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Horse riders will continue to have the use of Tuapiro Point but with some changes to where horses can be ridden, so that areas of cultural significance and ecological sensitivity are protected.
The plastic pontoon at Omokoroa boat ramp will be out of operation for a few weeks.
Construction of the new playground at Western Ave Sportsground Reserve will commence from 25 September. Please take care around this area.
Council has adopted its final proposal for the review of representation arrangements for the 2019 and 2022 triennial elections.
Council adopts its Annual Report for the year ended 30 June 2018.
The roadway down to the harbour within Kauri Point Historic Reserve is to be repaired to enable access to the jetty and boat ramp.
Council has accepted a $200,000 grant from Central Government to trial a KiwiCamp facility in Waihi Beach this summer to help manage freedom camping.
Champions to help in a crisis are the pieces of gold being sought in Western Bay communities by newly appointed Emergency Management and Community Resilience Advisor, Theo Ursum.
Mayor Garry Webber supports the Fix The BLOODY Road group and community members to protest about inaction regarding State Highway 2 upgrades this Sunday.
Western Bay of Plenty District Council will make its decision next week on the final proposal for representation arrangements for the 2019 elections onwards.
Council has announced $100,000 of funding for 27 community groups across the District.
Council staff recently took part in an expedition to relocate kōkako to Ōtanewainuku Forest in Oropi.
Four options for the future location of schools, a town centre, community hub and recreational reserves for Omokoroa.
Te Puke Recycling Centre is extending opening hours from September for a three-month trial.
Volunteers are needed to help clear an overgrown forest trail near Paengaroa so that a beautiful piece of bush can be included in the Paengaroa to Rotorua cycle trail.
Katikati’s The Centre – Pātuki Manawa – is open to the public following a day of opening community celebration on Tuesday 21 August.
Te Puke home owners are invited to take part in a free home assessment looking at water usage and how to conserve water to reduce water bills.
Have your say on the draft Eastern Catchment Management Plan to help us improve how we discharge stormwater into the environment.
Work has started on a pathway along the esplanade reserve at the end of Park Road to add another link in the walking and cycling network around Katikati.
A health warning has been issued for Waihī Estuary at Pukehina because of a bloom of potentially toxic algae.