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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.
Councils to seek views on proposed sub-regional approach to manage water.
More than half a million dollars is to be invested for critical improvements to the Livingstone Aquatic Centre.
Contractors have completed installing nearly 11,400 new water meters across Waipa district, paving the way for separate water billing to begin next year.
Independent research has identified a "clear market" for a new Waipa discovery centre promoting the district's unique character and identity.
Council is calling on the community to help write Waipa's story for the next 10 years.
Plans to significantly improve road safety at Hanlin and Cambridge Roads have been revealed.
Council looks likely to say no to businesses trading on Easter Sunday in the district.
Waipa’s creative community is being encouraged to apply for a $40,000 fund
Nearly $100,000 has been earmarked to support Waipa-based events over the coming year.
A short-term borrowing arrangement will return more than a quarter million dollars to Council.
Public consultation has closed with 68% of submissions against Easter Sunday trading.
Preliminary work will begin in earnest within the next month to upgrade Te Awamutu's water supply.
Ten groups have been allocated $35,000 to support heritage initiatives in our district.
A revamped and extended playground in Te Awamutu may be ready by Christmas.
Council is urging the community to put up projects now for consideration in its 10-Year Plan.