NEWS & MEDIA
TENNANTS of the Richard Street Rangimarie Trust put on an afternoon tea for their landlords on Tuesday. Four of the trustees, including
chairman Rangi Williams, were able to attend the Christmas themed event, organised entirely by the tenants.
In the 1970’s a number of Ōpōtiki residents concerned with the shortage of quality low-cost rental homes in Ōpōtiki for people on a low fixed income , decided to act.
A long term couple accepted as new tenants in the new Rangimarie Trust flats want to express their gratitude.
The Rangimarie Trust and the Ōpōtiki community celebrated the opening of four new flats in King Street on Tuesday morning.
Residents of Opotiki’s Rangimarie Trust have painted a beautiful Rousseau-style mural to welcome visitors to the Richard Street complex.
Construction of Rangimarie Trust’s four new housing units on King Street is under way and it is hoped tenants will be able to take up residence March next year.
TWO community-centred projects in Opotiki have emerged as big winners in the inaugural strategic funding round from BayTrust.
TAKING a walk around Willy Storer’s home is quite unlike anything else. In fact, it feels like you could be wandering through a $2 dollar shop, or a bargain retail store.
FURTHER units like the one Willy Storer lives in at Rangimarie Flats planned for King Street are awaiting a green light from Opotiki District Council.
OPOTIKI’S Rangimarie Trust has been in existence for 36 years and is still coming up with new ways to provide low-cost housing for those who need it most.