|Magic Membership Packages on sale for 2015 season|
Magic Membership Packages are on sale now for the 2015 season which will see the Kia Magic play six home round robin games for the ANZ Championship in Tauranga, Rotorua and Hamilton - starting in Tauranga on the 9th March and ending in Hamilton on the 25th May.
© 2014 voxy.co.nz 2:14pm Maori TV speaks with regional councils
The Rotorua Chamber of Commerce says it would welcome Maori Television if it decides to move to the area, which would be central to Auckland and Tauranga.
© 2014 RadioNZ Tue 7:04pm Near $50k fine for farm's effluent discharge
A Mamaku dairy farming company has been fined a total of $49,875 in Tauranga District Court for two offences of discharging effluent to land where it could enter a watercourse, and one offence of breaching an abatement notice.Bay...
© 2014 NZ Herald Tue 6:24pm Serious injury in bouncy castle accident
A man suffered a serious neck injury after falling while playing on a bouncy castle this afternoon.Tauranga's Trustpower TECT Rescue Helicopter was called to Waihi Beach after the incident about 3pm."A 45-year-old male was playing...
© 2014 NZ Herald Sun 7:34pm Blackcaps to bowl first in second ANZ ODI
The BLACKCAPS have won the toss and will bowl first in today’s second ANZ One Day International at Tauranga’s Bay Oval.
Pacemen Kyle Mills and Matt Henry sit out the match along with spinner Nathan McCullum.
Brendon McCullum (c) shirt no.42
© 2014 voxy.co.nz Fri, 24 Oct 10:34am Port of Tauranga expects similar profit
Port of Tauranga has given guidance for its full-year after-tax earnings to be about $78 million to $83m.
© 2014 Stuff.co.nz Fri, 24 Oct 5:44am Port of Tauranga sees annual earnings growth up to 6.1%
Port of Tauranga, the country's biggest coastal export hub, sees annual earnings growth of up to 6.1 percent and expects to finish plans to enable big ships to dock at its wharves over the coming year
© 2014 sharechat.co.nz Thu, 23 Oct 4:24pm Pipe work causing problems in Matapihi
A council project to lay a sewerage pipe through Maori land in Tauranga has come to a head after construction caused flooding in Matapihi. Court action is planned.
© 2014 RadioNZ Wed, 22 Oct 7:44pm