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Have your say on the Easter Sunday trading policyNews
Taupō District Council’s Easter Sunday Trading Policy is being reviewed and members of the public will have their say.
New parking charges to come into effect as Taupō Airport comes of ageNews
New parking charges will come into effect when Taupō Airport’s new terminal opens; and reflect the growth of the airport and its surrounding business precinct.
Plateau Printmakers make ImpressionsNews
Taupō Museum’s newest exhibition is bound to make an impression on its viewers.
Magnificent modern art collection showing at Taupō MuseumNews
Peter Jarvis is known for his incredible collection of art and is giving the public a chance to admire more than 30 of his pieces in a new exhibition at Taupō Museum.
7000 native trees being planted in MangakinoNews
Taupō District Council is planting 7000 native trees in Mangakino, which will have a range of benefits for the local environment and wildlife.
Taupō District Council gives $65,000 to Tūrangi-Tongariro groupsNews
The Tūrangi-Tongariro community has been given a financial boost with the latest round of Taupō District Council’s community grants.
Customer service centres and venues closed on MondayNews
All of Taupō District Council’s venues and customer service centres will be closed Monday 26 September as New Zealand commemorate Queen Elizabeth II with a state memorial and one-off public holiday.
Turtle Pools maintenance finished ahead of scheduleNews
Tūrangi’s Turtle Pools will reopen two days ahead of schedule and to celebrate locals will enjoy free access for a day.
BOBB has been spotted in the Taupō District!News
If you’re enrolled to vote in this year’s local government elections, keep an eye out for voting papers in your mailbox between 16 – 21 September!
Great Lake Centre thirty and thrivingNews
Taupō’s Great Lake Centre has been the cornerstone of events in the region and was “the envy of other district councils” when it was built.
Consultation to come on Lake Maraetai Lakeside conceptsNews
The public will have an opportunity to have its say on concept plans for the redevelopment of the Mangakino Reserve and Maraetai Lakefront.
Ngāti Tūwharetoa Taiopenga Kapa Haka Festival this weekNews
The Taupō Events Centre will be busy this week with the Ngāti Tūwharetoa Taiopenga Kapa Haka Festival taking place.
Intersection closures for remedial road worksNews
Remedial road works will be taking place at the Tamamutu and Tītīraupenga streets intersection on Monday and Tuesday next week.
Three decades of advocacy by Tūrangi-Tongariro Community BoardNews
The last meeting of the Tūrangi-Tongariro Community Board on 7 September marked the end of an era.
Upgrade coming for Crown Park Cycle TrackNews
An exciting upgrade to the Crown Park Cycle Track is about to get under way with the construction of an asphalt pump track, which will be built alongside the existing area.
Taupō emergency manager rolls up sleeves in NelsonNews
During a natural disaster, the response often demands more from local civil defence emergency management than it can provide.
How you can get involved during Te Wiki o Te Reo MāoriNews
Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori (Māori Language Week) is a chance to support and celebrate Māori language and culture.
Taupō District Council adopts climate change directivesNews
Taupō District Council has demonstrated its commitment to helping address climate change, adopting a set of directives and emissions reduction targets at its monthly meeting yesterday.
Taupō District Council representatives speak to 3 Waters submissionNews
A presentation to a Parliamentary select committee yesterday underlined Taupō District Council’s concerns about the Three Waters reforms.
Pathways project connecting communitiesNews
With another section of the new East Taupō Arterial (ETA) shared pathway completed, Taupō is well on its way to having a pedestrian and cycling network that circles the entire town.