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Coromandel Town roadworks crew unearths structure

Coromandel Town roadworks crew unearths structure

Posted November 21, 2019
Council Matters

The crew working to reduce the slope, or camber, of Coromandel Town’s main street has unearthed a brick-lined structure near...

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Hamilton City council fined for discharge to river

Hamilton City council fined for discharge to river

Posted November 05, 2019
Environmental , Council Matters

Hamilton City Council has been convicted and fined $54,000 for a discharge of untreated wastewater into the Waikato River from...

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Live bar feeds could help save lives

Live bar feeds could help save lives

Posted October 21, 2019
Media Release , Emergency Services , Council Matters

Live images from three new cameras will help boaties make better decisions before attempting to cross dangerous bars, says Waikato...

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Final vote count overturns one Thames Ward Councillor position

Final vote count overturns one Thames Ward Councillor position

Posted October 21, 2019
Media Release , Council Matters

The final vote count from the local elections now sees Robyn Sinclair as the third (of three) Thames Ward Councillor,...

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Kuaotunu River Bridge opens today

Kuaotunu River Bridge opens today

Posted October 17, 2019
Council Matters , Road Info

The Kuaotunu River Bridge will open later this afternoon, a week ahead of schedule. The bridge was closed on 22...

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Kaimai wind farm still up in the air

Kaimai wind farm still up in the air

Posted October 16, 2019
Media Release , Council Matters

A combined Hauraki District and Waikato Regional Council hearing for a proposed wind farm on the north-western area of the...

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Freedom campers moved to avoid rising floodwaters

Freedom campers moved to avoid rising floodwaters

Posted October 15, 2019
Council Matters , Emergency Services , Weather , Road Info

Waikato Regional Council staff have this morning moved about 40 freedom campers from land near the Thames airfield as floodwaters...

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Gold FM's Brian Gentil gets the tick from Waihi Ward

Gold FM's Brian Gentil gets the tick from Waihi Ward

Posted October 14, 2019
Council Matters

Preliminary results are in for the Hauraki District local election and we're pleased to report Gold FM's Brian Gentil has...

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Your Right to Know: Ombudsman releases Community Attitudes towards freedom of information

Your Right to Know: Ombudsman releases Community Attitudes towards freedom of information

Posted October 04, 2019
Media Release , Council Matters

The Chief Ombudsman Peter Boshier says too many New Zealanders are unaware of their rights to request information from Ministers,...

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Still time to register to have your say

Still time to register to have your say

Posted October 04, 2019
Council Matters , Media Release

Local Government New Zealand is urging anyone who hasn’t received voting papers in the mail to pop into their local...

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Post Your Papers on Vote Day

Post Your Papers on Vote Day

Posted September 28, 2019
Council Matters

Local election voting packs are arriving with enrolled voters, and to make sure you have your say, Local Government New...

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Free Kuaotunu to Whitianga shuttle to run while Kuaotunu River Bridge remains closed

Free Kuaotunu to Whitianga shuttle to run while Kuaotunu River Bridge remains closed

Posted September 27, 2019
Council Matters , Road Info

Repairs to SH25 at the Kuaotunu River Bridge are making good progress and a free shuttle between Kuaotunu and Whitianga...

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Green light for flood reduction work in Kaiaua

Green light for flood reduction work in Kaiaua

Posted September 26, 2019
Media Release , Council Matters , Weather , Environmental , Road Info

A $100,000 project to reduce the impact of flooding in Kaiaua township will begin as soon as the winter weather...

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Artefacts found during Coromandel Town main street upgrade

Artefacts found during Coromandel Town main street upgrade

Posted September 20, 2019
Council Matters , Road Info , History / Arts / Culture , Media Release

A range of artefacts have been unearthed this week on the work-site of the Coromandel Town roading improvement project. The...

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TCDC Update

TCDC Update

Posted September 13, 2019
Council Matters , Weather , Road Info

After a commendable effort from Higgins the slip site on SH25 just south of Cemetery Rd, Kuaotunu re-opened to light...

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TCDC local roads update

TCDC local roads update

Posted September 11, 2019
Council Matters , Weather , Road Info

Following yesterday's weather bomb Thames Coromandel council roads are now open with Blackjack Road, in the Kuaotunu Village open, but...

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Road closures around the Coromandel

Road closures around the Coromandel

Posted September 10, 2019
Media Release , Council Matters , Weather , Road Info

A number of roads around the Coromandel are closed this morning after a night of intense rain and motorists are...

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Severe Weather Watch for Coromandel Peninsula

Severe Weather Watch for Coromandel Peninsula

Posted September 09, 2019
Media Release , Council Matters , Weather , Road Info

A Metservice Severe Weather Watch is in place for the Coromandel Peninsula. The heaviest rain falls are expected around the...

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Caution advised at Buffalo Beach Whitianga

Caution advised at Buffalo Beach Whitianga

Posted September 04, 2019
Council Matters , Weather , Environmental

A launch has broken free from its mooring and has ended up on Buffalo Beach, Whitianga, near the Buffalo memorial...

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The end of an era at Waihi’s Rocket Park

The end of an era at Waihi’s Rocket Park

Posted September 04, 2019
Council Matters , History / Arts / Culture

The weather today hasn’t deterred the demolition of the classic old skool skate bowl at Waihi’s Victoria Park (known locally...

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Memorial cairn on its way back to Cooks Beach

Memorial cairn on its way back to Cooks Beach

Posted September 03, 2019
Council Matters , History / Arts / Culture

The work to reinstate the memorial stone cairn back to Cooks Beach has begun and will take 2-3 weeks to...

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Kerepehi water shutdown – 4 September

Kerepehi water shutdown – 4 September

Posted September 03, 2019
Media Release , Council Matters , Environmental , Health

Kerepehi township and industrial area will be without water between 9 pm and 12.00 am (midnight) on Wednesday 4 September....

