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28 February 2019 - This morning more than 250 people attended the unveiling of the restored Te Arawa Soldiers’ Memorial.
27 February 2019 - Rotorua is all set to again host world-class mountain biking event Crankworx and residents are encouraged to make the most of free events on offer.
26 February 2019 - A service will take place from dawn on Thursday 28 February
20 February 2019 - One dress, seven Citizenship Ceremonies
21 February 2019 - MetService advises that Oma will stay away but wind and rain likely for the next couple of days
19 February 2019 - Applications are now open for members of the public to be part of the Community Reference Group which will help create an Action Plan to reduce the risk and impact of future storm events in Ngongotahā.
18 February 2019 - $25,000 funding available for Rotorua arts initiatives
17 February 2019 - The upgrade to the Westbrook netball courts is nearing completion
16 February 2019 - Are you interested in seeing how it's progressing?
15 February 2019 - Over the weekend please show real restraint with water use both inside and outside the house.
15 February 2019 - Pumicelands Rural Fire and Emergency have issued a total fire ban for the district
14 February 2019 - Hot pools lease extension and traffic bylaw consultation endorsed and submitters heard on prostitution bylaw review
13 February 2019 - Committee to consider Waikite Valley hot pools lease, traffic bylaw amendments and submissions to Prostitution Bylaw review
12 February 2019 - Tamariki are invited to attend reo Māori workshop to help shape the design of the Lakefront play space
8 February 2019 - The community reference group to help Rotorua Lakes Council and Bay of Plenty Regional Council create a Ngongotahā Action Plan following last April’s floods will be in place by the end of February.
7 February 2019 - Early concepts for improvements and upgrades include new pools, facilities and water slides
5 February 2019 - First committee hui of the year will update elected members on the Aquatic Centre and summer operations
28 January 2019 - Click here to find out what is planned for the festivities this week
26 January 2019 - February is sneaking up on us - here are a few bike events to put in your calendar
25 January 2019 - What have you got planned?
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