Latest Tauranga News

Road closures, Tauranga
NZ police release name over Fatal Crash, McLaren Falls Road
Company director fined for health and safety failings
Red tape cut to boost housing supply
New courthouses for Tauranga and Whanganui
Coastal flooding likely to be main driver for adaptation
60 community cases of Covid; one new case in managed isolation; more than 81,000 vaccines administered yesterday
Positive Covid case in Bay of Plenty
19 community cases of Covid; more than 46,000 vaccine doses administered yesterday
Maritime NZ: reflecting on ten years since Rena grounding and oil spill response
State Highway 3, Kaitoke crash
19 community cases of Covid; three border related cases; three historical cases in managed isolation
45 community cases of Covid; more than 44,500 vaccines doses given yesterday; 15,000 tests processed
8 community cases of Covid; more than 40,000 doses of vaccine administered yesterday
Mercury cleared to acquire Trustpower’s retail business
NZ police release name over Kawerau homicide investigation
Commission to be appointed to Tauranga City Council
NZ police accepts IPCA report into Tauranga shooting
They’re good as gold – Police graduation tomorrow
3 new cases of COVID-19 in managed isolation 9 December
Intention to appoint a Commission for Tauranga City Council
Drugs, cash and firearm located, arrest made in Kawakawa
NZ police responding to fatal motorcycle crash at Matapihi Road, Tauranga
Revival of Māori Horticulturists
Air New Zealand gives away 20,000 Airpoints Dollars to spread Christmas joy to Kiwis
Taupo Police investigate serious assault
Further update: Arrest made after Tauranga Police appeal for information
UPDATE: Tauranga Police appeal for information after incident
Information sought after fatal crash, Oropi
North Island Mussels fined $150K for hand crushing
UPDATE: Body located at Papamoa Beach
NZ police make arrest in Whakatane homicide investigation
Arrest made after Richmond aggravated robbery
6 new cases of COVID-19 29 October
Confirmed cases of COVID-19 on Sofrana Surville
1 new imported case of COVID-19 20 October
Stevedoring company spends $425,000 in first-ever maritime Enforceable Undertaking
Suspected historical case under investigation
No new cases of COVID-19 19 October
Aon seeks clearance to acquire Willis Towers
Stevedoring company spends more than $425,000 in first-ever maritime Enforceable Undertaking
Stevedoring company spends $746,000 in first-ever maritime Enforceable Undertaking
Bay of Plenty police disappointed by results of road policing operation
Ruakura Inland Port development vital infrastructure for Waikato
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