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Bright and bold for road safety

Posted: 01 December 2023

Beaming with smiles and dressed in bright orange costumes, more than 800 students from 28 schools have hit the streets of Mount Maunganui sharing important messages about road safety and active travel.

Detours in place for Cameron Road/ Eleventh Avenue intersection night works closure

Posted: 01 December 2023

The Cameron Road/ Eleventh Avenue intersection will be closed to traffic at nights from 6pm Sunday, 3 December to 6am Friday, 8 December for work to resurface the intersection.

Breathtaking Ōmanawa Falls experience opens in time for summer

Posted: 01 December 2023

Bay of Plenty residents and visitors alike will be able to enjoy the beauty of Te Rere o Ōmanawa/ Ōmanawa Falls this summer after the newly-enhanced site opens this weekend.

Tauranga scores with a thrilling lineup of summer sport!

Posted: 01 December 2023

From tennis rackets to cricket bats, and squash balls to rugby balls, Tauranga is gearing up for an incredible summer of sport.

Night road closures at Tara Road and Parton Road roundabout

Posted: 30 November 2023

To significantly improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists at the Tara Road and Parton Road roundabout in Pāpāmoa, Tauranga City Council is installing four signalled, raised crossings. To allow the safe construction of the crossings, night closures are required for five nights starting Sunday, 3 December 2023.

Tertiary students gear up for summer of learning at Council

Posted: 29 November 2023

An opportunity to bring learnings from lectures into real-world experience has become a reality for 23 tertiary students who started summer internships and research projects at Tauranga City Council last week.

A ‘living seawall’ will bring marine life to Tauranga waterfront

Posted: 28 November 2023

Work has begun on a new ‘living seawall’ that will attract marine plants and animals to the waterfront along The Strand in Tauranga city centre.

Tauranga City Council hits pause on parking proposal and Cameron Road bus lanes

Posted: 27 November 2023

Tauranga City Council have taken community feedback on board and deferred several planned parking initiatives in the city, as well as delaying the roll-out of part-time bus lanes on Cameron Road.

More funding options for community groups

Posted: 24 November 2023

Community groups will have more funding options available to them following a change to Tauranga City Council’s Community Funding Policy.


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