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It’s time to share your ideas about how we can provide a better public transport service in the Taupo District.
The annual Rotorua to Taupo 100k Flyer takes place on Saturday, which means we need to close a small section of Tauhara Road to keep everyone safe.
A build-up of fats has been identified as the cause of a wastewater overflow at Turangi’s Kohineheke Reserve on Tuesday afternoon.
Taupo District Council is opening its chamber to the community before its monthly meetings to allow people to address the Mayor and councillors.
Taupo District Council staff are taking a caravan on a road trip around the district to show people how they can have their say on freedom camping.
Organisers of New Zealand’s IRONMAORI triathlon series have brought their successful event to Taupo, with the first ever IRONMAORI Taupo-nui-a-Tia taking place tomorrow.
The award-winning 100% Pure Ora – Garden of Wellbeing celebrates a decade at Taupo Museum this month, and two related exhibitions are being held to celebrate its history.
An investigation into a sewer main that failed on Kowhai Road last month has revealed the pipe was at the end of its useful life.
Our population is growing, we’re seeing more visitors coming here and the unemployment rate is dropping.
Our building inspectors are a busy bunch! The team carried out 6325 building inspections last year; that’s over 1000 more than 2015.
Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain IRONMAN New Zealand is taking place on Saturday, which means a few roads around Taupo will be closed.
A plan to transform the Taupo District into New Zealand’s premier ski destination has gained full support from Taupo District Council.
A stand of pine trees threatening infrastructure at the AC Baths will be removed this week.
The annual IRONKIDZ triathlon is taking place this Sunday, which means we need to close part of Lake Terrace and Tongariro Street for some of the day.
The glass canopy and supporting structure above Turangi’s Mall will stay as a feature of the town centre after feedback from the community.