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Increasing housing options and supply to ensure everyone has access to homes.
Council has extended the deadline for registering your dog until 30 September 2022
Proposal for the revocation and disposal of reserves for housing
Key information for 2022 local election
Today's responses to enquiries about election signs complaints, signing of the new partnership with Ngāti Kearoa Ngāti Tuara, and emergency housing
Today's responses to enquiries about building consents, dog attacks, Mayoral candidate statement re council CE, and summer festivals
Today's responses to enquiries about emergency housing, crime in CBD/Fenton St, and Mayor's statement on emergency housing
Today's responses to enquiries about Welcoming Communities co-ordinator role, mayoral candidate's statement about emergency housing, and investment in mountainbiking
After escaping not once, but twice, from the horrors of WWII prisoner of war camps, Walter Bakkenes settled in Rotorua and spent the rest of his life finding peace through his art.
30 September 2022 - Sealing crews were met with damp conditions to mark the start of the Waikato and Bay of Plenty renewal season for 2022/23.
30 September 2022 - Waitōharuru / Tarawera Landing boat ramp and jetty is now open to the public.
Books of Condolence on their way to Buckingham Palace.
Request for information regarding whether Council made a funding application to Waka Kotahi under their Streets for People projects
Request for information regarding the i-Park contract
Request for information regarding why it took RDC over three days to post data on its website about the location of Rotorua’s QE2 Condolence Books.
Request for information regarding the 2022 Elections