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Partnerships lead to record numbers for Council Controlled Organisations

Posted: 24 September 2018

Council’s controlled organisations (CCOs) reported another successful year with visitation and usage of services and facilities being up across the city.

Temporary partial closure for Mauao base track

Posted: 24 September 2018

The Mauao base track will be partially closed next week for the removal of pest vegetation. 

Tauranga city centre Access to Water project receives Judges’ Choice Award

Posted: 21 September 2018

Tauranga City Council’s Access to Water project at Tauranga’s waterfront received the Judges’ Choice Award last night at the inaugural Bay of Plenty Property People Awards. 

Works on track for new urban space

Posted: 19 September 2018

Works at Mount Maunganui’s new urban green space development at 123-141 Maunganui Road are well underway and on track to provide a new space for everyone to enjoy this December 2018.

Tauranga City Council adopts living wage for direct employees

Posted: 19 September 2018

Council agreed today to implement the living wage as a minimum standard for all directly employed Tauranga City Council staff. 

Council adopts Beaches Bylaw 2018

Posted: 18 September 2018

Today the mayor and councillors adopted the Beaches Bylaw 2018, so the community can continue to enjoy Tauranga’s beaches safely and free from nuisance.

City gets ready for new kerbside glass collections

Posted: 13 September 2018

Tauranga City Council is currently delivering around 53,000 glass collection crates across the city in preparation for the new rates-funded kerbside service that starts in October.

Tauranga has best quality of life – apart from the traffic

Posted: 12 September 2018

Tauranga residents are more satisfied about their quality of life than residents of other cities, but we’re also more frustrated about traffic congestion, a new survey has found.

Psychoactive substances policy to protect the wellbeing of the community into the future

Posted: 11 September 2018

Today the Community and Culture Committee adopted the Psychoactive Substances (Local Approved Products) Policy, to protect the Tauranga community should any of those substances become approved for sale in the future

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