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Tauranga's central city bus stops changed to Durham Street

Posted: 15 June 2022

Bus users will find their Tauranga city centre bus stops just up the road on Durham and Wharf Streets from today, Monday 13 June.

Council building prepared for demolition as Commission considers site’s future

Posted: 12 May 2022

Hard hats and hoardings will soon become a familiar sight at Tauranga City Council’s Willow Street location, with the demolition of its old civic building set to commence next month.

A new chapter has begun: Tauranga Library opens at He Puna Manawa

Posted: 04 April 2022

The reopening of Tauranga Library today at He Puna Manawa is great news for passionate readers, but also history lovers, online learners and those keen to try their luck at drawing, knitting, genealogy, robotics and other activities in an inclusive community space. 

Community to have their say on future civic precinct

Posted: 21 February 2022

The people of Tauranga will soon have the chance to have their say on one of the most significant projects many will see constructed in the city during their lifetime.

Tauranga’s central library to close for a month as it prepares for next chapter

Posted: 10 February 2022

An exciting new chapter for Tauranga Library is on the horizon, with relocation plans underway that involve closing for a month before opening at a temporary location.

Hello, He Puna Manawa: Customer Service Centre opens at new, interim location

Posted: 24 January 2022

The transformation of the city centre continues, with Tauranga City Council’s Customer Service Centre now open to the community at He Puna Manawa, 21 Devonport Road.

Council administration building lease signed

Posted: 24 December 2021

Tauranga City Council and Willis Bond have finalised lease arrangements for a new Council administration building to be constructed at 90 Devonport Road.

Council gifted name for community hub; countdown to opening begins

Posted: 15 December 2021

People wanting to access key council services in-person will soon have an exciting new destination to visit, called ‘He Puna Manawa’.

Like a heartbeat: Name of Tauranga’s future civic precinct revealed

Posted: 14 December 2021

Tauranga’s future civic precinct is to be called ‘Te Manawataki o Te Papa’ – the heartbeat of Te Papa – when plans for the central city site are brought to life.


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