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Community Board recommends Council funding

Wānaka Community Board (‘the Board’) has agreed with the recommendation that $1 million from the Wānaka Asset Sale Reserve (‘the Reserve’) be allocated to the total project cost for the new Luggate community facility.

Waiaroha fly-through launched at open day

A "fly-through" artist’s impression of Waiaroha shown at a community information day on the project on Saturday [September 12] is now available on-line.

Programme confirmed to better manage trees causing damage

In response to growing public requests, Hastings District Council has amended its tree management programme to set out a course of action over the next 10 years to gradually remove trees that are causing damage to private properties and council assets.

New chief executive of Southland District Council

Cameron McIntosh is the new Southland District Council chief executive.

Southland District Mayor Gary Tong said he was extremely pleased to announce Mr McIntosh’s appointment.

Save the Maitai council presentation knocked back due to Covid

Save the Maitai campaigners will still take their ‘Keep it Rural’ message to councillors, in spite of being knocked back by Covid rules from attending the full council meeting next Tuesday (Sept 22).

EPA calls for further submissions on ORC plan changes

The Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) today published a Summary of Submissions on three Otago Regional Council (ORC) plan changes and invited submitters to make further submissions from tomorrow.

Council seeks approval for $17M waters stimulus plan

Hamilton City Council today endorsed seeking approval for Government-funded water, wastewater and stormwater stimulus projects in the city worth more than $17M.

Council seeks final feedback on Founders Theatre site - council

It’s time to decide what should happen on the Founders Theatre site.

Hamilton City Council today (17 September) unanimously approved a four-week community feedback process on three options for the Tristram St site.

Be part of the conversation to shape our district - council

Whanganui District Council is inviting members of the community to join its Our District, Your Say online community panel.

Household Hazardous Waste Day is back - council

Whanganui District Council will run its popular Household Hazardous Waste Day again on Saturday, 7 November. Through this service households can register hazardous waste with the council and, once accepted, drop it off at a notified location and time on Saturday, 7 November.