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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.
Council's new electronic system will see Waipā builders doing their building consents completely online.
Shortlisted architects were briefed on Waipā’s new discovery centre yesterday in preparation for a formal bid.
Council will replace blue recycling crates in the Waipā district with wheelie bins from July 2019.
Waipā’s number one cycling supporter will take to the skies to cheer on riders the New Zealand Cycle Classic.
The opening party of the Pop ‘n’ Good Bike Park is up for a national award recognising achievements in event organisation.
Council will put on free buses to Te Awamutu this summer while
Cambridge’s public pool is closed.
The rumour mill has been speculating that it's a supermarket or a bomb shelter or more housing. But it’s none of those things.
Vandals have severely damaged Council machinery working on re-sealing the road at Waipuke Park at Lake Karāpiro.
Water restrictions begin in Te Awamutu and Pirongia but other areas are without restrictions - for now.
Shoppers who ignore parking time limits may land themselves a fine in the lead up to Christmas.
Council has has flexed its buying power to support a staff initiative promoting alternative transport such as e-bikes.
A new website will take users on an interactive journey through Waipā’s heritage sites.
Waipā mayor Jim Mylchreest is devastated by the poisoning of five established trees.
Council’s heritage fund has $70,000 available each year to support projects preserving and enhancing Waipā’s unique heritage.
Water use across the Waipā district has dropped by 20% since water meters were installed.