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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.
Five established trees poisoned in an act of vandalism at Lake Te Koo Utu last year will be removed.
Cambridge residents will be offered a free bus service to Te Awamutu’s Livingstone Aquatic Centre this summer.
Te Awamutu residents will soon have access to improved water services with one of Waipa District Council’s major capital projects underway.
On Wednesday 11 September, kaumatua from local iwi led a cultural blessing for the first stage of the Waikeria wastewater pipeline project.
Those enrolled in the Māori electoral roll and in Pirongia and Maungatautari Wards will not receive voting papers in the upcoming elections.
Fundraising for Te Ara Wai is well underway with Trust Waikato announcing that it will inject $1 million into Waipa’s new museum and discovery centre.
An extra $50,000 has been donated to the Cambridge Pools project bringing it another step closer to its $2 million fundraising target.
A much loved Cambridge playground is set to get a makeover thanks to a push by the local community for an upgrade.
Calling all creatives in Waipā! Funding is now open for art and community-based projects throughout the district.
A new wastewater pipeline from Waikeria Prison to Kihikihi has been awarded by Waipa District Council.
More than 200 speed limits across Waipā district will be lowered by in an effort to reduce crashes and fatalities on local roads.
The Kakapo could soon be introduced to Maungatautari if a new fence testing project is successful.
Today Waipā’s Finance & Corporate Committee approved a 17-year lease to allow continued operation of the equipment from the Greenhill Drive site.
Ten candidates have been elected unopposed to Waipa District Council.
As the deadline for local government candidate nominations draws closer Waipā residents are being urged to apply for the districts two community boards.