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Taumarunui’s very own Student Volunteer Army the ‘Blazing Helpers’ from Room 8 at Taumarunui Primary are helping keep Cherry Grove beautiful.
The Waimarino-Waiouru Community Board is seeking ideas for how amenity lighting could be used in Raetihi and Ohakune.
Consecutive winter marketing campaigns have delivered strong growth in both domestic and Australian visitor spending.
Contingency plans underway while NZTA works as quickly as possible to have the bypass from Hekeawai Drive to SH4 upgrade completed.
Applications for art project funding under the Creative Community Grants scheme are now open until Friday 12 October.
Council is asking for community patience & understanding as an extended period of construction gets underway in Taumarunui.
Taumarunui residents are voicing their excitement over the start of construction on the township’s revitalisation projects.
Mayor Don Cameron is concerned that regional issues may not be reflected in the final Rescue Helicopter decision.
The Ruapehu District Council has appointed Taumarunui Ward representative Cr Karen Ngatai as Deputy Mayor.
First up is Straw Free September – Choose to refuse the straw.
Building the confidence in the next generation of young farmers is the focus of a series of new farm discussion groups in the Ruapehu District.
It is with great sadness and loss that we acknowledge the sudden passing of Deputy Mayor and Ohura Ward Councillor Marion Gillard.
The Raetihi community spent Sunday celebrating one of New Zealand’s newest, most sophisticated rural drinking water treatment plants.
Waste reduction workshops hit Ruapehu.
Council wants people to join the Plastic Free July challenge and refuse all single use plastics for the month of July.
The latest version of the revitalisation plans for the Taumarunui town centre have received an overwhelmingly positive response.
High costs to earthquake strengthen the Ohakune Railway Station may see Council consider transferring ownership to a Trust structure.
Central & local govt, Iwi and private enterprise are collaborating on a gondola project at Whakapapa that will add $50m per annum to the economy.
An underslip on Hospital Hill (SH43) in Taumarunui has required that the roadway is reduced to 30kph and one lane controlled by traffic lights.
The Ruapehu i-SITEs and DOC have held a workshop on how they can improve the visitor experience at their joint venture visitor centres.