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Taupo District Council strongly opposed to Three Waters reforms - Taupo

Taupō District Council remains strongly opposed to the government-led Three Waters reform process.

At a workshop today councillors all agreed that they could not accept the way the reforms are being pushed through.

Registration for responsible dog owners should be free - Leo Molloy

Auckland Mayoral candidate and trained veterinarian, Leo Molloy, has today announced his plan to reward responsible Auckland companion dog owners while cracking down on reckless and irresponsible ones.

New te reo statistics an early birthday present - Te Taura Whiri

The Māori Language Commission says the latest statistics showing te reo Māori is supported and spoken by more people than ever before is an early birthday present.

Family Court Bill will help tackle delays - New Zealand Law Society

The New Zealand Law Society Te Kāhui Ture o Aotearoa has welcomed a new Bill that will work towards reducing delays in our Family Court system. Delays in Family Court cases are one of the biggest issues for families and children who experience prolonged distress as a result.

Nick Bollinger named as Lilburn Research Fellow 2023 - DIA

Writer, musician, and broadcaster Nick Bollinger has been awarded the prestigious Lilburn Research Fellowship for 2023.

'Energy Resources Aotearoa welcomes skills plan'

Today’s launch of the Taranaki Regional Skills Leadership Group (RSLG) workforce plan, which includes both the energy and food and fibre sectors, has been welcomed by Energy Resources Aotearoa.

'EIT Graduate Diploma in Business the path to future career'

Kelsi Thompson credits her Graduate Diploma in Business for setting up her career, but she still has aspirations of working with her EIT design student husband in their own fashion label.

'Largest-ever repatriation of Moriori ancestral remains'

Te Papa will welcome 111 Kōimi T’chakat Moriori (Moriori skeletal remains) and 2 Māori ancestral remains when they are repatriated to Aotearoa New Zealand this week.

Rat trapping efforts paying off in New Plymouth

Rat numbers in New Plymouth continue to trend downwards, with a slight year-on-year increase coming as no surprise to experts.

Waikato District Council adopts Annual Plan 2022/23

Waikato District Council has kept its general rate increase to a figure that was planned for in last year’s 10-Year Long Term Plan.

The general rate increase (based on capital value) for this financial year will stay at 3.5% after Council adopted its Annual Plan 2022/23 last week.