August 2017 media releases

Collaboration the key to successful outcomes

Council works with communities, iwi and industry and local government partners

More buses and extended hours on the cards for BOP

Extended hours, new services and more frequent buses

Roll-out complete for Rotorua bus bike racks

Council has completed the roll-out of bike racks on Rotorua buses

Win for BoP CDEM Group

Recognised at Monday night’s Emergency Media and Public Affairs (EMPA) Awards.

Community connects on Kaituna River document

Received presentations from 26 submitters to the Proposed Kaituna River Document

Winter vehicle checks target young drivers

Drivers aged 24 years and under were the target of free vehicle safety checks

City centre bus stands move to new temporary location

Some city bus stands will be temporarily relocated from next Monday (21 August)

Rules to protect Lake Rotorua formally notified

Proposed Plan Change 10 takes next step

New vessel expands Regional Council’s maritime abilities

A new multi-purpose vessel was added to BOPRC's fleet

Real-time bus tracking in Rotorua

See where your bus is on your route

Wet wet wet

Winter has been more than a little wet in the Bay

Forecast heavy rain no cause for alarm

Heavy rain no cause for alarm.

Symposium to build council awareness of Treaty landscape

Bay of Plenty Regional Council hosted a Treaty symposium

Annual Lake Rotoiti drawdown to begin

The annual drawdown of Lake Rotoiti starts on August 7.