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Taupo has won the rights to host the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championships in November 2020 – and it will be the biggest event the district has ever seen.
Inframax Construction has been awarded the maintenance contract for the Taupo District for the next five years.
Government announcement that the Taupo District will retain its rescue helicopter has been heralded a community victory by Mayor David Trewavas.
The crowd-funded jetty built at Lake Ohakuri is officially open for use by the community.
A respected specialist in cultural precinct developments says proposed Taupō project would benefit both the town and the Central North Island.
Taupo Museum is pleased to display an exhibition on New Zealand-born writer and political activist Rewi Alley and his time in China.
The community is being invited to have their say on a new alcohol control bylaw being proposed for the Taupō District.
Swab test results from each of the individual offices in Waiora House have come back negative for asbestos.
Changes in the global market will see Taupo District Council stop recycling 3-7 plastics from October 1.
Taupo Hospital and Health Society fundraising underway for an echocardiogram machine.
With the school holidays fast approaching, we have the answer to the question asked every time this rolls around, "What on earth will I do with the kids?!"
The part of Arrowsmith Avenue washed out by a water main break last month has been reinstated and the road has reopened.
Taupo District Council has been named the top council in the country for offering a quality customer experience.
Recycling in the Taupo District has been embraced by many, with a large number of us recycling not just plastics, but paper, glass and tin cans regularly.
Community groups and agencies forced to relocate by the discovery of asbestos in the main building of Waiora House have been found new premises.