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Mandatory record keeping: What you need to know

In the wake of the recent lockdown, the Government has announced that mandatory record keeping is being introduced for busy places and large gatherings....
LawVu founders Tim Boyne and Sam Kidd

LawVu receives fund injection

An industry-leading Tauranga start up has crowned off a major earnings surge with a capital injection of $17 million from a New York venture...
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Bike tech brake sensor and app to seek investment

Potential investors have plenty of options to choose from at the Rotorua Pitch Night on 28 July. Six businesses are lined up to pitch, from...

Council purchases land as part of marine precinct strategic review

Tauranga City Council is set to buy back a key area of land at Sulphur Point as growth plans for the Tauranga Marine Precinct...
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Greener leases

There is significant dialogue happening in the office sector currently around ESG – environmental, social and governance – and how these three pillars or...

The Labour Report – Now and in the future

Most jobs in the last 5 years were created in: Construction Administration Health Care Hospitality Professional, Scientific & Technical Services When we look at subjects...

Digital hub brings benefits to Katikati

Katikati’s new digital hub in The Centre – Pa_tuki Manawa has fast become a hot spot for people seeking to connect and easily access...
Josh Dillner with Dr Ra_pata Wiri showcasing the Te Reo Ma_ori app.

World-leading app to train teachers in Te Reo Māori

Bay of Plenty teachers now have access to a world-leading Te Reo Ma_ori app, through a Ministry of Education initiative aimed at strengthening New...

Seeka announces an equity investment in Fruitometry

New Zealand’s largest kiwifruit grower Seeka announces an equity investment in Fruitometry an innovative horticultural agritech. In its first year Fruitometry successfully delivering a...

Three options for income starved investors

With the economy having recovered strongly from the events of 2020, the Reserve Bank is paring back its monetary stimulus programme. Interest rates are set...
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PMG closes investment offer in Bethlehem Town Centre

Hundreds of Bay locals now own a slice of their own backyard. Over 2000 new investors, including many Bay of Plenty residents, have jumped at...

Comedy Cellar Championships coming to Tauranga and Rotorua

Get your team ready and get ready to compete! Comedy Cellar, New Zealand’s largest wine tasting competition (and a huge night of entertainment), is...

Craigs Investment Partners appoints new chief executive

Tauranga-headquartered Craigs Investment Partners has announced the appointment of a new chief executive officer, Simon Tong, to replace his outgoing predecessor Frank Aldridge. Craigs’ chair...

Trustpower Arena is turning 10!

In August Trustpower Baypark Arena is celebrating its 10th anniversary. The Arena has been an integral part of the Tauranga community now for 10...
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Pandemic inspires New Zealand software product uptake

Leading New Zealand fresh produce software provider Radfords, which has its base in Tauranga, has overcome some initial global pandemic-related challenges to realign how...
Road Science’s Mobile Data Capture Unit and the Mobile Mapper vehicle

Road Science wins NZ Workplace Safety Award

Working on New Zealand roads is now a whole lot safer thanks to Tauranga firm Road Science, which has devised a way to substantially...

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