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pop up shop 2017 imageFind out what the Council is up to and have a chat about safer roads and flood protection at Council's annual Pop-up shop.
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Panui logoCheck out all the latest news - Issue 68 of our Panui newsletter is out now...
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VacancyCan you deliver first class Customer Service and executive administrative support?
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VacancyAs our Chief Financial Officer you will lead the finance function in this exciting and varied role
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The Real Opotiki artThe Real Opotiki has been invited to exhibit in Bowen House in Wellington this February!
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Summer Fest image for news feedCheck out this years calendar of awesome Summer Fest events...
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Pumicelands Rural Fire Authority logo newsGetting a fire permit is even easier with Pumicelands Rural Fire Authority allowing applications online.
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The Real Opotiki artOpotiki welcomes back awesome art and artists.
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Biotoxic shellfish warning mapToxic shellfish health warning issued for Eastern Bay of Plenty coastline and Waiotahe Estuary permanent health warning update.
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flood lights removalLights come down for public safety
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Driver Licence programmeA new community-based driving programme to help young people take advantage of employment opportunities in the region
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Opotiki TownThe opportunity for Easter Sunday trading is up for discussion.
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First dog de-sexedCentral government announces a pilot of a dog de-sexing programme for Opotiki.
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Evo Networks towerCouncil has taken the opportunity to invest in an internet solutions company to “unlock Opotiki’s potential” and bring high-speed internet to the District cheaper and sooner.
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Gully trap in poor conditionHave you been wondering where things are at with Opotiki's sewerage upgrade project?
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Aerial photo of Opotiki Harbour entranceŌpōtiki Harbour project is set to revitalise local economy
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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.