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Building a better Tauranga through community funding

Posted: 17 July 2023

There are some amazing groups doing great things for our community and Tauranga City Council wants to make sure funding support is provided in the right way.

New Year’s Eve: Free, family-friendly community celebrations are back

Posted: 14 November 2022

Grab your whānau, a picnic blanket and your dancing shoes and head to one of five community New Year’s Eve celebrations taking place across Tauranga on Saturday, 31 December.

Wellbeing and safety projects find favour with Ōtūmoetai community

Posted: 22 August 2022

Better walking and cycling connections, safety improvements at key intersections and growth of commercial/retail centres received a thumbs up during community consultation on a plan for the future of Ōtūmoetai Peninsula.

Tauranga City Council thanks the community

Posted: 15 August 2022

Thanks Tauranga, together, we’ve nearly halved our household waste going to landfill.

Skies clear for magical Matariki Kite Day

Posted: 22 June 2022

It was a wet start to the weekend, but the skies cleared in time for hundreds of colourful kites to take flight for Matariki Kite Day on Sunday, 19 June. 

Council commits to big investment in community facilities

Posted: 24 May 2022

Tauranga City Council Commissioners have approved significant investment in a range of community facilities and projects during today’s 2022/23 Annual Plan deliberations meeting.

Council seeks community feedback on plan to support future growth of Ōtūmoetai

Posted: 22 March 2022

Tauranga City Council is asking the Ōtūmoetai, Matua, Brookfield, Bellevue and Judea communities what they want the future of their area to look like.

February is Bike Month

Posted: 17 January 2022

Bike Month celebrates cycling in February with a jam-packed calendar full of free cycling activities across Tauranga and the Western Bay of Plenty.

Partnership between Tauranga City Council and Ministry for Ethnic Communities benefits the city’s diverse community

Posted: 22 December 2021

Tauranga City Council is the first council in New Zealand to sign a ‘working together’ agreement with the newly established Ministry for Ethnic Communities.


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