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Pets in the pandemic open opportunities for Bay of Plenty producer

A Te Puke-based pet food producer is preparing for an influx in demand for its products as the pandemic puts pressures on global supply,...

Council backs community projects with funding

Thirty five community groups from across the Western Bay of Plenty have been granted a share of $140,000 from Council’s Community Matching Fund. To be...

Commissioners’ Three Waters reform proposal

The Government’s Three Waters Reform proposal aims to ensure that all New Zealand communities have safe and sustainable drinking water supplies, wastewater reticulation, treatment...

Trustpower Baypark is back in business

Trustpower Baypark is open and gearing up for an exciting line-up of events to finish off 2021. As the “Hub of Entertainment” for Tauranga...
Artist’s impression of proposed new waterfront development in Whakatane.

Whakatane’s new Marine Precinct going through funding process

Whakatane’s ambitious project to create a new boat harbour on the Whakatane River has been advancing its investigative works in preparation for filing its...

Dr Matt Glenn named inaugural Kiwifruit Breeding Centre CEO

The Board of the newly established Kiwifruit Breeding Centre is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr Matt Glenn as its inaugural Chief Executive...

Farmer Autovillage – Celebrating 30 years of excellence

From small beginnings 30 years ago across the harbour on the corner of Elizabeth Street and Cameron Road, Farmer Autovillage has become a distinctive...

It takes a village – Driving support for the community

Numerous charities and groups including Tauranga Foodbank, Waipuna Hospice, Breast Cancer Bay of Plenty, Homes of Hope, Tauranga Ladies Luncheon, A Night Before Christmas,...

One of the country’s most awarded dealer groups

When it comes to displaying all the awards won by Farmer Autovillage and its team, there would not be enough wall space to hang...

Three Waters – ideological government indulging sectional political constituency

Tim Hunter’s excellent piece in NBR, 20 August, The flaw at the heart of water reform called attention to the disjunction between councils’ 100 percent ownership of the infrastructure with their 50 percent control of the oversight boards. This understates the impact of the three waters proposal.

Charging ahead

Just as the Autovillage premises have evolved, so too are the vehicles offered to Autovillage customers. Mike Farmer says electric vehicles are among the most...

Farmer Autovillage eyes exciting future

Rapidly developing car technology, electric vehicles, changing purchasing habits and expanding brand choices make for an exciting future for the team and customers at...
Dark servers data center room with computers and storage systems 3D rendering

Data centres in demand

The global pandemic has ramped up demand for data centres around the world and it’s a trend that’s taking off in New Zealand, too. Bayleys’...

Drop Your Boss: Bay of Plenty bosses take the plunge for...

Some may dream of an opportunity to throw their boss out of a plane, but for 19 community leaders in the Western Bay of...
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Office extras prove worth

Bayleys’ global real estate partner Knight Frank recently released its (Y)OUR SPACE report, which drew on responses from almost 400 international businesses. It found...

Results Released: The EMA Workplace Wellbeing Survey

Nearly 600 respondents participated in the inaugural EMA Workplace Wellbeing Survey 2021 which was delivered in partnership with nib New Zealand. The results highlighted challenges,...

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