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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.
An extremely high standard of entries resulted in all 15 being acknowledged at the 2011 Waipa Heritage Awards last Thursday night (August 25).
Cambridge’s high level Victoria Bridge will remain closed at least until early next week to allow for the completion of in-depth investigations into soil stability around the bridge supports.
Waipa District Council is supporting the introduction of a regional rate for the proposed national cycling centre of excellence, subject to its submission being ratified at Tuesday’s council meeting.
People are being urged to take alternative routes to get to Cambridge/Leamington where possible as at peak times the closure of Victoria Bridge is causing delays and heavy traffic volumes on State Highway 1.
Cambridge’s Victoria Bridge will remain closed for at least a week to allow for further investigations into a slip that may have compromised the integrity of the bridge supports.
Cambridge’s Victoria Bridge has been closed to all traffic following the identification of a slip that may have compromised the bridge supports.
Contractors have begun work to repair a slip near Cambridge’s Victoria Bridge.
The winners of the 2011 Waipa Heritage Awards will be unveiled at a special function at Cambridge’s St Andrews Hall next Thursday night, August 25, from 5.30pm.
Some of the district’s finest young people were recognised for their outstanding achievements at the Waipa Youth Awards 2011 last night (Thursday, August 11).
A temporary facelift is on the way for the roundabout on the corner of Te Awamutu’s Alexandra and Mutu Streets while Waipa District Council investigates reconstruction options.
Around 19,500 rates notices will be delivered to letterboxes across the district this week.
A multi-million dollar plan for the upgrade of the Cambridge Wastewater Treatment Plant will be unveiled to the public next week as Waipa District Council begins its consultation process for the project.
Calling all non-profit community organisations . . . . It is that time of year when you can apply for a share of Waipa District Council’s $75,000 discretionary grants fund.
Vandals caught damaging road signs in the Waipa District can expect to find out the hard way that crime does not pay.
Waipa District Council has confirmed a 4.97 per cent rate increase for 2011-2012 - slightly less than the amount proposed in the draft annual plan that went out for public consultation.