Papakainga Maori Housing Tool Kit
The Te Puke Spring Festival is coming up at Jubilee Park, Te Puke on the 1 November 2014 from 9am - 3pm. See details below;
Papamoa Hall site secured following blaze
Council staff are securing the Papamoa Hall site following a fire that destroyed the building last night (Tuesday, 28...
Russ rises from pound dog to island plant detective
Thanks to Council’s animal services officer Betty Hall, a dog from the Te Puke pound has a new career.
Fire Permit Season
Fire permits are now available via our online application or by calling at any one of our five offices at Ph 07 571...
Waihi Beach – coastal erosion 1 & 2 October 2014
Details of the Waihi Beach Coastal erosion which occurred on the 1 and 2 October 14 - Now available.
Maketu community plan under review
The community plan for Maketu is being reviewed to check whether original actions are still relevant and to ensure ne...
Western Bay leaves door open on alcohol off-licence ‘cap’
Council may in the future revisit the Provisional Local Alcohol Policy (PLAP) and the issue of whether a cap can be...
Council and Transport Agency save millions on new contract
Council and the NZ Transport Agency have awarded a $154 million road maintenance contract set to save ratepayers and...
Community groups asked to set pace for the next 10 years
Western Bay of Plenty District Council is reviewing its 10-year programme of projects and is seeking input to the...