May 2019 media releases

Environmental monitoring under the spotlight

30 May - Bay of Plenty Regional Council has welcomed findings from an independent report into compli...

Dates announced for reinstated bus routes

24 May - Bay of Plenty Regional Council will roll-out re-instated bus routes 41, 36 and 71 over the ...

Significant step in battle against hornwort

23 May - The Bay of Plenty Regional Council is celebrating the removal of the weed cordon that exclu...

Working on the night moves

9 May - The dramatic night lift of a barge, excavator and other machinery over Keepa Road Bridge in ...

Mobile phone use focus for Road Safety Week

3 May - Mobile phone use while driving in the Bay of Plenty is the key focus for this year’s Road Sa...

Minor bus travel disruption under new meal break rule

2 May - Bus passengers in the Western Bay of Plenty should face only minor disruptions to their trav...

Stakeholders put Kaituna River first as decision made on kayaking in dangerous gorge

1 May - The Bay of Plenty Regional Harbourmaster, Peter Buell, has made his decision to prohibit ves...