396 days ago

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2 days ago

Sign up for our Tokyo Olympics newsletter

Angela Quigan Reporter from Stuff

Hi neighbours,

The Tokyo Olympics are about to kick off, and some of our country's best sports stars are set to represent New Zealand on the world stage.

The opening ceremony takes place on Friday (about 11pm NZ time), and the Games will run through until August 8.

Over the next two-and-a-half weeks, some of the world’s best athletes competing in a range of sports will battle it out in Tokyo in the hopes of walking away with a medal.

So get your New Zealand flags and popcorn ready and sign up for our Tokyo Olympics newsletter to have all the highlights, talking points, medal tally and analysis delivered to your inbox every day. Click here.

We'll also be live blogging our Kiwi athletes' events every day of the Games. Just bookmark this page to stay up to date.

2 days ago


Wendy from Welcome Bay

Looking for a cheap rebounder if anybody can help plz

11 days ago

Councillors and Community Boards

Barry from Papamoa Beach

On Friday the Council will commence its engagement with the community about the system that will be used to elect councillors at the next election. Details of the options will be posted on the Council's website on Friday. Google: Tauranga City Have a Say. Three of the options are aligned with the previously used ward system and one offers a new system that would see 9 councillors elected to represent all of Tauranga. Under the ward system voters can only vote for the few councillors in their ward but under the new system they can vote for all 9 councillors.
Also up on the website will be a survey to find out if people want community boards.The boards would be led by locally elected members who would have legal power to hold public forums and advocate for the needs and preferences of their local area. Boards are funded by the Council but they are not expensive. The yearly cost of a board would be no more $4.50 per head of population and possibly much less than that. If boards get the go ahead they will start operating next year.
Tell the Council you want boards so you can have your say at a local level.