Business

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

A pittance to pay for progress

The bus driver is venting in The Weekend Sun front office. To anyone who will listen really.   “Do they have any bloody idea?” He’s... Read More

Making it a lovely space

If you’re in the market for an updated bathroom, Tanya Nolan and Brian Williams from Bathroom Envy and BW Builders can help. “We offer a... Read More

A special seaside community

Whether you want a permanent home, a holiday home or a rental investment, Victoria Key’s gated community in Omokoroa is a perfect choice. Located... Read More

Be warm this winter

It just needs the mercury to dip to a wintry four degrees like it has recently to have us cranking up the heat pump, heaving another log on the fire... Read More

Isabella’s learning the lingo

  Does the idea of having to give a speech send shivers down your spine? You are not alone, but if you are a migrant and English is not your first... Read More

When support is all you need

Sherryl and Terry Phillips can now enjoy each other’s company in their retirement years, with the freedom of holidaying when they want to and their... Read More

Living wage employers scarce

There is a real danger that Tauranga will fall behind and become known for its low wages if employers don’t join the growing movement to pay their... Read More