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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.
A mock crash near Te Awamutu yesterday encouraged Waipa drivers to slow down on rural roads.
The brand new bike park and upgraded playground will officially open on Friday 23 Feb with a community party.
Council will consider granting $500,000 towards a new sport and recreation centre in Ōhaupō - if the local community supports it.
Te Awamutu and Kihikihi residents will soon receive their first mock water bill.
Council looks set to support multi-million dollar investments in the district's heritage but says it can't 'go it alone'.
Council and Police are reminding drivers to focus on kids as school gets underway for the new year.
Waipa district has dropped to Water Alert Level 2 following a decrease in water use by local residents.
Waipa District Council has confirmed construction of the new Cambridge pool will begin in mid-2018
Waipa bike riders and motorists are being urged to share the road with care over summer.
A single council-owned company to manage water, wastewater and stormwater services is off the table.
Water use in Waipa district has hit a record high for December, prompting a move to Water Alert Level 3 - effective immediately.
Te Awamutu’s new playground and bike park will be opened in the new year with a community party to celebrate
Waipa District Council is warning further water restrictions will be necessary if residents don’t start cutting back their water use.
Heritage supporters are encouraged to apply for Waipa District Council’s heritage fund.
Council is building a draft 10-Year plan that is "ambitious but affordable".