City Life

Celebrating 60 years of partnership

Otūmoetai couple Glynnis and Neville Wilson are celebrating, as they hit the amazing milestone of reaching their 60th wedding anniversary last week. The... Read More

Debate enthrals many

The livestream of the Tauranga candidates’ debate on Tuesday night was a resounding success with SunLive readers tuning in to hear the candidates’... Read More

Joyce, and her 102 years of life

Not many people get to enjoy a parent’s 102nd birthday, but Bellevue resident Raewyn Scrivener got to do just that recently. Mum Thelma Joyce... Read More

All this jazz at Baycourt!

Jazz-inspired music – from eight dynamic acts – will bring to life The National Jazz Festival Concert Series at Baycourt from June 22-25. Part... Read More

Wings upon the water

Crashing into bronze whaler sharks while out wing foiling doesn’t scare off Tauranga’s Mark Arundel from the enthralling sport. Mark has... Read More

Young blood puts hand up

Katikati resident and first-term Western Bay of Plenty councillor James Denyer has joined the race to become the district’s next mayor in October’s... Read More

Tackling a visibility issue

To combat the Bay of Plenty Regional Council’s “invisibility”, it is taking a multi-faceted approach ahead of the Local Body Election... Read More

Artistry under darkness

With 11 artworks illuminating Tauranga’s urban landscape this week – to bring creativity vibrancy to the city – The Weekend Sun talks... Read More

Waiting game resumes

Despite the Government announcing New Zealand’s borders will open at the end of July, a Mount Maunganui gift and souvenir shop owner is still playing... Read More

New name, same beautiful sound

Tauranga choir Everybody Sings has started up again after months of Covid closure – and it has a new name. The un-auditioned choir is now called... Read More

Crafty show in Waihi Beach

Queen’s Birthday weekend is the time when, for the past 17 years, you can visit the iconic Waihi Beach Art & Craft Fair. “This year will... Read More