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Coromandel district to benefit from responsible camping funding

Coromandel district to benefit from responsible camping funding

Posted September 03, 2019
Council Matters , Environmental , Business

The Government has announced that a further $8 million is being made available to continue to help encourage responsible camping...

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Hauraki District Council Road closure – 3 and 4 September

Hauraki District Council Road closure – 3 and 4 September

Posted September 02, 2019
Council Matters , Road Info

Old Waitakauri Road, Waikino, will be closed between SH2 and Banks Lane from 8am to 3.30 pm tomorrow (Tuesday 3...

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Hauraki District Council relaxes rules to allow more affordable housing

Hauraki District Council relaxes rules to allow more affordable housing

Posted August 29, 2019
Council Matters

The Hauraki District is making it easier to suddivide and build new houses after new rules were signed off this...

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Hazards portal provides handy information for home buyers

Hazards portal provides handy information for home buyers

Posted August 28, 2019
Media Release , Environmental , Council Matters , Weather , Road Info

The Waikato Regional Hazards Portal is a handy tool for home buyers seeking information on prospective properties.

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Thames Coromandel Nominations

Thames Coromandel Nominations

Posted August 16, 2019
Council Matters

Nominations have now closed for the local elections and the Thames Coromandel has a big field of candidates for the...

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27 people nominated, 2 elected unopposed to Waikato Regional Council seats

27 people nominated, 2 elected unopposed to Waikato Regional Council seats

Posted August 16, 2019
Council Matters

Two candidates have been elected unopposed to Waikato Regional Council, with the remaining 12 councillors to be decided by voters....

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Waihi local wants change at council table

Waihi local wants change at council table

Posted August 15, 2019
Council Matters , Podcasts

Sara Howell, a listener and Waihi local concerned about what she believes is deterioration and lack of maintenance in Waihi...

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Hauraki District Council CEO encourages nominations for Mayor and Councillors

Hauraki District Council CEO encourages nominations for Mayor and Councillors

Posted August 15, 2019
Podcasts , Council Matters

Langley Cavers, the CEO of Hauraki District Council spoke with Brian Gentil about the council election happening later this year...

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Older posts in this category...

Want to make a difference? Stand for Mayor or Council August 14, 2019

Tourism boost for Paeroa ready to grow August 14, 2019

Back in the swim at Thames pool August 13, 2019

You could be a councillor or the Mayor August 12, 2019

Candidates step up to the starting line for local election race August 09, 2019

SH26 road closure at Paeroa tonight and tomorrow night August 07, 2019

Regional council to show off how Paeroa’s new floodgates on SH26 operate August 02, 2019

Dianne Connors resigns from Thames Community Board and explains why August 02, 2019

Hauraki district to take urgent climate change action August 01, 2019

Last call for TCDC Community Board grant applications July 29, 2019

Emergency Services Exercise in Whangamata this Saturday July 26, 2019

Whitianga's great pipes July 18, 2019

Government funding tops off Kaiaua leg of Hauraki Rail Trail July 17, 2019

Tourism business opportunity opens up in Tairua July 05, 2019

BOP Flood Room Activated July 04, 2019

BOP declares Climate Emergency June 28, 2019

TCDC's Sally Christie encourages people to stand in upcoming local elections June 21, 2019

New drinking water reservoirs almost ready to flow June 19, 2019

Hauraki District Council’s elderly person housing rental fees are increasing from July 1st June 13, 2019

Ngatea Library and Service Centre stays put May 31, 2019

Good Gypsy Day planning key to preventing pest plant spread May 21, 2019

Drill rig installs water measuring tool May 21, 2019

Communities encouraged to reduce waste in face of rising costs May 14, 2019

Hauraki District Council's Kaimanawa drinking water supply project begins May 13, 2019

Repair work begins on Omahu Valley Road bridge May 10, 2019

Sage leaves bad taste in Mayor’s mouth May 07, 2019

TCDC Community Plan Survey open until Monday May 03, 2019

Hauraki District rates set to change May 03, 2019

WWII legend Sir Keith Park returns to hometown Thames April 29, 2019

Water restrictions in Waihi and Waikino have now been lifted April 23, 2019

Sprinkler restrictions still necessary April 18, 2019

5+ 4+ 4 = Commissioners Decision for Hauraki April 12, 2019

TCDC Council Majority says no to Climate Change Declaration April 02, 2019

Large fine for leaching chicken manure into river March 28, 2019

Hauraki District Mayor standing down March 28, 2019

Recent incidents of Parvovirus - TCDC reminds dog owners to vaccinate March 25, 2019

Sally Christie talks health across the district March 20, 2019

The politics of youth with Joshua and Dakota March 13, 2019

Everyone Welcome to Ngatea Library Project Meeting Wednesday, March 13 March 11, 2019

TCDC mitigating beach erosion at Flaxmill Bay March 06, 2019

Ngatea community reads between the lines and says NO! March 06, 2019

Sprinkler restrictions still necessary on alternate days March 05, 2019

Bird poo likely cause of Uretara River E.coli levels March 05, 2019

Waihi Beach Community Board speaks up about KiwiCamp facility March 04, 2019

Coromandel Town Goldmine becoming a popular sustainable business February 28, 2019

Total Watering Ban lifted in Waihi and Waikino February 26, 2019

Total watering ban still in place - Waihi and Waikino February 18, 2019

Total watering ban in Waihi and Waikino February 16, 2019

New fines on the way for Hauraki District dumpers February 15, 2019

Hauraki District Representation Review Hearing February 19 February 05, 2019

Wind farm submissions close 4.30 pm January 31 January 08, 2019