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Trustpower Baypark – we make it happen

Moving into Orange for Easter was a tremendous boost for Trustpower Baypark. Just in time for Speedway and the end of season Fireworks Display...

A Solution to Skills Shortages

Skilled British Workers - The Fast Track Way to Recruit from the UK With closed borders for the last couple of years to all but...

Eastern Bay powers up project to grow mussel spat

The Eastern Bay of Plenty has been making steady economic progress in recent years with GDP up over 10 percent in Whakatane in the...

LawVu hits the trifecta for funding

It has been three in a row for Tauranga based software company LawVu with the company recently completing a $17 million capital fund raising...

Hunt is on for young problem solvers

Priority One called Western Bay of Plenty’s young, bright minds to attend the virtual launch of the 2022 Young Innovator Awards (yia!) in March. Students,...

Toi Ohomai begins Te Pūkenga co-branding

Recently, Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology (Toi Ohomai), the largest tertiary education provider in the Bay of Plenty and South Waikato launched its new...

Enterprise Angels invests in 100 innovative NZ companies

Late January marked a great milestone for Enterprise Angels, which invested in its 100th start-up. The journey began in 2008 and since then EA’s...

Bay of Plenty business teams excel

Competition was tight in this year’s Aotearoa Bike Challenge with a number of Bay of Plenty workplaces taking out places in the national workplace...

Surging demand for sustainable packaging sees Contour International quadruple capacity

Contour International have serviced and supported the food production sector with packaging solutions for over 20 years. Despite the pandemic, the last two years...

Timber Design Centre to create future where timber construction leads the...

Envisioning a future where timber is used more widely in mid to high rise buildings and contributes to carbon neutral targets, is an exciting...

Trustpower Baypark moves into the new year with a great line-up

It started well – then the restrictions mandated with the Government Protection Framework Red Traffic Light at the end of January changed the way...

Rates rebalancing is looming for Tauranga

Some Tauranga businesses face a significant rates increase as the recently reappointed city commissioners work to rebalance the city’s transport rating inequities. They have...

First Zespri Kiwifruit charter vessel sails for Japan

The first 4,100 tonnes (1.15 million trays) of this season’s Zespri SunGold Kiwifruit have left Port of Tauranga, bound for Kobe and Tokyo in...
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Tauranga braces for political change

One of the most remarkable political developments seen in the Bay of Plenty in a while has been the recently announced retirement of long-serving...

Bluelab takes out top national award

As the world wakes up to the significant challenges presented by feeding a growing global population, CEA (Controlled Environment Agriculture) is gaining traction as...

Pilkington retires as Port of Tauranga chair

Long-serving Port of Tauranga chair David Pilkington has announced his retirement for later this year after nine years in the role and nearly 17...

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