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Te Kaha Water Shut down mapAll users on the Te Kaha water reticulation scheme will be affected by a Water Shutdown this Wednesday from 3.00pm to 5.00pm...
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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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VacancyDo you pride yourself on delivering exceptional Customer Service? We have a full time vacancy available for a Customer Services Officer...
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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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Waiotahe Pipi Bed imageCouncil is asking for feedback on proposed amendments to the Public Places Bylaw and the Reserve Management Plans camping policies to make them consistent with the Freedom Camping Act 2011....
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Logo for webPM and Government looking into Harbour proposal...
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Alan RoweAlan Lawes Rowe, Councillor from 1980 to1986 and from 1998 to 2004
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Runners on bridgeThe Ōpōtiki Dunes Dash & Half Marathon returns on Sunday 21 September. Registrations are now open for the 10km fun run or walk and the 21km half marathon and 21km fun walk...
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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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New Citizens 15 July 2014Welcome to Opotiki's newest New Zealand citizens...
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Issue 58 July 2014 cover image for webJuly 2014 Panui Council Newsletter out now...
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Authors at the fundraising launchOn Friday night, the fundraising campaign for Opotiki’s Technology and Research Centre was kicked off with a lovely ceremony.
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Plumbing plansRecent reports of illegal plumbing works being carried out in the Opotiki Township have prompted the Opotiki District Council to issue a warning about the dangers of illegal plumbing.
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Toi EDA logo for newsAt its meeting on 25 June, the Eastern Bay of Plenty Regional Economic Development Trust (Toi-EDA) adopted its work plan for the coming year and welcomed two new trustees.
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Nethia and Jo handoverThis month marks the end of an era at Opotiki District Library as Nethia Morgan, Library Manager, hands over the reins to Jo Hunt.
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RV Travel Motu Trails imageCycling the Motu Trails between Opotiki and Matawai, there’s the ever-present whisper of history, writes Jim Robinson. Check out the full story and images from RV Travel Lifestyle magazine...
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Bevan GrayThe role of Finance and Corporate Services Manager at Ōpōtiki District Council has been filled by Bevan Gray...
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Civil Defence Schools competitionSchool students have the chance to win great prizes including Frontier helicopter flights and a tour to White Island with PJ Tours.
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Civil Defence logo 2Bay of Plenty residents can now sign up to receive civil defence text alerts...
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i-SITE Website screenshotŌpōtiki's i-SITE website has a new look...
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Conceptual image of Town prosperityŌpōtiki’s Harbour Redevelopment images spark imagination...
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Logo for webExciting social and economic changes for the Ōpōtiki district and the Entire Eastern Bay of plenty are now significantly closer to a reality following Ōpōtiki District Council’s successful application for Regional Infrastructure Funding.
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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

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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