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Meeting ImageOpotiki District Council Calendar of meetings for 2015 is now available ...
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Christmas image for newsOpotiki District Council Christmas and New Year Services...
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Lantern FestThere's something for everyone in Opotiki this summer. Check out the Opotiki New World Summer Festival calendar and don't miss this years Lantern Fest which has a great line up of artists including headliners Moorhouse...
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Exia uses 3D printerService organisation, Quota International Opotiki, has come on board to bring new technology to Opotiki District Council’s library with the recent arrival of a new 3D printer.
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Mayor Forbes Horizon BusinessOpotiki has a lot to smile about after last nights Horizon Business Excellence Awards...
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2013-14 Annual Report cover imageCouncil Performance in 2013... the Annual Report is published every year to demonstrate how Council performed against the Annual and Long Term Plans
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Ann FletcherWelcome to our newest citizen...
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Building a Better BayWe’ve been working with other Councils in the Bay of Plenty and surrounding districts to examine how collaboration will lead to stronger community outcomes. The booklet Building a Better Bay describes the various ways that we work together to achieve our collective vision...
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Breakout and Fundview combined logoYou can now access funding information from wherever suits you with Ōpōtiki District Council’s new service to ratepayers...
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Kiwifruit picking 1An extension of the sewer mains to the EastPack and OPAC facilities near Waioeka Road will assist the growth in these industries over the coming years.
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phone genericCouncil has re-vamped the afterhours phone service, so take a moment to consider how you contact Council outside business hours and on weekends.
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helicopter fire trainingVolunteers from the Opotiki Rural Fire Party and the Waihau Bay Rural Fire Force joined Central Helicopters to complete helicopter training in preparation for the coming fire season.
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Issue 59 October 2014 Cover image for webKeep up to date with the latest Council activities around the district in the October edition of Panui.
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Restricted Fire SeasonNeed to light a fire in the open air? A Restricted Fire Season is declared for Opotiki District so you must obtain a fire permit first...
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Mussel lines underwaterWhakatōhea Mussels Ōpōtiki Ltd releases notice to mariners as the installation of an additional block of farm lines at the Ōpōtiki marine farm commences…
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Cable imageHigher speed internet a reality for Opotiki...Council is seeking the views of local businesses and individuals on the level and location of demand for higher speed internet services...
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Barbara Dempsey receives long service award for Civil DefenceCongratulations to Barbara Dempsey and Ian Castles on receiving long service awards for Civil Defence and Emergency Management...
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Construction house frameFollowing a recent audit, Council’s Building Function has received a glowing report card and accreditation achieved for another two years.
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Delta ContractorsCouncil has announced the award of a $4.3 million dollar contract to Delta Contracting Ltd for road maintenance.
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water tap and glassThe Hukutaia and Woodlands communities will soon have a new connection to the town water supply.
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Workforce imageYesterday, Ōpōtiki District Council considered a consultant’s report on the ‘opportunities, issues and implications for workforce development’ of the Aquaculture and Harbour Development...
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Aerial photo of Opotiki Harbour entranceŌpōtiki Harbour project is set to revitalise local economy
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Welcome to the Opotiki District Council

Opening days and hours for Opotiki District Council Christmas and New Year Services (PDF, 337 Kb)

Opotiki District is made up of miles of coastline, clean fast running rivers, vast areas of native bush and farmland. The people of the district live in a number of communities scattered along the coast. Each community has a strong and distinctive spirit and an inherent appreciation of the area in which they live. This forms the basis of the solid and determined collective community in which the Opotiki District Council works.

The district is identified as Opotiki Coast by Nature in recognition of the distinctive characteristics of the people and their affinity to the natural environment.

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