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Ratepayers who may be eligible for a rate rebate and who haven't yet applied are urged to contact Council before the 30 June deadline.
Water restrictions for Raetihi which have been in place since 29 December 2015 can finally be lifted with the arrival of more seasonal rainfall.
Council is seeking Expressions of Interest from coffee cart operators to set-up by the popular reserve area and public toilet in Waiouru on SH1.
A community meeting is being held in the Raetihi Primary school hall on Tue 24 May at 5.30pm to discuss WIFI and security cameras - ALL WELCOME.
Ruapehu is supporting the LGNZ Vote2016 campaign aimed at increasing voter participation and encouraging more people to stand for election.
Pre-election workshops are aimed at ensuring candidates go into the election with their 'eyes open' for what being an elected member involves.
Council has congratulated local tourism leader Kathy Guy for her NZOM award and thanked her for her services to the Ruapehu visitor industry.
Council is seeking concept plans for developing the old library site through to the railway clock along Hakiaha St and the top end of Manuaute St.
Plans to return free 24/7 WIFI to the Raetihi library and Council's response to community issues were discussed at the WWCB meeting.
The popular train themed clock on Taumarunui’s main street is getting an upgrade including a clean and new internal workings.
After a quarter century of welcoming people to Taumarunui the old King Tawhiao sign on SH4 has come down to make way for a new one.
The King Tawhiao sign that has welcomed people to Taumarunui since the early 1980’s is coming down to make way for a new one.
The sale of legal highs is confined to specific CBD areas under Council's Local Approved Products Policy adopted this week.
On the recommendation of the Police the free WIFI at the Raetihi library has been switched off after hours to help reduce anti-social activities.
The Ohakune i-SITE needs to close over 23 & 24 May for the removal of the scoria feature wall and installation of digital video and signage.
Council has had an fantastic response to its consultation on its draft Exceptions Annual Plan (EAP) with over 130 submissions expected.
Members of the public are cordially invited to attend the ANZAC Day services to be held at the following locations and times.
The Project Waireka implementation team has been going door knocking in Raetihi to determine how many households want to take part.
There has been major break in the water main on Hakiaha St at approx 12.15am this morning. Repair work ETA is 11.00am
New programme aims to develop the next generation of emergency service volunteers and professionals