Locals and visitors are making the most of the revamped waterfront and the eight new street art pieces on central city walls.
Matariki is the Maori name for the star cluster also known as the Pleiades. In the last few days of May, we can observe Matariki rise in the north-eastern horizon just before dawn.
Whether it is the preferred travel method to get to work or school, for recreation or to experience the region’s scenery, cycling is a fun, affordable and healthy way to travel
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 27 April 2017.
The Tauranga Street Art Festival continues to follow its Paradox theme by merging street art events with unexpected locations in Tauranga.
A number of walkways around Tauranga remain closed due to slip damage after severe weather earlier in April.
Do you have a great idea for a community event and need some financial backing to make it happen?
The base track of Mauao remains closed due to damage from Cyclone Cook.
Tauranga’s new tidal stairs, pier and pontoon are now open
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 20 April 2017.
Council is asking the community for feedback on the future look and feel of Durham Street and Durham Lane
Tauranga City Council has decided to revamp Mount Manganui’s Phoenix Park.
Join us on Anzac Day as we honour the soldiers who fought at Gallipoli and other conflicts in which New Zealand has been involved.
Tauranga City Council and Western Bay of Plenty District Council are joining forces to reduce the risk and harm from dog attacks in the sub-region.
The public consultation on the draft Annual Plan 2017/18 is open until 5pm on Thursday 20 April 2017.
Click here to stay updated with the latest information on Cyclone Cook and how to be prepared.
Severe weather update for Cyclone Cook. And a bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 13 April 2017.
Important notice about Thursday's kerbside rubbish collection.
There is a strong wind warning in place from later today. Severe gales with gusts of 150km/h or more are possible.
A Severe Weather Watch remains in place in the Bay of Plenty for the heavy rain and high winds that are anticipated today and tomorrow.
More of the base track on Mauao has now been reopened and is accessible from the Mount Maunganui beach side of the mountain.
A plan to upgrade Tauranga’s parking machines to a paperless system has been postponed until July.
Three trees behind the Memorial Park pump station will be felled this week as part of work on the Southern Pipeline harbour crossing installation.
Tauranga City Council will begin to seek feedback from the Welcome Bay community to find out whether they support the development of a supermarket on Council-owned land.
The New Zealand Society of Local Government Managers (SOLGM) recognises excellence in government through their annual awards
There is a Severe Weather Watch in place for the heavy rain that we are expecting tomorrow and Thursday.
Tauranga waterfront’s new tidal stairs, pier and pontoon are opening to the public today.
The existing Mauao base track closure will remain in place until 5pm on Tuesday 11 April.
Join us as we honour the soldiers who fought at Gallipoli and other conflicts.
A bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 6 April 2017.
UPDATED: A section of the Mauao base track has fallen away in a large slip.
Construction has begun on the final stage of the Southern Pipeline – the Harbour Crossing – with drilling works set to start from next month.
A quick rundown from Tauranga City Council.
Council’s City Transformation committee has supported a recommendation to develop Phoenix Park to include an accessible open space and parking.
The base track on Mauao has been closed for public safety due to storm damage, including slips and debris.
Mount Maunganui Beachside Holiday Park has been recognised through Qualmark’s Gold Sustainable Tourism Business Award.
A section of Grenada Street between Sandhurst Drive and Sunrise Ave will be closed later this afternoon due to surface flooding.