Business

Tauranga’s Techweek 2017

The Bay of Plenty's young innovators and businesspeople can discover new opportunities and learn about the latest technologies changing the shape of the near future, as part of a national festival of technology in May. Techweek Tauranga's... Read More

No vote is a vote for Rusty

A serial election campaigner will contest the Tauranga seat in September's General Election to give voice to the 35 per cent of voters who don't exercise their right. He's Rusty Kane, who's concerned the election system puts the... Read More

Getting real and dreaming big

The Business Women's Network, an arm of the Tauranga Chamber of Commerce, is again presenting the biennial Craigs Investment Partners and Cooney Lees Morgan Regional Business Women's Conference. The conference will be held on May 19-20 at... Read More

Call to clobber the speculators

All people need enough to thrive, not just survive, according to the income equality group, Closing the Gap here in Tauranga. And so it's renewed the call for a capital gains tax. The call comes on the back of an International Monetary Fund ‘mission... Read More

Investing in peace of mind

Methamphetamine is a scourge – it has no legal use but is a highly addictive stimulant creating a false sense of well-being and energy. It also causes enormous social damage – severe anxiety, paranoia, insomnia and thoughts of extreme violence. “And... Read More

Helping out for 40 years

This year Citizens Advice Bureau Tauranga will reach the milestone of 40 years serving the city's community. “Back in 1977 our bureau was originally housed in the District Museum located on the corner of Hamilton S and Cameron Rd,”... Read More

Out of the woods and into the world

Mount Maunganui-based creative agency Woods agency's vision from the beginning is to “make regional New Zealand businesses world famous” and build an award winning, world-class agency. Woods director Reuben Woods says since their formation... Read More

Discover the world of the honey bee

Are you looking for an all-age, all-weather attraction not far from your doorstep? If so, why not take a ‘Discover the World of the Honey Bee Guided Tour' at Experience Comvita. Share the inspiring story of Comvita's founding partners.... Read More

Do funerals need to cost so much?

Who has $10,000 to spend on a funeral these days? Instead, you could leave hard-earned funds for your spouse, children, grandchildren or a chosen charity to utilise constructively in this competitive modern world. Choosing Simply Cremations to care for... Read More

Make mentoring youth part of your life

Te Aranui Youth Trust is calling on Western Bay of Plenty residents to get on board with its Te Ara Poutama mentoring, which supports young people and families in the region. Te Aranui Youth Trust's funding administration manager Tanya Grimstone... Read More