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Rotorua – Tatau Tatau is Council’s magazine. This magazine reflects some of the mahi which Rotorua Lakes Council does or supports, plus offers a spotlight to groups and organisations in our community who are achieving great things.
We are a growing thriving district, we continue to see new ideas, new businesses moving or setting up here and more people choosing to call Rotorua home. Tatau Tatau aims to showcase this to the community.
The latest issue was delivered to letterboxes between Nov 19 and 23. If you did not get a copy, and would like one, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with Tatau Tatau in the subject line.
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We are on the lookout for community groups, businesses, organisations and individuals to be featured. Let us know what you’re up to by emailing email@example.com with Tatau Tatau in the subject line.
In this issue: Enhancing reality in Waimangu, Shared space supports move to Rotorua, Lifting our levels of service, Project updates, Crankworx and other events
In this issue: Rotorua's employee of the year; Ka Pai Kai Rotorua; Summer Staycation ideas; Linton community centre revival; Summer events
In this issue: Keeping out the cold; Museum and SHMPAC updates
Roading – the big picture; Enhancing our spaces; What’s on
In this issue: Bright market futures; Turning dreams into reality; Growing business connections; Respect for Te Reo Māori; What's on
In this issue: Legend of the lost Tiki; Free whānau fun; Crankworx and Kidsworx; Te Aka Mauri – win prizes!; What's on
In this issue: Eastside Community Collaboration; Families that ride together, stay together; Celebrating Different Cultures; Summer Activities and Events
In this issue: Power to the people through te reo; Riding the Tech Wave; Mamaku Connections; In Profile – Our Community Boards