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Waipa's unique cultural, historic and environmental heritage is important to us.
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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.
Waipa District Council will formally ask the community whether or not it wants local shops to be allowed to trade on Easter Sunday.
Waipa’s first ever council-owned set of traffic lights will be turned on next week.
Kihikihi Dog Pound is set to triple in size next year as work begins on an improved facility.
Physical work will begin next week on major road and services upgrades for Cambridge north.
Waipa District Council is considering a major new investment in pensioner housing.
A new online tool has been launched to help deal with a growing number of enquiries from people looking to invest in the Waipa district.
Residential properties in Waipa have increased in value by an average of 38% according to recent revaluations.
Waipa District Council has appointed elected councillors to the district’s two community boards.
Parents and caregivers and the wider community are being urged to have their say about Waipa’s playgrounds.
Waipa mayor Jim Mylchreest has re-appointed top-polling Cambridge councillor Grahame Webber as his deputy.
Nearly 2,500 people poured through the doors of Te Awamutu’s new library on opening day.
Construction of the Te Awamutu to Kihikihi cycleway is set to begin early in 2017.
New visitor accommodation has been approved for Cambridge.
Te Awamutu’s new library will open with a day-long celebration next Friday – and everyone is invited.
Lake Te Ko Utu’s historic gates will be moved to a more prominent place as part of the redevelopment of the entrance way into Cambridge.