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Cycle, run or walk over stunning tracks & historic road in the Eastland region of New Zealand.
Council encourages voters to post voting papers by this Saturday 5 October.
Have you received yours?
Ōpōtiki voters will be able to cast their votes in the 2019 local council elections from tomorrow Friday 20 September.
Businesses and community members join forces to create a collective voice and vision.
Council opens consultation to identify thoroughfares.
Ōpōtiki District Council added its voice to the international chorus raising awareness of climate change.
Council voted today to continue with full redevelopment of the library site and build Te Tāhuhu o Te Rangi Technology and Research Centre.
Applications open this week for even more funding for Ōpōtiki’s creative projects.
Council staff chat to business owners and managers to get feedback about a revitalised town centre.
Quotable Value to carry out rating revaluations in September - some property owners may be contacted directly.
20 people have thrown their hats in the ring as candidates in the upcoming Ōpōtiki District Council elections. Make sure you're ready to vote.
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.
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.