Warning signs have been put up at Two Mile Bay following a sewage spill in Marshall Avenue on Thursday morning.
Pizza boxes can now be recycled in the Taupo District, meaning awkwardly stuffing them into rubbish bags has come to an end!
Landscape painting and the art style of cubism are two things that do not normally go together in art, so the new exhibition at Taupo Museum is set to share fresh ideas.
A number of trees will be removed from alongside the Tongariro School field in Turangi from today to allow the replacement of a collapsed sewer main.
Taupo District residents are being asked to only use sprinklers and irrigation systems on alternate days due to a dramatic increase in water use across the district.
A total fire ban has been put in place across rural areas of the Taupo District following an extended period of hot, dry weather.
The Taupo District’s biggest Waitangi Day festival is back for 2015 with popular New Zealand reggae band House of Shem headlining the event.
Know who you are dealing with. That is the message from Taupo District Council following reports of people impersonating council workers in neighbouring districts.
Some of New Zealand’s best known and loved female artists will showcase their work at an exhibition at Taupo Museum.
Two netball courts have been resurfaced at Owen Delany Park and more will follow.
Children will be both entertained and challenged at Taupō Museum with creative activities themed on a popular computer game.
Information on our opening hours and our refuse and recycling collections over the holidays.
The butterfly sculpture designed by a high school student has been brought to life on Tongariro Domain.
Turangi netballers will have a new base in the pavilion building at Te Kapua Park provided the community and iwi support the idea.
Four Taupo photographers are keen to take you on a thought provoking journey this summer with a collection of photographs.
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