Olympian Lisa Carrington was honoured in style in Whakatāne today with a parade
Toi EDA, the eastern Bay of Plenty’s economic development agency, recently held its first meeting with a number of new faces at the board table. Toi trustee, John Galbraith, said that the changing of the guard on the Board was a reflection of recent changes in the agency and the […]
My vision has never changed. It always comes back to creating jobs it always has done right from the time I was elected. I want to have a vibrant community that always has jobs for people.
My vision is not for Karen and her lifetime, it’s for my children and grandchildren. I think that’s
what we’ve got to be doing now so that all the things we want here are going to be here.
The Whakatāne District Council has endorsed a partnership arrangement with Ngāti Manawa which could see the iwi take over day-to-day animal control and other regulatory activities in Murupara and the surrounding area.