Coroner apologises to whānau of man killed in workplace accident after seven-year 'delay'.
Celestial navigator Jack Thatcher looks to the stars, and the past, for guidance.
Some are warning of legal dangers of the proposed move while others welcome it as overdue.
Cyclists 'gutted' and 'frustrated' by delay in project, following two deaths on the road
But not everyone is happy about it.
The Year 9 students have big plans for the city's public transport system.
Coulam is still an 'undue risk' but work is going into his potential release this year.
Assaults and disorder at bus hubs have 'dramatically declined' but at what cost?
Construction finally begins on an underpass that nearly wasn't.
Nine stolen, others missing, and 170 complaints ... but overall Lime is well received.
The funding decision is expected to reap the biggest community impact.
But the move was met with stern advice from a seasoned local politician.
The email was sent to all Wellington councillors and the city's mayor.
The charity breakfast is helping raise money for breast cancer research.
Cars with "a dodgy sticker" are in line of proposed changes to freedom camping rules.
'We may not be popular but now's the time to make a move. Tauranga can't wait.'
"I'm at work by 7.45am and they are there with a bottle of wine half already done."
Foul language, mess, and intimidation are reasons residents say they want homeless gone.
The head of the Bay of Plenty council's public transport committee takes a bus ride.
"We are still fighting for it. It has not gone away."
A month of public consultation is expected to follow.
Tauranga transport leaders promise progress on potential big-ticket items.
After a stellar 40-year career, comedy king Ben Elton is coming to Tauranga.
Opinion: Construction cowboys need reeling in but $200,000 fines don't cut it.
"There are so many entry and exit points ... you really have to have your wits about you."
New figures reveal fewer people appear to be driving to work.
'Mr Cancian is not being sentenced for aspects of his personality or the wider issues.'
'It keeps people employed but it also allows council to look at moving it forward.'
The structure for a new city council committee includes more Māori and some aren't happy.
Simply doing the paperwork isn't going to cut it, in my view.
But Hollis says he believed he was doing the right thing.
Business leaders say future generations are set to benefit, but not everyone's happy.
Rotorua community 'will have to remain patient as these complexities are worked through'.
Flooding, slips, thunderstorms and rising waterways possible.
"We want to lay Daytona at rest at home in Rotorua."
Some bus drivers were caught speeding in the same spot four times.
The historic event was aimed at helping share knowledge of tikanga.
There are new plans for some roads, with others canned as speed cuts get the green light.
James Zingel's work could ultimately mean earlier detection of breast cancer.
But others believe such a move is giving Māori 'undemocratic leg-ups'.
Tauranga City Council commissioners have unanimously voted to establish a Māori ward.
"This problem is so much bigger than ourselves."
Opinion: Regulating sunscreen is a no brainer. It's too important to leave to good faith.
"Anyone who believes their lives will somehow be worsened by this ... is dreaming."
Call for greater climate change action.
Opinion: Training worth the investment - and miracle survival stories reinforce this.
Ten candidates but one constant theme - rates, and what should be done about them.
The question is: 'Can Tauranga keep doing what it's doing?' The reality is that it can't.
But the spend-up has been justified as helping deliver city's biggest shake-up in history.
'It's in the public interest and I stand firmly for it,' says former PM.
Organiser says the sound of the ocean was louder than the event.
Opinion: Like it or not, roadworks need to happen. And they're not going anywhere.
Calls for parking strategy for Tauranga CBD after council sells abandoned project site.
A sentencing hearing for Cancian and others was held in court yesterday.
Organisers have been served with a notice for breaching noise restrictions.
"I can see a lot more people dumping rubbish after all of this."
Tauranga sends "far more waste to landfill than is necessary".
'I think we've probably got it about right,' says council chief executive Marty Grenfell.
Trials of shared path and new roundabout planned but little support for Pilot Bay change.
"... not a week goes by where I don't get a hug from someone saying 'thank you'."
All money raised will go back to the community through Greerton Lions.
Councillors faced off after a 'private' discussion was raised in a public meeting.
The Tauranga community has 'borne the costs of growth unfairly', commissioner Tolley says.
City commissioners grapple with the reality they are tasked with fixing.
Andrew Hollis says he has already received a lot of support for his campaign.
"We are behind, there are no two ways about it."
Community pay "huge price" for 30 minutes of marginally better traffic flow, say parents.
The meeting is the second for the commissioners since they were appointed last month.
"I was lost for words at how thoughtless people could be."
But council officials say they are moving "as fast as possible".
Big changes are expected as part of an upgrade to Tauranga's Cameron Rd.
Plans include supermarket as town's population tipped to overtake Katikati and Te Puke.