Opinion: It's ours for the taking — if we decide to pull finger now.
Police put the increased crime down to gangs - but a former druglord isn't so sure.
Opinion: These staggering statistics helped me try and get my health under control.
The figures for the first three months of 2021 reflect what support services are seeing.
Opinion: Some things can wait, other's can't ... or at the least, they shouldn't.
Opinion: I can't look at doughnuts the same way after taking part in an eating contest.
Police are warning impaired motorists following operations last month caught dozens.
It comes after the Government invested $12 million into Māori tourism last year.
Labour MP gives hospital update, now 'on the home stretch hopefully' of treatment.
It comes after the grisly discovery of a dismembered great white at Pilot Bay last month.
Opinion: Pāpāmoa is a nice place but it has a few problems too.
Suburb Spotlight: There's a new sheriff in Pāpāmoa and he's a familiar face.
Opinion: We work too hard, live too little - we're taking the Bay of Plenty for granted.
Police could be keeping an eagle eye over you, new Official Information Act figures show.
The Central North Island National Party conference was held in Tauranga yesterday.
The attack is said to have involved about 30 people, some of whom were gang members.
Opinion: Challenge the status quo people, do not give in to the man.
The role is a 12-month secondment at Pāpāmoa, which is now a 24-hour station.
There were 1058 gang members in October 2017 in the Bay. Now there are 1493.
Opinion: Does anything ever happen in this part of town?
OPINION: The people of Tolaga Bay and East Cape have shown us how we all ought to live.
Kids, drugs, and cops: New figures reveal details about NZ youth and illicit substances
Opinion: Luke Kirkness's take on the suburb that's full of character
Opinion: We love our coffee in the Bay of Plenty but why not try something new?
Airfares, car rentals, and transport fares go into the domestic costs for your DHB.
Sunday marked the 105 years since the first Anzac Day commemoration was held in 1916.
An independent report suggests disestablishing Bay Venues but council staff don't agree.
The salary jumps did not go to the same person but to the same role: the chief executive.
Opinion: Embrace your frugal side and keep your head on a swivel.
New Zealand is set for wet weather as a low system slides over the country mid-week.
Opinion: Luke Kirkness shares his thoughts after two months in the Bay of Plenty.
The man was arrested following the terror attacks in Christchurch on March 15,2019.
Opinion: It falls from the sky but it doesn't seem to be an endless resource.
'People will be dumbfounded by the idea there wasn't firm regulation in place.'
The Bethlehem School fundraiser sounds too outrageous to be true - but it is.
Locals react to the death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh.
'We're doing what we're doing because you're doing something wrong,' an officer says.
Travel from India to New Zealand will be suspended from Sunday until later this month.
Emergency services were called to the aquatic centre around 4pm on Wednesday.
Opinion: Whoever thought a five-day working week was a good idea needs to walk the plank.
Police have paid out well over $100 million for the gun buyback scheme since 2019.
People are advised to stay away from the slugs and to keep dogs away from them too.
An anti-problem gambling expert says the numbers are "staggering".
The amount of crime in the Bay of Plenty has been steadily rising since at least 2015.
Saturday was the 50th year of the Japan Trophy but this year was like no other.
Opinion: My phone has slowly overtaken my life but I'm taking it back. Here's how.
Most people were shot in the abdomen but fingers and toes also came into the crosshairs.
Opinion: Peter Burling has cemented his place in New Zealand sporting folklore.
The pockets of New Zealand's richest have got heavier - meanwhile, poorer Kiwis struggle.
"People can do both their business and live in accommodation in the same spot."
Opinion: We need to start looking further into the future to look after later generations.
Earthquakes and tsunami alerts have also sparked renewed calls for sirens along the coast.
Opinion: I love our nation's casual vibes but sometimes stronger action is needed.
Gun violence between gangs has led to police launching a nationwide operation.
Police say there has been an upswing in property theft from cars in the past six months.
School zoning is set to change in the Pāpāmoa and Mount Maunganui area.
Bay of Plenty motorcyclists are being urged to attend free rider-safety talks.
The total cost of trampoline-related injuries was the highest in the past 10 years.
It is hoped the move will ensure consistency across the security network of MIQs.
Opinion: Collectively, we need to step up.
A new bunch of community Covid-19 cases appears to have sparked a resurgence in tests.