15 October 2018

Tauranga City Council is reviewing the policy that sets out how many and where gambling venues (TAB venues and places with gaming machines, aka pokies) can set up in Tauranga, and how many gaming machines can operate in the city.

Partial track closure next week at Matua Salt Marsh

Posted: 12 October 2018

A short section of the Matua Salt Marsh track will be closed while improvement work is undertaken next week.

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