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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.
Cambridge’s Town Hall and Clock Tower will be lit with blue lights tonight to celebrate the birth of the royal baby, who will have the title of Prince of Cambridge.
Entries are now open for Waipa District Council’s 2013 Biodiversity Awards.
Community groups planning to help celebrate the Waipa District’s 150th birthday next year are being invited to apply for a share of a $100,000 fund.
The Waipa Heritage Awards function that was scheduled for 25 July has been postponed to October 2.
The tragic death of a cyclist this week serves as a reminder that both drivers and cyclists need to take care on Waipa’s roads.
The Waipa District’s first Draft Local Alcohol Policy is now open for public submissions.
From bags of household rubbish to dead sheep, people dumping rubbish around the district are creating public health hazards and wasting ratepayer’s money on the clean up.
After months of hard work and disruption the project to upgrade Te Awamutu’s Alexandra Street is now all but complete.
Calling all event organisers, it’s that time of year when you can apply for funding from Waipa District Council’s District Promotion Fund.
The Waipa District Council and Cambridge-based Car Parking Technologies have teamed up to install 120 new parking sensors in the Cambridge town centre.
The project to upgrade and refresh Kihikihi’s main street is all but complete, with only the finishing touches remaining to be done.
The Collins Road railway crossing will be closed for maintenance and repairs from midday on Saturday 6 July until midnight on Sunday 7 July.
The Victoria Bridge at Cambridge will be closed to vehicle traffic on Sunday 14 July from 9am to 4pm for an engineering inspection.
As of 1 July 2013 Waipa District Council will be passing on transaction surcharges for all credit card payments to its customers.
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