Posted: 15 November 2023
Tauranga City Council is welcoming two new aspiring directors to the Bay Venues Ltd and Tourism Bay of Plenty boards as part of the council-controlled organisation (CCO) Board Intern Programme.
Posted: 04 April 2023
Tauranga City Council’s Commission has confirmed the appointment of five board members across Te Manawataki o Te Papa Limited, Tauranga Art Gallery Trust and Bay Venues Limited.
Posted: 21 March 2023
Three key appointments relating to Tauranga’s civic precinct have been confirmed, helping to set the once-in-a-generation development up for future success.
Posted: 19 January 2023
Tauranga City Council is pleased to announce it has made new appointments to the Tauranga Art Gallery Trust (TAGT) and Tourism Bay of Plenty (TBOP) boards.
Posted: 12 December 2022
The vision for the heart of Tauranga’s city centre is closer to becoming a reality, with several significant milestones for the city’s future civic precinct – Te Manawataki o Te Papa – reached today.
Posted: 14 November 2022
Tauranga City Council is proposing that a formal governance structure be established to ensure the redevelopment of the civic precinct in Tauranga’s city centre provides the desired community outcomes.
Posted: 04 October 2022
From enjoying a dip at Baywave and soaking at the Mount Hot Pools, to admiring art and feasting at foodie events, Tauranga locals and visitors are benefitting from what the city’s Council Controlled Organisations (CCOs) have on offer.
Posted: 24 August 2022
A proposal that aims to reconcile longstanding grievances associated with land in Tauranga’s city centre, set to undergo a major transformation in the coming years, is being shared with the community for feedback.
Posted: 25 July 2022
We can’t change the past, but we can do our best to right past wrongs.