The Greenslade Road generator installed in Raglan in March has already done its bit to prevent an overflow into the harbour.
The latest statistics on usage of the Ngaruawahia section of the Te Awa River Ride have revealed a massive increase in cyclists since the opening of the Perry Bridge.
Hearings for submissions on Waikato District Council’s 10-year Long Term Plan (LTP) begin today (Wednesday 16 May).
The best tasting tap water in New Zealand comes from Raglan, according to a panel of judges at last week's annual WIOG New Zealand Water Taste Test.
Waikato District Council is in the process of reviewing its District Plan and in doing so; we’re talking with a group of property owners who will see a change.
If your dog loves mud, and you don’t mind getting a bit grubby, come along to our Dirty Dog Challenge in June.
Write a poem or design a library card for our Matariki competition. The winning designs will be used as our new library cards while the winning poems will be displayed in our libraries and offices.
Waikato district library users are in for a treat with the installation of a new library management system this month.
People wanting to see the ANZAC art installations in the Waikato district have until the end of May to view them.
Following last month’s fatal accident on the Ngaruawahia rail bridge, Waikato District Council is helping facilitate a community gathering at the Ngaruawahia Memorial Hall at 6-7.30pm on Tuesday 1 May.
A Waikato district-wide ANZAC poppy ‘yarn bombing’ project spread to Waiouru today [Thursday 19 April] when Waikato District Mayor Allan Sanson and the Council’s ‘Placemaking Team’ arrived at the National Army Museum to decorate the museum’s Centurion and Scorpion tanks on State Highway 1 with two yarn ‘camouflage nets’ decorated with hundreds of knitted poppies
An ANZAC street art project is blossoming again with more than 8,000 poppies hand-crafted by community groups appearing on trees and walkways across the Waikato District.
ANZAC services will be held in eight townships across Waikato district on 25 April this year.
Waikato District’s first fitness trail featuring outdoor gym equipment was officially opened in Ngaruawahia last night (Thursday 5 April).
Waikato District’s first fitness trail featuring outdoor gym equipment will be installed along the Waikato Esplanade in Ngaruawahia after Easter, and the whole community is invited to attend the official opening at 5.30pm on Thursday 5 April.
As a result of Waikato District Council’s District Plan Review recent resource consent applications and the closure of the Huntly East Mine, Council had a specialist geological consultant relook at the risk of subsidence above the old Huntly East Mine.
A generator has been permanently installed on Greenslade Road in Raglan.
A month-long consultation opens today on Waikato District Council’s 10-year Long Term Plan, which proposes a general rate increase of 6.24% from 1 July.
Waikato District Council is continuing its work to improve the wastewater network across the district.
Speed limits on a number of roads in the northern part of Waikato District will change next month.
Waikato District Council is holding 15 public information sessions around the district on its Long Term Plan to help residents and ratepayers with the issues being raised for consultation and to answer any questions.
To help manage the country’s third fastest-growing district, Waikato District Council today unveiled a new vision that will guide its plans for the next 10 years.
Waikato District Council will meet next week (Wednesday 28 February) to approve a consultation document for its draft 10-year Long Term Plan (LTP 2018-28) which proposes a general rate increase of 6.24% from 1 July.
After a successful trial in Raglan last year, Waikato District Council’s wastewater education campaign kicks off around the rest of the district in 2018.