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Marine Park site to be assessed for future marine research centre in Tauranga

Posted: 19 July 2018

Councillors agreed to assess the recreation reserve Marine Park at Sulphur Point to identify a potential site for the establishment of a purpose-built Marine Research and Educational Facility.

Hamilton Street road closure

Posted: 18 July 2018

A section of Hamilton Street between Durham Street and Willow Street will be closed from Thursday, 19 July.

Winter Nights Winter Lights cancelled for Sunday night

Posted: 15 July 2018

Sunday's Winter Nights Winter Lights has been cancelled due to the strong wind warnings and the heavy rain forecast.

One week left to have your say on the draft Alcohol Control Bylaw 2018

Posted: 12 July 2018

We are reviewing the bylaw that governs the consumption of alcohol in public places, including the alcohol-free areas in Tauranga. Consultation on the draft Alcohol Control Bylaw 2018 closes in one week’s time – at 5pm on Wednesday, 18 July. 

Tauranga’s light festival for everyone

Posted: 09 July 2018

Winter Nights Winter Lights, Tauranga’s light festival for everyone is set to illuminate the city this weekend from Friday, 13 July to Monday, 16 July.

Landmark development partnership established for city centre

Posted: 06 July 2018

Today Tauranga City Council has signed a partnering agreement with leading development company Willis Bond & Co, to work together to create new civic spaces and facilities in the city centre. 

Consultation open on the draft Trade Waste Bylaw 2018

Posted: 06 July 2018

The Local Government Act 2002 requires all bylaws to be reviewed no later than 10 years after their last review. So our current trade waste bylaw – from 2008 – is now due for review.

Hairini Street bus lane opens

Posted: 05 July 2018

A new dedicated city-bound bus lane from Hairini Street onto the Hairini causeway will be operational from tomorrow morning, Friday, 6 July.

Have your say on proposed changes to the street use and public places bylaw

Posted: 02 July 2018

Consultation opens today on Tauranga City Council’s draft Street Use and Public Places Bylaw 2018.

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