Last modified: 2023-02-02 by ian macdonald
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Bay of Plenty Regional Council is the administrative body responsible for
overseeing regional land use, environmental management and civil defence in the
Bay of Plenty Region, in New Zealand's North Island. The seat of the regional
council is Whakatāne, the two main cities are Tauranga and Rotorua. The region
has 348,000 inhabitants on 12,231 kmē.
The current flag is a banner made after the landscape represented on the logo: light blue sky with a stylized sun at the upper fly, green hill and plain, sea in two shades of blue and white waves. The name of the council in white and in blue (maori part) is written at the lower part of the flag.
You can see it in use here:
image by Olivier Touzeau, 4 January 2023
The former flag, as seen in 2010:
https://goo.gl/maps/Ama5g1Fuyv77QmL79 was blue with a white panel in
the center with the logo.
Olivier Touzeau, 4 January 2023
If I recall correctly their colours are royal blue and yellow.
James Dignan, 6 May 1999