Latest Bay of Plenty News

Arrests made after incidents in Tauranga
MMaritime NZ announces safer boating funding
Stonewood Homes extends 7 year partnership with Wellington Lions
Champions and local heroes: New cops to graduate tomorrow
New funding for water fluoridation
More measures to build more affordable homes
Kawerau property forfeited from major methamphetamine investigation
NZ police recruitment community event in Bay of Plenty District follows Puhikura launch
Minister to meet all rural and provincial councils
Drugs and assets seized in Opotiki search warrant
Māori police graduates breaking records
NZ police seek sightings of Simi Pirihi
Lineage Logistics cleared to acquire Cold Storage Nelson
NZ police Districts team-up to tackle drink driving
Homicide investigation launched after Whakatane assault
Govt must expand meth rehabilitation programme nationwide
Meth addiction service launched in Eastern Bay of Plenty
Government takes bowel cancer programme nationwide
Making positive impact on ocean law reform
Drunk driver stopped in Eastern Bay of Plenty
Female front line: Wing graduates on Wednesday
Severe weather in Bay of Plenty – watch for hidden hazards
Rare native mistletoe population discovered in Eastern Bay of Plenty
195,000 children set to benefit from more mental health support
Next steps for two new schools for Ōmokoroa
NZ police accept IPCA findings 5 May
Nationwide plan to tackle hospital waiting lists
Helping some of New Zealand’s highest energy users slash their emissions
Commissioners reappointed to Tauranga City Council
Warning signal for volcanic eruptions could be life-saving discovery
Health Reform – Govt ensures local say in health services
50 projects fast-tracked under Govt scheme
NZ police search in Tauhara Forest, Taupō after firearms incident
Spate of Vehicle Thefts Causing Concern
Continued investigations into ram-raid style burglaries seeing results
Crime spree brought to halt
AMI Insurance reveals New Zealand’s most likely stolen cars
Lalakai Foketi inks new deal with Australian Rugby
Fatality after incident on rural property – Te Puke, Western Bay of Plenty
Fatality after workplace incident – Ōmokoroa, Western Bay of Plenty
Zero-tolerance approach nets results
Operation Weirton: Police restrain millions in assets after record interception at border
Rotorua marks third step in delivery of its Emergency Housing plan
Government invests in Te Huata Mussel Spat Hatchery
Rural property owners get reminder
UPDATE: NZ police urge people to come forward in Operation Dell, Taupō Homicide investigation
NZ police accept and acknowledge IPCA review into investigation of Shargin Stephens’ death
NZ police accept and acknowledge IPCA review into investigation of Shargin Stephen’s death