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Information on rates, rebates, remissions, property files and online rating and valuation search.
Information on funds administered by Opotiki District Council.
Cycle, run or walk over stunning tracks & historic road in the Eastland region of New Zealand.
Government job-creation funding includes almost $4.5m for footpaths, cycleway extensions and funding to improve horse trails in Ōpōtiki.
The construction site will be one of the key bases of operations and there will be a lot of activity on the site in the coming months and years.
Pilot programme headed by the Mayors’ Taskforce for Jobs and the Ministry of Social Development fantastic chance for both businesses and youth.
Waka Kotahi advises the Waiotahi effluent disposal site on SH 2 will be closed for an upgrade from 15 to 26 June.
Opportunity to submit pricing to competing tenderers for Te Tahuhu o Te Rangi and Opotiki Pound build projects.
Mapping for up-to-date data with boats and drones for construction planning of the harbour entrance in the coming months.
A community update from Opotiki District Mayor Lyn Riesterer - 26 May 2020.
New seal, kerb and channel, footpaths and the first stage of stormwater improvements planned for the Tarawa Creek catchment are all going in.
A community update from Opotiki District Mayor Lyn Riesterer - 20 May 2020.
A community update from Opotiki District Mayor Lyn Riesterer and information on Council services and facilities open for business at Alert Level 2.
Te Whānau a Apanui are confident they can now lower their community-led Alert Levels to match the national guidelines from Wednesday.
Get on board and share the love of local through campaign aimed at helping Eastern Bay of Plenty businesses get back on their feet.
A community update from Opotiki District Mayor Lyn Riesterer - 1 May 2020
Essential services and Civil Defence continue, some other important activities resume, and focus is maintained on remote and online services.
A community update from Opotiki District Mayor Lyn Riesterer - 28 April 2020.