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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.
Erosion work will continue this week to stabilise the banks of the Mangaohoi Stream.
Te Awamutu’s historic band rotunda in Victoria Park is to be repaired and refurbished
Dog owners have been reminded they are responsible for their dogs at all times in public places, including designated off-lead areas.
Public input is being sought into proposed changes to Waipa District Council’s rules around stormwater.
Cambridge residents are being urged to share their preferences about the future of the public spaces in Cambridge.
The youngest member of Waipa District Council’s water services team has picked up a national award.
An exhibition celebrating the work of 91-year-old master weaver Matekino Lawless opens today at Te Awamutu Museum.
A 1950s pocket watch, gas masks from World War II and an historic bird snare are among the latest items to join Te Awamutu Museum’s digital collection.
Part of a historic landfill in Pirongia will be relocated to prevent it from spilling rubbish into a local stream.
Four historic objects significant to the Waipā district, have secured the Te Awamutu Museum a finalists spot in the prestigious New Zealand Museum Awards.
More than 84 per cent of people who weighed in on the recent speed limits bylaw agree it is time to slow our speed.
Waipa District Council has appointed two new group managers to its executive team.
Ground-breaking drone technology has changed the future of leak detection in the Waipā district.
More than 42,000 wheelie bins will be delivered to Waipā households starting next month as the district’s new recycling service gets closer.
Two people, both passionate about Te Awamutu, say the time and place is right for a combined discovery centre and museum that finally tells the story of the New Zealand Land Wars.