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Temporary closure of Rata Street/Totara Street intersection next week

Posted: 29 September 2023

Tauranga City Council is replacing an aging sewage pipeline under Rata Street, between the Nikau Crescent/Rata intersection and Totara Street/Rata Street intersection, Mount Maunganui.

Water Shutdown - Ohauiti Road

2/10/2023 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Monday 2  October 2023 
1:00pm - 4:00pm

Totara Street road works postponed

Posted: 27 September 2023

Due to circumstances out of our control the road works on Totara Street due to start on Friday September 29 have been postponed until November.

Revamped Gordon Spratt skatepark ready to roll

Posted: 26 September 2023

What spins your wheels? Whether skateboarding, scooting, BMX, roller/quad or inline skating takes your fancy, spinners are winners when it comes to the revamped Gordon Spratt Reserve skatepark, now open in Pāpāmoa.

Tauranga gears up for economic boost from summer events

Posted: 26 September 2023

Tauranga's summer event calendar is set to impress with a series of exciting events that promise not only entertainment but also a significant economic boost for the city, with a lineup of fresh and returning favourite events.

It's a party in the park with Bark in the Park

Posted: 25 September 2023

Bark in the Park is back for 2023, and everyone is invited to join the fun. This free event, run by the Tauranga City Council Animal Services team, is a family-friendly fun day out for dog owners and their pups.

UPDATED – Totara Street single lane road closure from Friday September 29

Posted: 21 September 2023

Rugby returns to Mount Maunganui Main Beach this December

Posted: 19 September 2023

Rugby is often refined to grass fields, school grounds and local parks. Occasionally, however, you may have spotted a local team training or group of friends throwing a ball around on the beach.

Tauranga STEM Festival celebrates science, technology, engineering and mathematics as you’ve never seen before

Posted: 19 September 2023

Science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM for short, is happening all around us, all the time, without most people ever realising.


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