Published date11 August 2022
Publication titleKatikati Advertiser
Aiming high for voter turnout

Western Bay of Plenty District Council as part of its Generation Change elections campaign, is calling on people to show they care what happens in the district by enrolling to vote before August 12. More people enrolled means more people who can vote on October 8 and the better the vision, ideas, and outcomes are for everyone.

“Let’s show our incoming councillors that we care about this place and vote,” says chief executive officer John Holyoake.

Volunteering Bay of Plenty to close

After 17 years, Volunteering Bay of Plenty will be closing as a registered non-profit charity. “Unfortunately, Covid-19 has made its impact in various ways, and it has added to Volbop’s already- stretched financial situation,” says acting chairwoman Berenice Langson. Volbop has announced it has...

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