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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.
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.
Changes are afoot on the corner of Wordsworth and Carlyle Streets in Leamington as Waipa District Council moves to assist sports clubs in developing part of the land for rugby and cricket.
Waipa residents who cycle to school or work on 'Go By Bike Day' next week (Wednesday, February 16) will be treated to a free breakfast and the chance to win spot prizes.
Recent rainfall, projected coming rain and successful community efforts to conserve water have allowed Waipa District Council to reallow the use of garden sprinklers on alternate dates.
A fun family day out is planned to celebrate World Wetlands Day this Sunday (February 12).
A rise in water demand has seen the Waipa District move to Alert Level 2 effective immediately.
Waikato’s celebrations for World Wetlands Day on February 5 will be based at Waipa district’s internationally renowned peat lakes.
Water restrictions remain in force in the Waipa District despite the rain over recent weeks.
Pedestrians and motorists are being reminded to take care at pedestrian crossings as children start returning to school in February.
A Te Awamutu hairdresser who operated unregistered for more than a year was convicted before Christmas in the Te Awamutu District Court.
Waipa residents are being invited to have their say on the future management of Cambridge’s Town Belt.