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Matariki Tauranga Moana 2021

Posted: 17 June 2021

Matariki Tauranga Moana celebrations are in full swing this June with a great programme of events to welcome the Māori New Year. 

Show some restraint – it’s the law

Posted: 14 June 2021

Restraints, seatbelts, safety belts, child seats - whatever you call them their importance cannot be overstated, quite simply they save lives.

Be Bright, Be Safe, Be Seen

Posted: 14 June 2021

Travel Safe are reminding Tauranga and Western Bay of Plenty road and path users to be bright, be safe and be seen this winter. 

Matariki Tauranga Moana 2021

Posted: 11 June 2021

Matariki Tauranga Moana celebrations are in full swing this June with a great programme of events to welcome the Māori New Year.

Tauranga’s long-term plan draws 1,787 submissions

Posted: 11 June 2021

Tauranga City Council Commissioners will hear submissions on the city’s draft 2021-31 long-term plan at a series of hearings next week.

Ngā Poutiriao ō Mauao to restore Waipatukakahu on Mauao and re-establish cultural heritage site

Posted: 10 June 2021

Ngā Poutiriao ō Mauao is to begin works to restore Waipatukakahu puna or stream on Mauao and re-establish the historical site as its traditional cultural purpose.

Native trees given new home on Maunganui Road

Posted: 04 June 2021

To create a calmer and more welcoming entry to Mount Maunganui, Tauranga City Council has planted a series of mature pohutukawa, totara, titoki and Norfolk pine trees along Maunganui Road.

Last chance to have your say on long-term plan

Posted: 04 June 2021

Tauranga residents are being urged to have their say on the most important long-term plan in the city’s history before consultation closes on Monday.

Road closures - 3 June 2021

Posted: 03 June 2021

List of road closures from around council for the week beginning 3 June 2021.

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