31 Mar 2021
New World Easter Egg Trail

New World Te Puke Easter Egg Trail 2021

Those who braved the weather and came to the New World Easter Egg Trail had a few treats this afternoon! Here is set one of the photos taken by Vector Group Charitable Trust. Here are the two albums https://www.facebook.com/media/set?vanity=EPICTePuke&set=a.2129150703894002 and https://www.facebook.com/media/set?vanity=EPICTePuke&set=a.2129168440558895

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16 Dec 2019
Christmas in the Park Te Puke 2019

Video Highlights – Seeka Te Puke Christmas Float Parade 2019

Highlights from the day. Lovely to see community members and organisations come together with healthy collaboration across our district. Videoography and editing by Vector Group Charitable Trust aka Totem FilmCameras: Panasonic GH5 and DJI Mavic Pro 2 Audio by Neoclassic: Christmas Dubstep https://audiojungle.net/item/christmas-dubstep/9573588 {Christmas dubstep remix of “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy” with powerful loud bass […]

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05 Dec 2019

Housing Stress in Te Puke

This document has been produced by the Housing Working Group, a group formed out of the Te Puke CoLab. As the name suggests, the Co-Lab is a collaboration between various local agencies, working together to improve wellbeing in Te Puke. Co-Lab was established late in 2017 to better enable its members to work collectively to […]

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01 Oct 2019
Summer information 2019/20

WBOPDC Summer information 2019/20

Summer information 2019/20 On this Page Library and Service Centre opening hours Kerbside Rubbish and Recycling Collection Recycling & Greenwaste Drop-off Centres Freedom Camping Dog Control Alcohol Bans Recreational Water Quality Fire Permits Here you’ll find all the information you need to know about our services over the 2019/20 summer period! Library and Service Centre […]

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07 Jan 2019

Social Link

Our Story The Western Bay of Plenty has a proud social service heart. At its core, in the western Bay of Plenty approximately 240 organisations work daily to improve the wellbeing of individuals, families and our society. Many of our fellow New Zealanders struggle with isolation, poverty, mental illness, addiction, housing, food insecurity amongst other issues […]

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