Winning the Ahuwhenua Trophy would validate the trust's vision, the vice-chairwoman says.
Domestic visitors are the Coastal Bay of Plenty's most significant market.
Nearly 1000 businesses have made use of the Covid-19 funding to access expert advice.
"We have a rich tapestry of unique stories to share."
Worried employers call for border to be opened for migrants.
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Glenn Yeatman moved to Tauranga from the Solomon Islands in 2013.
A husband and wife bought long-standing business Tyre Works in 2018.
Survey: A net 8 per cent of households expected the Bay's economy to improve over the year
The iwi is helping its whānau get on the property ladder and into new homes.
The upcoming cruise ship season is expected to bite.
Couple donates $10,000 win to Tauranga Foodbank.
Community Finance has raised $40 million to invest in affordable homes.
Faced with an ongoing hosing ban, Aucklanders are rushing to install rain water tanks.
Little progress on transtasman bubble is hurting business, a Queenstown pilot says.
Tourism Bay of Plenty has been at the centre of not just one crisis, but three.
The 90-odd staff moved in to the new $40m facility on September 12, 2020
COMMENT: Mark Lister on why commercial property is an important investment class.
'We have seen double the number of people coming through to open days.'
But it hasn't come without hard work and sacrifice.
"It's more convenient if the costs can be evenly shared with lenders, banks and retailers"
After five years in the making, NZ's first supermarket eatery is now open.
A bach sells for $3.6m, The Bay ranks 6th in economic performance and Refund Club created.
This year's Westpac Business Awards will be on November 13, 2020.
COMMENT: Mark Lister talks about GDP and Pre-Election Economic and Fiscal Update.
Bethlehem Shores can't keep up with demand for its villas