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Western BOP District Council adopt Long Term Plan
Western BOP District Council adopt Long Term Plan
29 June 2018
Western Bay of Plenty District Council has today adopted its Long Term Plan (LTP) 2018 – 2028.   The plan sets an average rates...
Tauranga City Council Long Term Plan adopted
Tauranga City Council Long Term Plan adopted
29 June 2018
Tauranga’s mayor and councillors today adopted the Long Term Plan (LTP) 2018-2028.   The LTP is Tauranga City Council’s...
Government support for Rotorua district direction
Government support for Rotorua district direction
29 June 2018
Rotorua mayor Steve Chadwick says Government funding announced today is an important endorsement of the district’s progress and...
SmartGrowth June 2018 Newsletter
SmartGrowth June 2018 Newsletter
29 June 2018
Launched in 2004, SmartGrowth provides a unified vision, direction and voice for the future of the western Bay of Plenty as we help develop a great...
Rotorua Lakes Council adopts Long Term Plan
Rotorua Lakes Council adopts Long Term Plan
28 June 2018
Rotorua Lakes Council’s 2018-28 Long-term Plan is a major investment in the Rotorua community and the ongoing progress of the district, says...
Priority 1 June 2018 Newsletter
Priority 1 June 2018 Newsletter
28 June 2018
Please click here to download Priority One’s newsletter, covering activities and news relating to economic development during June...
Taupo Education Campaign Says Do The Right Thing
Taupo Education Campaign Says Do The Right Thing
27 June 2018
A new district-wide education campaign in Taupo is being rolled out to encourage people to do the right thing when it comes to flushing foreign...
Developing Maori Leaders in an emerging market on their own land
Developing Maori Leaders in an emerging market on their own land
27 June 2018
New Zealand Manuka Group is a medium-sized Whakatāne-based primary industry business operating in partnership with Māori land owners in the Bay...
National approach to identifying high risk catchments makes sense
National approach to identifying high risk catchments makes sense
26 June 2018
Local Government New Zealand has today supported the Government’s response to the Land and Water Forum’s recommendations on its...
Opotiki responds to Ministers announcement
Opotiki responds to Ministers announcement
22 June 2018
People are coming out in support for Ōpōtiki from across the country – iwi, industry, government and the wider community - following...
Te Maru o Kaituna celebrates ground-breaking Kaituna River Document
Te Maru o Kaituna celebrates ground-breaking Kaituna River Document
22 June 2018
The new Kaituna River Document has been launched and celebrated by Te Maru o Kaituna River Authority today.   Te Maru o Kaituna River...
Taupo District Council gets in behind Ruapehu development
Taupo District Council gets in behind Ruapehu development
15 June 2018
Taupo District Council is to buy $1 million of investment bonds in a gondola project on Mt Ruapehu that is expected to be a 'game changer'...
Proposed international visitor conservation and tourism levy a step forward
Proposed international visitor conservation and tourism levy a step forward
15 June 2018
LGNZ welcomes the Government’s acknowledgement today, in its announcement of a proposed International Visitor Conservation and Tourism Levy,...
Tauranga new central library to be built within three years
Tauranga new central library to be built within three years
14 June 2018
Tauranga City Council has agreed to invest in a new, future-proofed central library as part of the Long Term Plan 2018-2028 deliberations. The new...
Creswell gets consent
Creswell gets consent
13 June 2018
A proposal to expand the Otakiri Springs water bottling plant in eastern Bay of Plenty has today been granted consent by an independent hearing...
Rotorua Lakes Council named LGNZ EXCELLENCE Awards finalist
Rotorua Lakes Council named LGNZ EXCELLENCE Awards finalist
13 June 2018
​​​Announcement from Local Government New Zealand below:     Rotorua Lakes Council’s Long-term strategy, The...
COUNCIL FUND SEEDS SCHOOL GARDEN PROJECT
COUNCIL FUND SEEDS SCHOOL GARDEN PROJECT
12 June 2018
Nurturing life is part of the learning at Oropi School, where pupils are discovering the rewards of growing their own food.​   The...
Taupo District Economic Strengthening Plan
Taupo District Economic Strengthening Plan
12 June 2018
​Taupo District Council has adopted a District Economic Strengthening Plan to help achieve its vision "to be the most prosperous and...
Ceremony to start Kaituna re-diversion works
Ceremony to start Kaituna re-diversion works
8 June 2018
A public ceremony including karakia (prayers) and speeches to mark the start of construction works for the Kaituna River Re-diversion and Te Awa o...
New Housing Ministry Announced
New Housing Ministry Announced
8 June 2018
Today the Minister of Housing and Urban Development announced Cabinet accepted a paper proposing the establishment of a new Ministry of Housing...
THE CENTRE - PATUKI MANAWA A NEW MULTI-PURPOSE BUILDING IN KATIKATI.
THE CENTRE - PATUKI MANAWA A NEW MULTI-PURPOSE BUILDING IN KATIKATI.
7 June 2018
Community feedback last year showed mixed support for Pātuki Manawa (which means the beating heart in Māori) with others suggesting a more...
Whakatane Community Survey Underway
Whakatane Community Survey Underway
6 June 2018
The Whakatāne District Council’s annual community survey is now underway.   Undertaken by the National Research Bureau, the...
Partnerships give new look to Driver Directions
Partnerships give new look to Driver Directions
2 June 2018
The fate of Rotorua’s Driver Directions course has been saved by the support of a group of local organisations.   Rotorua...
Recovery innovation recognised
Recovery innovation recognised
1 June 2018
The Whakatāne District Recovery Team has been acknowledged for “exceptional innovation or creativity that has pushed the boundaries of...