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The winner of Ruapehu Youth Council's Beautification Contest in Manuaute St was Lois Mills with her General Store replica entry 'Off the Rails'.
Ruapehu has chosen its Citizen of the Year recipients being Peter Panton for Northern Ruapehu and Bernice Frost for Waimarino-Waiouru.
Over 300 people have been along to view the Taumarunui revitalisation concept plans since their launch on Monday night.
Taumarunui locals have been asked to use the concept plans to challenge their ideas of what their town could look and function like.
Ruapehu is well placed to benefit from the strong growth in international and domestic tourism spending which is up by 12% to $34.7 billion
Suspected earthquake damage has delayed the scheduled opening of the Taumarunui pool by an anticipated two weeks until Mon 19 Dec.
Council is expecting a lot of interest in the launch of the Taumarunui Town Centre Project concept plans on Mon 5 Dec - All welcome
Mayor Don Cameron presented Warrant cards to seven Taumarunui Maori Wardens at a special ceremony at Council earlier this week.
Council contractors have been checking whether last night’s 7.5 magnitude earthquake caused any damage to Ruapehu infrastructure.
Council is asking Taumarunui residents to provide feedback on the taste and odour of their water to help get carbon dosing at the right level.
An air of enthusiasm for the next three years greeted the swearing-in of Ruapehu’s newly elected members.
Businesses holding Christmas events where alcohol will be served should call Council to ascertain whether they need a Special Liquor Licence.
Ruapehu and Waitomo Councils are working together to increase Timber Trail users from the current 6,000 to 10,000 users per summer by 2020.
Council seeking to appoint a Business Development and Partnership Manager to help grow and expand Ruapehu's economy.
Award winning loo project first part of a vision for Waiouru as a gateway to the volcanic plateau and the Ruapehu District.
Taumarunui residents will get to have their say on plans to redevelop the town center at a special launch event planned for early December.
The standard of display ideas for the Manuaute St replica storefront contest was so high that seven designs were chosen instead of the original six
Missing the liquor license application cut-off could mean a dry Christmas and New Year period.
Preliminary voter returns show that Mayor cameron has extended his election day lead and will get five new Councillors.
Ruapehu has voted to return Mayor Don Cameron to office for another three years with a strong mandate.