Rotorua - Tatau Tatau
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.
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|Issue 15||In this issue: The Journey Project, Rotorua Proud, Representation Review, Project updates Cover story: Child Equity Programme|
|Issue 14||In this issue: A lifetime love of the land, Support for jobseekers, Long-term Plan 2021 - 2031, Project updates. Cover story: The māra kai movement|
|Issue 13||In this issue: Tuia programme, The Arts Village, Project updates. Cover story: Rotorua Pound Homeless Hounds|
|Issue 12||In this issue: Kuirau Park development, Te Arawa 2050, redeployment programme, project updates. Cover story: New voices taking to the airwaves|
|Issue 11||In this issue: Night Market turns 10, History of our forests, Conservation at Paradise Valley, Project updates, Cover story: Welcoming new faces to Rotorua|
|Issue 10||In this issue: Meet our elected members, Schools take sustainability lead, Community Constable on the beat, Project updates, Cover story: Forging positive partnerships|
|Issue 9||In this issue: Making a difference at Sunset, Museum update, Kia kaha te reo Māori, Ngongotahā Stream work, cover story: Hone’s vision for Fordlands|
|Issue 8||In this issue: Progress in Ngongotahā, Keeping kids safe, Investing in the community, Lakefront development update, Māori All Blacks and other events|
|Issue 7||In this issue: Enhancing reality in Waimangu, Shared space supports move to Rotorua, Lifting our levels of service, Project updates, Crankworx and other events|
|Issue 6||In this issue: Rotorua's employee of the year; Ka Pai Kai Rotorua; Summer Staycation ideas; Linton community centre revival; Summer events|
|Issue 5||In this issue: Keeping out the cold; Museum and SHMPAC updates Roading – the big picture; Enhancing our spaces; What’s on|
|Issue 4||In this issue: Bright market futures; Turning dreams into reality; Growing business connections; Respect for Te Reo Māori; What's on|
|Issue 3||In this issue: Legend of the lost Tiki; Free whānau fun; Crankworx and Kidsworx; Te Aka Mauri – win prizes!; What's on|
|Issue 2||In this issue: Eastside Community Collaboration; Families that ride together, stay together; Celebrating Different Cultures; Summer Activities and Events|
|Issue 1||In this issue: Power to the people through te reo; Riding the Tech Wave; Mamaku Connections; In Profile – Our Community Boards|