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Waipa's unique cultural, historic and environmental heritage is important to us.
Check out our parks and reserves, libraries, museums and, swimming pools.
We have a 24-hour, district-wide service for all dog and stock control calls.
All building work requires approval by Council through a building consent.
Lake Ngāroto’s popular walking track will temporarily close next week for weed clearing work and track maintenance.
A Waipā local is being forced to pay nearly $1,100 in damages after he was caught deliberately damaging a council reserve with a vehicle.
Two playgrounds in Cambridge and Te Awamutu will be getting a $40,000 facelift in the next few weeks.
Council’s efforts to highlight the district’s heritage has created waves in Wellington.
More than $21,000 has been allocated to a variety of creative events and project in Waipā.
It’s all action at the Cambridge pool site with demolition nearly completed.
Council wants feedback on bylaw changes to clarify rules around public places, cemeteries and waste.
Outstanding efforts by the district's students were celebrated at the Waipā Youth Awards.
Nearly 75% of Waipā’s dogs remain unregistered as the 30 June deadline approaches.
Councillors have indicated they may add a further $2.56 million to the draft 10-Year Plan budget
The second round of mock water bills shows many households will see a drop in potential cost.
Heritage projects in Waipā have until the end of the month to get their funding applications in.
Keep cycleways, paths and driveways clear or risk getting a ticket, warns Council parking enforcement.
Council has teamed up GoWaipa to ensure people of all abilities can access Te Awamutu’s community pool.
Demolition of the Cambridge pool buildings is underway following a blessing held this morning.