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Digital security more critical since Covid-19

New Zealand cybercrime continues to grow with the government cyber incident tracking agency, CERT, reporting a 14 percent increase in scams and fraud in...

Caring for our staff and customers

The Rotorua Business Chamber, in association with Te Arawa Covid Hub, is launching a campaign to encourage safer business operations within Rotorua City while...

Share and flex

Far from being only the domain of start-ups and sole traders, flexible office space is allowing large corporates and professionals to be agile in...

It’s heating up at Trustpower Baypark

As the weather gets warmer around Tauranga so does the line-up of summer events at Trustpower Baypark. Baypark Speedway The Speedway season is ready to kick-off...

Farmer Autovillage 30th Year Celebration Grants drive future generations in the...

As Farmer Autovillage celebrates 30 Years this November, the company marks the milestone by giving back to the Bay of Plenty with three community...

Council’s credit rating remains strong

Western Bay of Plenty District Council has retained its strong AA credit rating. International credit rating agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P) says that despite a...

Suburban desk talk

The way we access and use workplaces was already undergoing change prior to the pandemic outbreak, but the global health crisis accelerated some of...

New Kiwifruit Breeding Centre launches to boost innovation

Healthier, better tasting and more sustainability-focused varieties are the goals of the new 50/50 joint venture Kiwifruit Breeding Centre that opens its doors this...

Tower releases new tool revealing Kiwis’ residential flood risks

Tower has invested in detailed modelling showing the risk of flooding from rivers and rain for residential addresses across New Zealand. As of today,...

Flooding maps updated for Western Bay of Plenty

Newly updated flood hazard maps for rural areas and small settlements in the Western Bay of Plenty have been published recently. The new maps have...
Quarry operator Brian Nicoll (left) with Terminator inventor Angus Robson.

Rock project boosted with Terminator

Bay of Plenty raised innovator and entrepreneur Angus Robson is proud of his latest creation’s link to the region, and what it is contributing...

Inspired circuit breaker welcomed by home builder

“Inspired” is how leading national home builder Platinum Homes describes the Government’s announcement on freeing up urban land for housing. “We desperately need a circuit...

EDS attack on forestry ignores threat of climate change

The forest industry is calling a media statement from the Environmental Defence Society an ill-informed rant against forestry which ignores the threat of climate...

Nitro Circus is coming to Trustpower Baypark

Summer is on the horizon and Trustpower Baypark has just confirmed that Nitro Circus will be coming in February 2022. In the meantime, there...

Urban transformation needs to start now

Tauranga is growing quickly and that means we need to focus our efforts on the things that need to happen to accommodate growth and...

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,...

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