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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.
Waipa property owners can now get information about the geographical features of their land from a new website developed by the Waipa District Council.
Waipa ratepayers can find out whether they are eligible for a rates rebate this year by visiting Waipa District Council information stands in Cambridge and Te Awamutu next week.
Waipa residents can now search for family and friends who have been laid to rest in the district’s cemeteries using an online database developed by the Waipa District Council.
Water restrictions will remain in force in the Waipa district for at least the next four weeks.
Seven Waipa primary schools have raised $3,694 for the Christchurch earthquake Mayoral Fund appeal.
The Waipa District has recorded some of the strongest economic growth of any local authority area in New Zealand, a report by economics firm Infometrics shows.
Work to create additional public access to the Leamington wetland walkway has begun.
A strong focus on affordability and sustainability will see Waipa District Council release a draft 10-Year Plan that proposes around $40 million less debt than what was projected in its previous long term plan.
Rules regarding fire permits for urban and rural properties are in the spotlight as the result of a council review of the district’s Fire Control Bylaw.
A wet forecast and a drop in household water use have put an end to summer water restrictions in the Waipa district.
Affordable and practical services to help people reduce their waste are the key drivers behind a waste management plan for the Waipa district.
Waipa District Council has proposed a rates rise of 4.98 per cent instead of the 6.2 per cent which had been originally signalled in the 10-year plan.
Te Awamutu’s Safer Communities Charitable Trust has been given a five-year licence to use the upper level of the Kihikihi Memorial Hall for its office space.
More than 40 military medals dating from 1864 will be on display at Te Awamutu Museum’s new military medal exhibition which opens this weekend.
A leak in a water main at the intersection of Alexandra and Tawhiao Streets was repaired today following the successful detection of the source on Friday.