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Our Animal Services team is committed to promoting better care and control of dogs.
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Enjoy the great outdoors of Western Bay by going out for leisurely walk or visit one of our parks.
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Te Puke Library is offering free computer lessons through the Stepping UP Programme in partnership with 20/20 Trust.
Council is pleased with the recent Environment Court decision regarding Matakana Island.
Those dead batteries can be a pain to get rid of. Not anymore! We're trialling free E-cycle battery recycling at all our offices and recycling centres.
Agrecovery is coming to the Western Bay with its recycling programme for containers on 27 and 29 September.
The pace of change, building communities, protecting our environment and getting around are the key themes emerging from community conversations on the Long Term Plan.
Te Puke will showcase the diversity of the environment with the Enviro Expo in October, hosted by Environment Te Puke.
Think before you stop or park when dropping off or picking up students from the school bus.
Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori celebrates Te Reo Māori. It is an opportunity for all New Zealanders to have a go at learning and using the language in everyday life.
The awesome new playground will be ready for action on Monday, 25 September!
Inspiring young people to take hands-on care of their environment.
A $2500 funding boost from Council will help children with special needs in Te Puke.
Mixed opinions to Te Puke’s main street upgrade were expressed by around 100 people attending a public meeting last week.
Showing outstanding commitment to supporting themselves has won 28 community groups across the Western Bay a share of $100,000.
A Coastal Erosion Responses Policy has been adopted, to enable consistent decision-making where Council-owned coastal land is affected by coastal erosion or subsidence.
Celebration for completion of project.
SH36/Pyes Pa Rd near the intersection of Oropi Gorge Rd is down to one lane with a 30km/h speed restriction in place, as a precautionary measure.
TECT Park receives $270m government package for cellphone tower.
Several place-getters at the Trustpower Community Awards this week are groups that Council has supported through mentoring and networking.
The Uretara Estuary Managers (UEM) group will receive $250,000 over five years from the Ministry for the Environment.
‘Pātuki Manawa’ means the beating heart. What do you think of this name for the soon-to-be-built Katikati Library, Service Centre and Community Hub?