Taupo District’s biggest event, IRONMAN New Zealand, has won an award for its excellence.
Some AC Baths pools will be out of action on Thursday 21 September from 6am to 3pm so a Civil Defence generator can be safely installed.
A fascination with the kimono has culminated in a new exhibition from New Zealand artist Maxine Parkin-Jones that will be on display at Taupo Museum from Saturday.
Taupo District Libraries and Taupo Museum staff are calling on the community to get involved in World War 1 commemorations through Kete Taupo.
What starts as a simple drawing can evolve into a work of art, and this month Taupo Museum has an exhibition focussing on the art of drawing.
Take the time to nominate a special young person for the Taupo Times 2014 District Youth Awards and help recognise the movers and shakers of the district’s future.
Two of Taupo’s biggest venues got a special delivery this week that will boost the district’s capability in a Civil Defence emergency.
A $1.9 million government grant will soon see Waitahanui residents asked if they want to connect to the Taupo town water supply.
Community concerns about pedestrian safety on Lake Terrace will see new safety measures being taken along a busy section of the road.
Your feedback is being sought on three bylaws under review by Taupo District Council to ensure any changes reflect the desires of the community.
Tree stumps and broken branches are being removed from Spa Thermal Park to make way for the planting of new native trees.
Three roundabouts at major intersections on the East Taupo Arterial (ETA) in Taupo are being tidied up and planted with new trees.
Take the time to learn some Te Reo next week to celebrate Maori Language Week.
Football stars the Wellington Phoenix are set to play the New Zealand Select XI team in Taupo on Sunday.
The community has until Friday, July 18 to get nominations in for deserving volunteer organisations for this year’s Trustpower Community Awards.
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