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News archive May 2017 - January 2015
From next month, freedom campers visiting Tauranga will face the prospect of being issued with an instant fine
Bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 25 May 2017.
Tauranga City Council is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOI) for a long-term development partner to successfully deliver its Heart of the City objectives.
Plans are progressing to create a shared vision for the future development of Tauriko West.
Tauranga City Council is encouraging the community to have its say on the long-term future design of Wharf Street east.
In March, Tauranga City Council initiated an Independent Review into matters relating to building consents, following complaints from some members of the public.
Tauranga City Library on Willow Street will be closed on Sunday, 4 June and Monday, 5 June for required maintenance.
Do you want to play a part in designing the experiences and spaces in the proposed museum and central library in Tauranga's city centre? It’s not too late!
Bullet point list of updates from around Council for the week 18 May 2017.
In the last few days of May, we can observe the winter stars of Matariki rise in the north-eastern horizon just before dawn, signalling the the arrival of the Maori New Year.
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