July 15, 2021

We are marching on Tauranga City Council on 26 July

You may have seen in the media last week that we exposed previously secret legal advice suggesting Nanaia Mahuta acted unlawfully when she sacked the City Council and appointed Commissioners.

Your support made our efforts to reveal this possible. But our work isn't done.

Join the protest for fairer rates!

On Monday 26 July, the Tauranga City Council will release its finalised Long Term Plan. We are sad to report that despite the huge opposition, Anne Tolley still plans on huge rate increases: 17% for residential and 33% for commercial next year alone, impacting every household and business in Tauranga.

Hundreds of people have attended meetings over the past few months and made their voices very clear: they simply cannot afford these proposed rate hikes.

All Tauranga ratepayers and residents are now encouraged to join the protest on Monday 26 July, and take the message directly to Council.

Join your neighbours to show the Council you are rightly concerned, and to demand fairer rates, less waste and more transparency.

Protest details

Monday 26 July
12.30 PM
Strand Carpark (4 Dive Crescent)
RSVP preferred - click here

Park and Ride buses will be operating from 11.30 AM at Sulphur Point Carpark