Signs of CBD activity welcomed

Tauranga’s CBD has experienced a decreased level in activity since the Omicron outbreak began, but with the country now at the Orange traffic light... Read More

Organic store springs back to life

  The closure of a popular Tauranga organic store left staff worried about their future until two men with a passion for organics stepped in to... Read More

Taking out the trash

The Government’s proposed $124 million investment in recycling is a “win for employment, climate and environment” says a local waste... Read More

Restaurant owner pays it forward

The restaurant business is a challenging one at the moment but one local operator is still finding a way to ‘pay it forward’. Rohan McClosky... Read More

There‘s no place like home

The Weekend Sun and Tourism Bay of Plenty have teamed up for the ‘No Place Like Home’ campaign. We will be profiling some of our sensational... Read More

Business time for the Weekend Sun

The long night of lockdown is over and The Weekend Sun is coming back over the horizon. Expect it in your letterbox on May 1. Tauranga and the Western... Read More

Shelby Mustang is raring to go

One thing local car lovers have to look forward to when they get out of isolation is the 2020 Ford Mustang Shelby GT-H sports car currently parked up... Read More

It‘s news without the paper

With the highly publicised closure of Bauer Media last week, the role media plays in shaping our society, keeping us informed and entertained, has been... Read More

These fat brothers are thinking big

Proudly and defiantly, unhealthy fast food – everything fat, nothing green, nothing vegetarian, nothing vegan. That was the business model that... Read More

Fast food employee’s rights

Sometimes, faking smiles for rude customers and coming home covered in grease and oil is the least of a fast food employee’s worries. While the... Read More