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Road closures - 2 December 2022

Posted: 02 December 2022

List of road closures from around council for the week beginning 2 December 2022


Innovative infrastructure funding agreement confirmed

Posted: 02 December 2022

An innovative infrastructure funding model approved by the Government this week will deliver a wide range of benefits for Tauranga City Council and city ratepayers over the coming decades.

It's time to switch off the sprinkler

Posted: 01 December 2022

Summer water restrictions take effect in Tauranga today, 1 December, until 28 February 2023 as part of Tauranga City Council’s Water Watchers Plan.

Rock removal at Pilot Bay on Monday

Posted: 01 December 2022

A section of the top carpark at the Pilot Bay boat ramp will be closed on Monday, 5 December from 6am – 3pm, to allow for some rocks to be safely removed from the ocean.

Come and play in Tauranga’s city centre this summer

Posted: 01 December 2022

Summer is here and so too is a great opportunity for people of all ages to enjoy a fun-filled range of events in Tauranga’s city centre over the coming months.

Putting art into action

Posted: 30 November 2022

It’s not the most typical teen hangout, but local artist and lecturer Darcell Apelu has always loved visiting museums and art galleries

Summer sees the return of the Tauranga City Libraries flagship reading challenge Kia Kaha te Pānui

Posted: 30 November 2022

The countdown to summer is on, and Tauranga City Libraries has just the ticket to keep young readers busy and entertained over the holiday period.

The gigs keep coming for Tauranga’s summer season

Posted: 29 November 2022

Tauranga is on its way to being the ultimate gig destination, with nine major concerts locked in for the summer season and more to be announced.

Partial land reclassification confirmed for Gate Pā Recreation Reserve

Posted: 28 November 2022

A place to acknowledge and reflect on the impact of the New Zealand land wars on Tauranga Moana is one step closer, with Council today confirming its decision to reclassify part of the Gate Pā Recreation Reserve to provide space for the Pukehinahina Gate Pā Cultural and Historic Centre to be established in the future. 


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