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    Covid cases and holidaymaker numbers put pressure on Ōpōtiki whānau

    Photo: Whakatōhea Manaaki Triage Foodbank based out of Te Pou Oranga o Whakatōhea.

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    Ōpōtiki Harbour development halted by council vote

    The new Ōpōtiki District Council has voted to halt all construction of its $100 million Harbour redevelopment.

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    Te Whakatōhea begins voting for Treaty settlement

    History is being made in the eastern Bay of Plenty for Whakatōhea whānau as voting begins on settling the iwi's 30-year-long Treaty claim with the Crown.

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    Whakatōhea hapū win customary marine title case

    The eastern Bay of Plenty hapū say they are  "ecstatic". 

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    One person dead after Ōpōtiki motorcycle crash

    One person is dead following a crash in Ōpōtiki.

  7. Video for Ōpōtiki fitness program incorporates mātauranga Māori
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    Ōpōtiki fitness program incorporates mātauranga Māori

    New fitness program in Ōpōtiki aims at using mātauranga Māori for people exercising in their own homes.

  8. Video for Māori-led team's TikTok video wins Ōpōtiki community challenge
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    Māori-led team's TikTok video wins Ōpōtiki community challenge

    A short dance video performed by a small Māori-led Covid-19 community-based assessment centre team in Ōpōtiki has won a local community TikTok challenge as part of a challenge to have a bit of fun.  The clip was voted the favourite in the adult category and clocked up 1,000 views in three days.

  9. Video for Hikarukutai hero travels 40 mins every day to take kai to her elders
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    Hikarukutai hero travels 40 mins every day to take kai to her elders

    Takapau Flavell travels from her home in Ōpōtiki to the small community of Hāwai every day to take kai to her elders.

  10. Video for Shane Jones: Provincial Growth Fund is not a "slush fund"
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    Shane Jones: Provincial Growth Fund is not a "slush fund"

    Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones is standing by a Provincial Growth Fund decision to contribute millions towards Opōtiki's new harbour entrance. Critics have labelled it a 'slush fund' but Jones says the fund will help the Opotiki community bring 20 years of hard work to life while creating economic and employment opportunities. The Opōtiki council will be holding a street party this Saturday to celebrate the funding announcement. Last month the Minister announced it would be investing $79.4 million into the build, adding to the $20 million previously pledged by the Bay of Plenty Regional Council under its Regional Infrastructure Fund.

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