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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 outstanding sportspeople – and a horse – will be publicly recognised later this year with inclusion in Cambridge’s Walks of Fame.
Council will cap water bills for a small number of households disadvantaged by cross-lease issues.
A hot drink, sausage sizzle and soup provided a welcome break for drivers passing through Ngāhinapōuri.
Three groups have been allocated $8,145.00 to support heritage initiatives
We are in contention for ALGIM Best Digital Service Award
Council's 10-Year Plan consultation document was announced as one of New Zealand’s best.
Prominent national experts make up half of a committee tasked with driving the Waipā Discovery Centre project.
Council has launched a campaign to collect community feedback on improving the safety of roads in the Waipā district.
Independent research shows that a growing number of Waipā residents are proud of their district.
Council needs one more Cambridge councillor and Community Board member to comply with the law.
Council has jumped on board with a national initiative to reduce food waste going to landfill.
Groups seeking support for local community projects are encouraged to apply for funding.
Council’s 10-year Plan consultation document has been identified as one of New Zealand’s best by SOLGM.
Nine Waikato councils have banded together to develop a more customer-friendly resource consenting process.
Following community feedback, Council has voted to replace a pedestrian bridge in Te Awamutu.