Latest Bay of Plenty News

NZ police accepts IPCA report into Tauranga shooting
NZ police accepts IPCA findings into Tongariro search
New Police and Customs dog teams set for action
Water incident – Western Bay of Plenty Lower Kaimai
They’re good as gold – Police graduation tomorrow
Western Waikato’s new Area Commander
NZ police accepts IPCA report on justified use of force against woman
Revival of Māori Horticulturists
Farmer-led projects to improve water health in Canterbury and Otago
Tupu Aotearoa continues expansion to Pacific communities in Nelson, Marlborough, Tasman & Northland
Huge investment in new and upgraded classrooms to boost construction jobs
For their community and country – police graduation tomorrow
UPDATE: Body located at Papamoa Beach
More Kiwis benefitting from life-saving bowel screening
1 new imported case of COVID-19 20 October
Bay of Plenty police disappointed by results of road policing operation
3100 jobs created through marae upgrades
Ruakura Inland Port development vital infrastructure for Waikato
Townsville in top 100 sustainable destinations in world
Shorebirds start nesting in Eastern Bay of Plenty
PGF helps Bay of Plenty youth find jobs
Three Bay of Plenty Māori development projects set for PGF support
NZ police arrest eight people in drugs and other items seized
NZ police acknowledge and accept IPCA findings 29 September
Māori development receives funding
Town halls and war memorials in PGF renovation programme
Anglers delight as Fishing Season 2020 set to commence
PGF funding for Jobs for Nature programme
Iwi community hub opens in Murupara
Jobs for Nature boosts efforts to restore Kaimai-Mamaku
Financial support for timber industry
Hundreds more regional apprenticeships
Boosting regional tourism recovery through events
Wilding pine control efforts ramp up
PGF investment in regional education and skills training
More community providers funded for fight against meth harm
Seals hitting beaches in Eastern Bay of Plenty
116 community conservation projects to get extra support to back nature
Govt supporting businesses and protecting jobs
Tupu Aotearoa continues expansion to support Pacific communities in Wellington and Canterbury
More action on waste – Government funds recycling infrastructure, moves to standardise kerbside collections
Police renew appeal to identify deceased man found at Nambour in 2008
Low-emissions options for heavy transport a step closer
Newest Police leading way – graduation of 56 constables
New home for natives at Wharere Canal
Cole Face of Wellbeing
Major investment for indoor sports in Hawke’s Bay
New Police facilities for Whanganui