A monthly newspaper supplement on Council activities published in the Ōtaki Mail
October - LED lights to brighten up Ōtaki
September - Resident satisfaction continues to rise
August - Ōtaki locals among those honoured at Civic and Community Awards
July - We're getting tsunami ready
April - More stormwater capacity with new pump station
March - Ōtaki Pool rebuild gets underway
February - Waitangi Day commemorations
October - Kāpiti Arts Trail coming soon
September - Ōtaki in Ākina Te Reo Videos
August - Slam dunk
July - Time to register your pooch
June - Matariki 2016
May - Work at Blue Bluff slip site progressing
April - Work started on Blue Bluff slip
March - Ōtaki Kite Festival to boost local economy
26 November - Pool prepares for summer season
29 October: Public transport issues get a hearing
1 October: Grand old lady has new future
27 August: Encouraging visitors to stay and play
30 July: Big boost for Ōtaki aquatics
1 July: Heavy rain strikes again
28 May: Ōtaki - so much more off SH1
30 April: How do you want to be governed?
26 March: Have your say on the future of Kāpiti
26 February: Sky's the limit at Ōtaki Kite Festival
19 December: Season's greetings from the Mayor
28 November: Arts Trail a success
31 October: Scooter park being built
3 October: Photographic Exhibition of WWII Veterans
29 August: Civic & community awards honour Ōtaki volunteers
1 August: Retro tractor brings nostalgia to Ōtaki playground
27 June: Ōtaki Innovation Hub host Careers Expo
30 May: Entyre brings jobs to Ōtaki
1 May: The Ōtaki water story
28 March: Walkway loop completed at Haruatai Park
28 February: Kite festival bigger and better
30 January: Be part of Waitangi Day Commerations in Ōtaki
Ōtaki Update: Season's Greetings from Mayor Ross Church
Ōtaki Update: Keep your kids reading over summer
Ōtaki Update: Little Greenie open home
Ōtaki Update: Counting down to local body elections
Ōtaki Update: Ōtaki buses now running on cleaner, blended fuel
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