- Express Bus Route for Lakes and Tauriko Travellers
Starting Monday Lakes and Tauriko residents will have a more direct and shorter commute time to the CBD.
Bayhopper bus services would travel from Tauranga Crossing to Willow St on the toll road (Route K) at peak morning and afternoon times.
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- Kindy World Cup in The Lakes
The Kindy World Cup kicked off without a hitch in The Lakes this morning as children aged three and four showcased their soccer skills.
- Homeowners make most of capital gain at The Lakes
Astute decisions or right time, right place - it doesn't much matter to Karl Ruby and his partner, Megan Sycamore. The couple last year bought a house and land package through Bella Vista Homes at The Lakes. The capital gain since then has given them the opportunity to build a bigger house.
- More shops on the way for Pyes Pa
A new supermarket has opened in Pyes Pa as developments across southwest Tauranga boom. SuperValue Pyes Pa opened its doors today in Redline Holdings' $11 million development on Pyes Pa Rd.
A small crowd braved the rain to see the doors of Tauranga Crossing open. The Warehouse, Warehouse Stationery and Noel Leeming opened for business at 8am this morning.
Bay of Plenty's newest shopping centre is putting on the glad rags for its opening this month. Twenty stores in stage one of Tauranga Crossing will open progressively over September.
- Doors nearly open at new retail area Tauranga Crossing