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The demolition of the old public library on Hakiaha St is scheduled to start on Tue 7 Nov and is expected to take around seven days to complete.
Raetihi & Ohakune pools will open on Sat 9 Dec. A decision on the Taumarunui Pool for this summer will be made at Council's 25 Oct meeting.
Ruapehu and Horizons have signed an agreement to provide a faster local Compliance Officer response to environmental issues,
Taumarunui’s makeover is in full swing with various projects underway or planned around the township inc. new perspex windows for the Grandstand.
Residential properties in Ruapehu's main townships averaged increases between 10% to 20% on Capital Values in new QV District Rating Revaluations.
A national conversation is underway on the financial support required for districts with small ratepayer bases sitting on large recreational assets.
Michael Barnett, CE of the Akld Chamber of Commerce is meeting Ruapehu business leaders to discuss the possibility for a local Chamber.
The Taumarunui Museum Committee is looking for display items that help tell the story of the township through time from early history Maori to today.
Council has acknowledged Ohakune teacher, quilt fibre artist and historian Merrilyn George QSM for her services to the community.
Council is promoting fire safety awareness following an ash fire at the N.Park Transfer Stn and in one of Council's flats in early August.
Raetihi community groups involved in township development have discussed how to achieve better collaboration and communication.
Council has organised a community meeting on Wed 18 Oct - 5.30pm in the Taumarunui Cosmopolitan Club to discuss local pool facilities.
Over 140 delegates from i-SITES around NZ have enjoyed the best Ruapehu has to offer at their annual conference this week.
Some snow bound visitors to Ohakune and Raetihi during the mid-July snow event were troubled by what the Fire Brigade volunteer siren meant.
Council’s new Chat Space events are proving popular with people welcoming the more relaxed approach to being able to share their views and ideas.
The ‘Ruapehu Regional Visitor Sector Development Plan & Destination Value Proposition’ has won a MBIE commendation award.
The design of Taumarunui's new public toilet being built on the old library site could be influenced by a concept design contest Council is running.
Nominations for the Northern Ruapehu and Waimarino-Waiouru Citizen of the Year Awards close on Friday 6 October.
Ruapehu emergency personnel met at Council today (24 Aug) to discuss what they could learn from their response to the mid-July snow event.
The Statistics NZ run Commercial Accommodation Monitor shows that total guest nights rose 5.3% in Ruapehu for the year ended June 2017.