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Cycle, run or walk over stunning tracks & historic road in the Eastland region of New Zealand.
The national direction for the Bay of Plenty to move to COVID-19 alert level 2 will mean a number of changes for Council services.
A community update from Opotiki Mayor Lyn Riesterer - 12 August 2020.
Project takes a major step forward with announcement of Livingstone Building NZ Ltd as the contractor for the build.
Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters visits Ōpōtiki to announce funding for multiple projects that will employ locals in facilities development and upgrade.
Contractors starting work on construction of Ōpōtiki’s Harbour development were formally welcomed to Ōpōtiki.
Since lockdown there has been an influx of horses being brought into the township and it is simply not sustainable.
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We want the Ōpōtiki town centre to be a vibrant area that reflects the past, present and future communities.
Workforce Coordinator to enable strong links between new work in the district and training and skills development.
Project to remove pest trees and clear weeds near the confluence of the Waioeka River and Tarawa Creek is a ‘double win’ for the community.
Ōpōtiki District Council featured heavily as an example of best practice in its rollout of upgrades to its wastewater infrastructure.
Based on the Annual Plan budgets, the annual plan will see a rates rise of 2.92%, well below the forecast 5.09% in the Long Term Plan.
Work is already underway with both Council and funders the Provincial Growth Fund enabling a speedy start to this shovel-ready project.
Council has had a record-breaking few months for building consents, with five large-value building works all granted consent in the last quarter.
From 1 July, residents in coastal areas will no longer hear alert sirens as a notice to check for official messages in case of a tsunami alert.