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Nominations are now open for the Northern Ruapehu and Waimarino-Waiouru Citizen of the Year Awards
Kerbside collection, recycling and transfer stations resume at Alert Level 2.
Have your say on the future make-up of Council and Community Boards
Three men from Auckland have been arrested in Ohakune after travelling to Turoa Ski Field. All have tested negative for COVID19.
Local road spending for the next three years has been confirmed inc. funding for the replacement of the Ruapehu Rd and Mangateitei Rd rail over-bridges
The next stage of upgrading Taumarunui's water infrastructure is underway with work on relining the Hakiaha St storm and wastewater mains.
Council's i.SITE manager Kim Treen has been elected to the Board of the Visitor Information Network that administers and promotes the national i.SITE network