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A Taupo District Council committee has overturned a decision to classify an Australia terrier as menacing, following an assessment by an animal behaviour expert.
Dog adoptions from the Taupo pound are increasing, with over 50 dogs adopted already this year and 34 adoptions in March and April alone.
Four water main breaks in the area of Tamamutu Street, Rifle Range Road and Hatepe Avenue have disrupted supply to about 50 properties in the area.
A new filtering device set to be installed on the lakefront will help prevent sediment, oil and debris from entering Lake Taupo.
Over 170 trees and nearly 700 shrubs have been planted around the Wharewaka lakefront to complete the project to redevelop the area.
Our water teams can rest assured they have a strong leader to look up to after their manager was recognised for his mentoring this month.
The intricate art of embroidery will be showcased at Taupo Museum through an exhibition by local artists that opens this weekend.
Ongoing community frustrations with congestion at Norman Smith Street will see Taupo District Council fast-track an investigation into traffic movements.
Reid’s Farm has been closed to campers until October 1, but will reopen temporarily later this year to accommodate Lions Series 2017 supporters.
A permit is no longer needed to light open fires in rural areas following the end of the Taupo District’s restricted fire season yesterday.
An insight into the lives of Muslims living in New Zealand is on offer at Taupo Museum from this weekend, with the launch of a new exhibition.
The community can rest assured it is in good hands at the AC Baths – the complex has once again been PoolSafe accredited!
The intersection of Roberts and Ruapehu streets is about to get a fresh new look with the area being revamped during the coming months.
Council customer service officer Kate Guthrie had no idea how useful her work place skills would be when the Edgecumbe flooding event happened.
The AC Baths Swim School has received a ‘Recognition of Contribution Award’ at the 2017 Swimming New Zealand Awards.