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Council explores Civic Project Master Plan costs

Tauranga City Commissioners, in a council meeting in late February, have agreed to consult with the community on cost options to create the new...

Tauranga CBD’s Farmers’ complex nearing completion

Some Bay locals and visitors have been caught out by the Tauranga commissioners’ decision to go ahead with long delayed major road works in...

Forest owners urged to look at Australian policy

The Forest Owners Association is telling the government that Australia’s support of plantation forestry is in sharp contrast to the increasingly restrictive measures being...

Business Park vision takes major step forward

297 Te Puna Station Road is set to be developed as part of the planned Te Puna Business Park to support the region’s fast...

Priority One Tauranga Moana applauds Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta’s decision

Priority One Tauranga Moana applauds Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta’s decision to re-appoint Tauranga City Council’s Commission until July 2024, announced today. We acknowledge that...

Human-based functions usurped by automation creating challenges

Industrial logistics and warehousing businesses are hurtling towards the wider use of automation and it’s a hot topic in the property world with implications...

Home ownership in New Zealand requires a whole lot of Grit

The road to home ownership is a tough one for most New Zealanders, even more so today with the New Zealand median house price...

Folly of the native forest carbon solution 

The Farm Forestry Association claims anthropologist Dame Anne Salmond’s recently publicised view, that planting native forests offers the best solution to the climate crisis,...

Business sector feedback wanted

As part of Tauranga City Council’s forthcoming 2022/23 Annual Plan and 2021-31 Long-term Plan Amendment processes, the Commissioners want to hear from the business...

TECT Park gains international recognition

The Bay’s TECT Park has been recognised as a top 10 winner in the Green Flag International People’s Choice Award. The 1650-ha TECT Park in Upper Pyes...

Bay Venues supports Healthy School Lunch programme

At the tail-end of 2020, Bay Venues established Healthy School Kai to cater for large schools in the area who had been chosen to...

Tauranga shipping schedules remain fraught

With the exporting season in full swing, the grief experienced with shipping delays and capacity constraints last year is unlikely to ease much this...

BOP apartment developments: When is enough enough?

As the housing crisis continues to bite, in this edition we are spotlighting the rapidly emerging, and relatively recent phenomenon of apartment living for...

Santa Fe Shutters: meeting 2022 challenges head on

When Santa Fe Shutters’ owner Gail Christie and her husband Paul bought the business 20 years ago, they had three employees. Fast-forward 20 years...

Progress on Whakatane harbour development

A new boat harbour proposed for Whakatāne is one step closer to construction with the recent formalisation of a partnership between Te Rāhui Lands...

Fertco and TerraCare join forces

Last month Bay of Plenty company Fertco purchased Te Awamutu-based fertiliser company TerraCare from the Macky family. Fertco, based near the Port of Tauranga, currently...

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