January 2017 media releases
Kaimai checks for kauri die-back
An aerial search for signs of kauri die-back disease in the northern Kaimai range and surrounding areas will start this week.
Bay of Plenty Regional Council to join appeal process
Bay of Plenty Regional Council has decided to join the Ministry for Primary Industries’ appeal process relating to the declaration related to controls on fishing-related activities in regional plans.
It takes three to ski
If you are planning a ski on Bay of Plenty waterways this summer, remember it takes three to ski. Any boat towing a skier, biscuit, wake board or similar device needs an observer.
Responses to submissions for rules to protect lake released
Responses to submissions for rules to protect lake released.
By-election for Mauao Maori Constituency
Nominations for candidates seeking election as a Bay of Plenty Regional Councillor for the Mauao Māori Constituency will open next Monday 16 January, when a by-election for the Constituency is formally publicly notified.
Bus fares to rise from next Monday
Bus fares on all Bay of Plenty public transport services will rise five (5) percent from Monday next week, affecting Bayhopper Tauranga, Cityride Rotorua and all rural services such as Bayhopper Eastern BOP.