A sewer main near Windemere Drive has developed a leak resulting in an ongoing sewer overflow that may affect the Waimapu Estuary.
The TECT All Terrain Park in Western Bay has won recognition as New Zealand’s ‘Outstanding Park’.
Holidays are not only a break from school, but for some kids holidays are a break from reading.
A bullet point list of news and updates from around Council for the week beginning 25 November 2011.
Join family favourite entertainer Frankie Stevens, NZ conductor Kenneth Young, and a select group of NZSO musicians for an evening full of beautiful music and carol singing for the whole family.
Approximately 80 people showed up tonight for a public meeting to hear about the Harrison's Cut proposal to be a 'last resort' container deconstruction area.
This week the elected members agreed to allow the use of Harrison's Cut as a 'last resort' transition site for containers being removed from the Rena.
With summer and the holidays fast approaching it’s time for teens to register with Teen Mean Reads, a summer reading programme run by Tauranga City Libraries.
At the Council meeting yesterday (21 November 2011), Elected Members voted to increase the Route K toll for cars and other two axle vehicles to $1.50 from 1 January 2012...
A bullet point list of news and updates from around Council for the week beginning 21 November 2011.
The Tauranga City Council has agreed to allow the use of Harrison's Cut for a 'contingency only' container deconstruction area.
Multi-Grammy award winning soul-funk superstars Earth Wind & Fire and iconic Grammy award-winning blues singer/songwriter Keb Mo have been confirmed!
Resealing work at the intersections of Elizabeth Street and Grey Street and Elizabeth Street and Durham Street will be completed tonight (Monday, 21 November 2011)...
Orange day parade celebrates school road safety.
A report being considered by Tauranga City Council about management of containers recovered from the sea.
Image Credit: Maritime New Zealand
Mayor Stuart Crosby says he is thrilled that Maritime NZ’s NOSC, Mick Courtnell, is lifting the restricted access notices for almost the entire stretch of coast from 6 am tomorrow.
A bullet point list of news and updates from around Council for the week beginning 11 November 2011.
This weekend Maritime NZ will lift the remaining beach access restrictions between Mount Maunganui and Maketu.
This is your chance to see Tauranga’s historic Wurlitzer Organ played by an international Maestro. Don’t miss this rare opportunity!
A bullet point list of news and updates from around Council for the week beginning 4 November 2011.
Despite oily beaches October wasn't all doom and gloom for Tauranga.
Social Development Minister Paula Bennett today announced help for small businesses and sole traders impacted by the Rena grounding.
The Mayor of Tauranga City, Stuart Crosby and General Manager of Baypark Speedway Ltd, Erwin McSweeney, have made the tough decision to cancel the fireworks display...
A bullet point list of news and updates from around Council for the week beginning 28 October 2011.