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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Council Boosts Community Matching Fund to $140,000

DWestern Bay of Plenty District Council has boosted its annual Community Matching Fund by $40,000 this year to $140,000 – and...

Flying Start for Pest-free Te Puna

Te Puna’s pest-free programme got off to a flying start on Saturday, 2 March, with more than 100 people attending and...

Stray Dogs Captured by Council

Animal services officers from the Western Bay of Plenty District Council have captured a pack of roaming dogs that has allegedly...

KiwiCamp Location to Go Out for Consultation

Western Bay of Plenty District Council has put the new KiwiCamp facility at Waihi Beach on hold until next summer.

Council Acts on Te Puna Village Feedback

Western Bay of Plenty District Council has made recommendations relating to the future development of the Te Puna Village commercial area.
Representation Review Hearing

Representation Review Hearing

The Local Government Commission will conduct a hearing on 20 February on the Western Bay of Plenty District Council’s representation arrangements for...
Western Bay of Plenty District Council

Council Puts Speed Review on Hold

Western Bay of Plenty District Council has put on hold a review of speed limits on local roads, pending direction from the New Zealand Transport Agency on its SH2 speed limit review.
2019 Western Bay Mayoral Mentoring student Cale Borell January 2019

Mayoral Mentoring Embraced by Cale

Having completed a year-long local government mayoral leadership programme, Cale Borell is even more determined to one day become a force within...

Te Puke Highway Closes Over January

Te Puke Highway will be closed for one month from Tuesday 15 January until mid-February for installation of a culvert and...
Council-led Recycling

Western Bay To Consult On Council-led Rubbish And Recycling

Changes to rubbish collection and recycling in Western Bay are to be proposed through Western Bay of Plenty District Council’s 2019/20 annual...