Te Kowhai’s old playground equipment has been put to good use, with Waikato District Council using it to create a dog agility park at Horotiu.
Waikato District Council is continuing its work to improve the wastewater network in Raglan.
A total of $1651 of library debt was wiped by Waikato District Libraries during Love your library week in exchange for cans of food for local food banks.
Community groups across the Waikato district are getting out their knitting needles to take part in a district-wide ‘yarn bombing’ street art project to commemorate ANZAC Day this year.
Waikato District Council is reinstating monthly recycling drop-off days for the rural communities of Pukekawa, Onewhero and Glen Murray until a solution to the delay in the opening of a central drop off site in Tuakau is found.
Waikato District Councillors voted in favour of the Huntly Library and Council Office remaining a permanent cash-free site on Monday.
The Waikato District Council, Huntly Friendship House and the Menzshed Huntly have joined forces to build six ‘little free libraries’ for the community of Huntly.
The opening of a new recycling and refuse drop-off facility for North Waikato residents in Tuakau has been delayed.
A key part of the plan to ensure the Waikato district continues to use water in a sustainable manner in the future is being implemented over the coming months.
Raglan businesses flooded in to take advantage of the new free business support service that started at the Waikato District Council offices last week.
North Waikato residents will benefit from a new refuse and recycling drop-off facility opening in Tuakau later this month.
Waikato District Libraries will wipe your overdue fines during its Love your library week in exchange for cans of food.
Time is running out for people to have their say on Easter Trading in the Waikato district.
Waikato District Council and Huntly’s young people have started a new youth group and want more young people to come and join the fun.
If you see smoke coming from Raglan’s drainage system in the coming weeks, it should not be cause for alarm.
Waikato District Council welcomes the government announcement that it will be rolling out a second wave of ultrafast broadband (UFB) to eight of its growing towns.
Waikato is confirmed as the highest-growth district council in the North Island according to the latest figures from Statistics NZ, and housing affordability may be part of the reason.
Road safety is not a normal topic of conversation heard down at the pub, but a set of retro beer bottle stickers has sparked bar-room chatter of that nature in Raglan this summer.
A February start date has been announced for a new business support service in Raglan offering free advice and access to enterprise funding.
A restricted fire season will be introduced for rural areas of the Waikato district from 20 January, 2017.
Doing bombs has been banned at all Waikato District Council-owned swimming pools.
Raglan business people will soon be able to access a free advisory and support service to help their enterprise grow.
The Waikato District Health Board (DHB) has issued a new health warning for Lake Whangape in the Waikato district due to raised levels of cyanobacterial toxins from algal blooms.
Waikato District Council’s Lake Rotokauri project has again gained recognition for a job well done.