Office hours, rubbish and recycling collection and road closures
The Taupō District Council pound will be open every day over Easter as staff try to rehome a huge number of puppies it has been inundated with this week.
Ask Rangiora McGregor what he got out of the Youth and Emergency Services (YES) programme, and his answer is simple.
Water restrictions in the Taupō District have been lifted.
Fallen servicemen and women will be remembered in dawn and civic services around the Taupo District on Anzac Day.
It’s moa madness at Taupō District Libraries and Taupō Museum these school holidays, with a range of activities focussing on our extinct giant bird.
Taupō’s carved waharoa at the entrance to the cenotaph is being repaired this week as part of its regular maintenance.
A neighbourhood was evacuated by Civil Defence to allow Taupō District Council’s response team the opportunity to test out its skills and processes.
Sprinklers and watering systems can only be used on alternate days between 6am-8am and 6pm-8pm. Hand held hosing any time.
Work on the felling of hazardous trees at Reid’s Farm has been completed ahead of schedule, and the camping ground reopened today.
If you care about trees and vegetation in public places then now is the chance to have your say.
The inner workings of the new water treatment plant on Lake Terrace will be on show to the community for an open day this Saturday from 10am to 2pm.
A popular Taupo camping spot will close for a week from Monday, March 31 to allow a stand of unsafe trees to be felled.
Taupo District Council is seeking expressions of interest for the development of 180 hectares of land, known as Taupo East Urban Lands.
They’re one of the most fascinating creatures in New Zealand’s history, and this month the moa will be showcased in a new Taupo Museum exhibition.
Page reviewed: 17 Apr 2014 4:35pm