just a reminder about a scam that is going around at the moment. if you get a e mail saying that your car etc rego is about to expire, ignore it and delete. do not open. the rego on my car is about to expire next month and nzta sent me a letter. i believe they do not send e mails
If you find that the kerbside collection bins provided by the council are too large or too small for your household use you can switch to smaller bins and receive a $30 discount in your annual rates or get larger bins and pay an extra $100 a year. Google "Change your bin size Tauranga" to find the form on the council website. Your order has to be in before the 31st of May and your new bins should arrive before the 1st of July.
Also, on the website you can make a complaint about damaged bins or missed collections. In my book, missed collections includes bins not emptied properly. If you are dissatisfied with any aspect of the collection service I suggest that you use the "Additional comments" section of the website to make your feelings known.
Kulim Park in Ōtūmoetai will be temporarily closed to vehicles today and tomorrow, 26-27 January, while ashphalting work is completed.
Construction areas are safely fenced off so you will still be able to use parts of the park, but you will need to park on the street away from the park. The carpark at the Tauranga Yacht Club at the Kulim Avenue end of the park will be open for limited parking.
To find out more about the Kulim Park upgrade visit bit.ly...
As the holidays wind down for our tamariki and the countdown to school begins, we thought we'd share some fun challenges for them to try at home! 👍
Whether it's a toilet paper challenge or trying to make a snowglobe, we have the a challenge for them! Can your tamariki conquer them all?