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Anyone using water from one of from Ruapehu’s Water Treatment Plants should take comfort from the levels of treatment and monitoring in place.
The launch of the Accelerate25 Manawatu-Whanganui Economic Action Plan is great news for the district.
Ruapehu's award winning approach to managing Land Transport could be dismantled under proposed changes to the Local Government Act.
Nominations for the Northern Ruapehu and Waimarino-Waiouru 2016 Citizen Awards open from on Monday 1 August through to Friday 7 October.
Council is putting on a series of free Social Media for Business Workshops as part of Loadiing Ruapehu Week over 1 - 5 August.
The new Civil Defence public education programme focuses more on the impact of a natural disaster rather than the hazard itself.
Ruapehu has been selected as one of the 21 Foundation Councils to take part in the Local Government NZ Excellence Programme.
Council's pre-election workshops for potential candidates in the October elections for Council or Community Boards have been well supported.
Ruapehu Youth Council has been awarded a $5,000 Ministry grant and is also looking for four more Youth Ambassadors for Waimarino-Waiouru.
Ruapehu’s i-SITE network and DoC are trialing a NZ first by putting an official i-SITE into the DoC Centre in Whakapapa Village at Mt Ruapehu.
Council has sorted through the contents of over 100 Taumarunui kerb rubbish bags to gain a better insight into what people are sending to landfill.
The community agreed hours of 5.00am to 10.30pm for free WIFI to be provided by the Raetihi library starts Wednesday 1 June.
Households wanting to be considered for free or subsidised home insulation need to get their application in to Council before Friday 10th June.
Raetihi residents, Council, WWCB, the Police and Raethi Promotions have agreed a way forward for township WIFI and security cameras.
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.