Waikato District Council and the Waka Trust are calling for volunteers to help the youth of today to become better drivers.
The first two of six ‘little free libraries’ for Huntly are bringing some outdoors Spring pleasure to the Kimihia Home and Hospital, and to the Huntly Friendship House.
Waikato District Council welcomes the Government announcement today that it will be rolling out a third wave of ultrafast broadband (UFB) to another six of the district’s growing towns, and providing mobile coverage for three more locations through the Rural Broadband initiative.
The results indicate that Jo PECEKAJUS has been elected to the Taupiri Community Board of the Waikato District Council following a by-election which concluded at midday on Wednesday 30 August 2017.
We are proposing to make Kowhai Reserve and reintroduce Centennial Park as off-lead dog exercise areas in Tuakau and we want to know what you think.
Waikato District Council’s Strategy & Finance Committee this week recommended the Council should not advance a separate plan to introduce residential zoning changes for Tuakau, but let it ‘lie on the table’ and include it’s intent in the District Plan Review due to be notified early next year.
Do you use one of Waikato District Council’s network of community halls?
Three teenagers arrived back at school this week after the trip of a lifetime to China that they were supported to apply for as a result of joining a Waikato District youth action group.
Household growth rate in Waikato district is expected to surpass Hamilton and match Auckland’s growth rate over the next 26 years.
What level of quality would you like to see regarding facilities at the Tamahere Recreation Reserve and Piazza?
The winners of the Waikato District Libraries Matariki competition were announced yesterday at a prize-giving held in the Council Chambers.
Waikato District Council and the Police have condemned shameful acts of vandalism carried out at a Ngaruawahia cemetery.
Waikato District Council has initiated a partnership with Wintec to create employment opportunities for civil engineering students and develop highly-skilled and well-rounded staff members.
If you are submitting a building consent application to the Waikato District Council you’ll now find it much easier and quicker.
Youth in Tuakau ran a ‘tree adoption’ on Sunday [16 July]that rounded off a series of youth-initiated events supported by Waikato District Council under its ‘Govern Up’ programme.
As you will have read over the last week or so, Prime Minister Bill English announced on 11 July that Waikato District Council was successful in its application for $37 million from the Government’s Housing Infrastructure Fund.
Prime Minister Bill English today announced that Waikato District Council was successful in its application for $37 million from the Government’s Housing Infrastructure Fund.
Nominations closed at noon today for the Taupiri Community Board by-election, following the recent resignation of a community board member.
The Waikato District Council yesterday adopted its Annual Plan 2017/18 that will see targeted wastewater rates rise to allow for preparation of long term plans to protect waterways and environmentally sensitive areas from overflows.
The patience of the many avid users of the infamous Hakarimata Summit track is soon to be rewarded, and it won't be too long before fitness fans and nature lovers can run up its 1349 steps again.
A Waikato District Council project to improve a section of road in Puketaha has led to a safer school community and a very impressed principal.
Waikato district property owners whose land suffered damage from slips or flooding during the April floods still have time to lodge a claim with the Earthquake Commission (EQC).
Waikato district youth groups are going to be busy over the next few weeks with fruit tree giveaways, native tree plantings, health expos, a ‘Creative-Con’, as well as discos and skate park openings.
Little libraries, poppies and the country’s largest roading alliance have led to the Waikato District Council being named as a finalist in two categories at the Local Government New Zealand EXCELLENCE Awards.