He’s been an alternate recovery manager, a teacher, head of our
parks and reserves team and a rural firefighter volunteer – and
now new emergency manager Ian Connon is ready to tackle his
most challenging role yet.
Warning signs have been put up on the lake front between Mere and Huia streets.
Taupo, Turangi and Mangakino all have events on this weekend so make sure you get out and see what’s happening around the district.
Not sure what to do with the kids these school holidays? Taupō Events Centre, Taupō Library and Taupō Museum may have the solution for you.
Public holidays at Easter mean there will be some changes to rubbish and recycling collections and opening hours at our transfer stations and landfills.
A section of Redoubt Street in Taupo will be closed at the weekend to accommodate the Oxfam Trailwalker event.
Taupo District Council is warning horse owners to follow the rules or risk having their animals impounded following a spate of incidents in Turangi.
A new rural fire force may be established at the southern end of Lake Taupo in an effort to bolster volunteer numbers and meet future needs.
Taupo District residents are being invited to have their say on the importance of having a Taupo to Wellington air service from today.
The restoration of the carving that frames a stunning view of Lake Taupo is complete.
The total fire ban in the Taupo District has been lifted after a period of rain and cooler temperatures.
Taupo District Council is to seek an air operator to provide services on the Taupo to Wellington route Air New Zealand will stop operating at the end of April.
Taupo’s Great Lake Centre has retained its four star Qualmark rating, reaffirming its position as a quality venue.
The man behind bolstering the Taupo District’s Civil Defence capability was last night presented with an award in Parliament.
The lowest rates increases in more than a decade are being proposed in Taupo District Council’s Long Term Plan.
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