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Information on funds administered by Opotiki District Council.
Cycle, run or walk over stunning tracks & historic road in the Eastland region of New Zealand.
NZTA announces Waioeka Bridge to be cleaned in the coming months.
Nominations have now closed and the preliminary list of candidates for the 2019 local elections for Opotiki district have been released.
Next Friday, 16 August, nominations close at midday for the 2019 local elections.
Provide executive level support to governance and our wider management team to keep the cogs turning!
Calling all Engineers!
We have 3 full time Asset Engineering Vacancies.
Come and join our small and talented team.
Anyone over the age of 18 can stand for election as long as they are a New Zealand citizen and enrolled on the electoral roll.
Do you still support our vision for Te Tāhuhu o Te Rangi Technology and Research Centre? We're looking for your feedback.
Check out all our latest news in the July 2019 Panui.
Opotiki Mayor John Forbes honoured with Te Tari Taiwhenua Internal Affairs EXCELLENCE Award for Outstanding Contribution to Local Government.
The Opotiki Water Supply Plant suffered a critical failure Friday 6 July and is experiencing ongoing technical issues.
Animal Control Officers to visit Ōmaio and Te Kaha.
New resolution allows hunting dogs that have undertaken avian aversion training to be classified as working dogs for registration purposes.
The local elections will be held by postal vote, so you need to be enrolled correctly by 16 August to get your voting papers in the mail.
Annual Plans support long term plans and provide the basis for setting and assessing rates for each year.
Council encourages potential candidates to start thinking early about their future in local government.