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Winning entry for the Business Award Innovation category for their reception chairs

Bay of Plenty’s Kale Print win big on national stage once...

Established in 1993 with the goal to promote excellence in print in New Zealand, the Pride In Print Awards have been a pinnacle of...

Seeka announces six month interim results

$30.8m net profit before tax – up 77% on six months to 30 June 2020. Listed New Zealand produce company Seeka Limited, with operations in...
F orest Owners Association President Phil Taylor said the Beef+Lamb report was a worthy contribution to the land use debate, but that it raised more questions than it answered.

Foresters say afforestation report raises more questions than it answers

The Forest Owners Association said in a statement that the recent Beef+Lamb-commissioned survey on forest planting rates is nowhere near robust nor detailed enough...

Community input sought on three waters reform proposal

Tauranga City Council commissioners are calling for community input to include in feedback to the Government on its three waters reform proposal. Commission Chair Anne...
Rotorua lakefront redevelopment

Rotorua looks to its legacy of resilience

Rotorua has long been known for its strong legacy of resilience and ongoing expression of kaitiakitanga and manaakitanga. Its history tells a unique story...

Stressed sector working hard for New Zealand

A new survey commissioned by Registered Master Builders for its annual Constructive Forum highlights key issues facing the building and construction sector: 95% of...

Shelving the ‘outdated’ library overdue fine

Opōtiki District Library has joined the growing number of libraries in New Zealand and around the world that are shelving the ‘odd and outdated’...

No end in sight for shipping delays

The head of Port of Tauranga is cautioning that shipping delays and problems are likely to linger for many more months as the global...
Todd Muller

Muller contemplates life after parliament

One of the most interesting political trajectories Bay of Plenty citizens have seen in local politics has been Western Bay of Plenty MP Todd...

Cultural Awareness for the Workplace

Begin your journey of understanding and insight into Te Ao Māori. Are you an individual who wants to have confidence in conversing in basic Te...
Children playing sports enjoying the community facility at Trustpower Baypark

A facility for the whole community

The Trustpower Arena is not only home to local indoor sporting codes, it also hosts numerous regional and national tournaments. Almost every day the six-court...

From concept to reality to meet community needs

Trustpower Arena at Baypark is celebrating ten years of activity since opening in late August 2011 By 2005 the need for a new recreation, event...

That’s entertainment!

The level and variety of entertainment has grown substantially since opening in 2011. Initially, with the Arena being a new regional venue, concert promoters...

Baypark also means business

The multi-use portfolio of Trustpower Arena is evident in the growth of business events. The Arena is promoted strongly through various commercial industries and hosts...
Acorn Foundation Chair Lesley Jensen & CEO Lori Luke.

Acorn Foundation makes record distribution

This month the Acorn Foundation is celebrating a record contribution of over $2M to the Western Bay of Plenty community – the Foundation’s largest...

Trustpower Arena – officially double digits!

Last month Trustpower Arena hit double digits. Unfortunately the latest Covid-19 developments got in the way of our celebrations, but we will be doing...

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