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Western Bay of Plenty District Council

Western Bay Council Reviews District Plan

Western Bay of Plenty District Council is considering making changes to its District Plan and is seeking early feedback before notifying...
cycle trail

Paengaroa- Rotoiti cycle trail officially opens

The new cycle trail – Kaikōkopu - between Paengaroa and Rotoiti opens today, marking an important milestone in the national cycleway network and...
Bay of Plenty District Health Board

Latest Technology Frees Ip Healthcare Professionals’ Time for Patients

Technology, in the form of an automated tablet-counting machine, is helping speed up a traditional task and free up more time...
tauranga bus network

Public Debate Overlooks Tauranga’s Actual Transport Problems

Jenny McArthur, a former resident of Tauranga, works as a lecturer at University College London. Jenny’s research and teaching focus on infrastructure...
Bay of Plenty District Health Board

Taonga Gifted to Recognise Cultural Care in ICU

In February the prominent and talented singer, kapa haka performer, film maker, member of Ringatū church and manager of Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi Tech Pā Studio was on his way to work when he had a head on car crash.
Bay of Plenty District Health Board

Cardiologist Hails Team Effort in Challenging but Rewarding Pacific Trip

Challenging but rewarding’ is how a senior cardiologist describes a recent volunteer trip to Fiji. For the past...
$200m spend on ‘homelessness’ no solution to rental shortage

$200m Spend on ‘Homelessness’ No Solution to Rental Shortage

The $200 million allocated to Housing First today has no plan for extra housing and is welfare dressed up as solving the housing crisis, Tenancies War spokesman Mike Butler said today.

Speed Critical to a Better Recovery says Stroke Survivor

The fact that Barry Anderson is on his way to a full recovery after a major stroke is down to one...
Whakatane-based programme aimed at increasing the recruitment of rural health professionals has received recognition for its outstanding work.

Rural Health Programme Receives Student Award

A Whakatane-based programme aimed at increasing the recruitment of rural health professionals has received recognition for its outstanding work.
Western Bay of Plenty District Council

Kōkako Project Shows Council Community Funding at Work

Western Bay of Plenty District Council’s annual Community Matching Fund opens today with $140,000 available for not-for-profit community groups.