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Taupō Museum is looking after our taonga in some restorative work of Waka Tiwai, housed in the Tūwharetoa Room.
Increased water use and predictions of a long hot summer will see a restriction on the use of sprinklers in the Taupō District from today.
A new Alcohol Control Bylaw will come into effect on Friday, December 7 with changes to the existing alcohol ban areas.
Taupō District Council's new speed bylaw comes into force from Saturday, December 1 and there will be changes to several speed limits in our district.
Photography meets painting as a new exhibition nears its destination at Taupō Museum.
This week marks the start of an upgrade of the velodrome at Owen Delany Park.
Taupō District Council has chosen a preferred option for its proposed cultural precinct project.
Residents of Taupo affected by the current power outage are being asked to conserve water until power is restored.
The opening of the new intersection of Ruapehu and Paora Hapi streets was celebrated last Friday, alongside the team at Streetwise and contractors Higgins.
Taupō is now officially the 'most beautiful large town' in the country after winning its category at the Keep New Zealand Beautiful annual awards.
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.