The Western Bay, stretching from Bowentown to Otamarakau.
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Our Animal Services team is committed to promoting better care and control of dogs.
In the mood for a good read or relaxing audio visual entertainment? Look in on any of our libraries.
Enjoy the great outdoors of Western Bay by going out for leisurely walk or visit one of our parks.
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Come along to the Omokoroa community days to share your views and take a look at some of the options for the peninsula’s future development.
Te Puke’s annual Christmas float parade will feature a racing car theme in memory of the town’s Formula One local legend Denny Hulme.
Bay of Plenty Regional Council monitors the water quality at popular beaches, lakes and rivers in the District. Before you swim, check your local is safe!
Our utilities team was in the thick of the action at the Hands on Water Expo, where school children got to grips with the importance of waterways.
Don't miss out on the opportunity to view the original 1784 manuscript, the first time on display in the southern hemisphere. Get your tickets now!
Help shape how the peninsula will look when it will be home to 12,000 people.
Its all go for the new public toilet in Katikati's Diggelmann Park.
Doctoral students at the University of Waikato may have found a way to stabilise Omokoroa’s sensitive soils and reduce the number of landslides.
A ground-breaking move by local councils to join hands with entrepreneurs aims to help Western Bay people maximise digital opportunities.
Te Puke and Katikati libraries are offering free training sessions for those wanting help with downloading and using eBooks and eAudio books.
Come along to the community open day at Te Puna School Hall on Saturday, 11 November, or have your say on the draft community plan online.
Although Guy Fawkes can be a fun and exciting time for many, for others it can be distressing – particularly animals.
Access to Aongatete Outdoor Education Centre and the Kaimai Forest Park will be improved with the sealing Aongatete Lodge Road.
Water mains throughout the Western Bay District are being flushed over the next two weeks.
One of Western Bay’s landscape jewels is getting a makeover.
Should shops be allowed to trade on Easter Sunday?
A group of like-minded locals in Paengaroa have banded together to confront challenges facing the small rural community.
If you spot anyone dumping tyres anywhere around the Western Bay – take their vehicle’s registration and phone Council.
A water mains break in Katikati is the cause of the town’s water looking cloudy or aerated over the last two days. It is perfectly safe to drink.
A reminder about the importance of owners controlling their dogs in public.