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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 team of recycling inspectors are set to hit the streets of Waipā as part of an added recycling service being trialled by Waipa District Council and recycling contractors, Metallic Sweeping.
Council announced today that funding has been freed up for more pensioner housing following the sale of 36 units to a local housing charity
A Council committee has recommended that lower speed limits on roads across Waipā district be adopted at the next council meeting later this month.
There is going to be an invasion of breast cancer paddlers coming to New Zealand for the International Breast Cancer Paddlers Commission (IBCPC) festival to be held in the Waikato in 2022.
Are you keen to help make Waipā a safer place to live and spend time in? New Zealand Police and Waipa District Council are on the look-out for volunteers to monitor its new CCTV cameras.
The much-loved sculpture at Te Awamutu Rose Gardens is set to get a touch-up ahead of the 50th anniversary of the gardens later this year.
It took a couple of creative Kiwi kids an hour, one hammer, one screw driver, a couple of sets of wheels and their nana’s old blue recycling crate to win the Great Crate Challenge.
Vodafone wants to renew its lease to operate cell phone telecommunications equipment from the Te Awamutu water reservoir.
More than $95,000 was allocated from this year’s District Promotion Fund to support 23 events that promote the Waipā
Local elections for Waipa District Council are opening this Friday 19 July.
Recycling bins in Waipā will be a little lighter this week after hundreds of glass jars and plastic bottles were reused by the community at Plastic Free July events held over the weekend.
Waipa District Council is supporting Pirongia locals in urging Spark to consider other locations for a new cell-phone tower it plans to build in the village.
He is cute, fluffy, a little mischievous and loves fruit. He is also the winner of this year’s free dog registration for life.
A section of Owairaka Valley Road will be closed from 9am on Thursday 11 July for up to two week.
CCTV cameras will soon be installed in Waipā’s main town centres to make the district a safer place to live and spend time in.