|infonews.co.nz||+ Add Your News|
||NEWS PHOTOS PROFILES INDEX|
Tararua District is a predominantly rural area especially suitable for sheep, cattle, and dairy farming. The large size of the district (424,000 hectares) and the fact that there are several small urban areas included within it provide significant challenges in terms of service delivery.
Akitio Beach residents can now access fast wireless internet services being provided by Inspire Net.
Working for the same organisation for 25 years, in this day and age says something positive about both employee and employer. On the evening of Friday 31 August, Derek Batchelor, Tararua District Council’s Environmental Health Officer, rode off into the sunset to begin his well-deserved retirement.
Direct debit is Council’s preferred method for payment of rates.
Over the last few years, Council has been upgrading the urban water supplies with the aim of improving the quality (treatment, taste, odour, and pressure) and risk profile (safety and storage) of supplies. This work makes progress towards meeting the new Drinking Water Standards set in place by government through the Health (Drinking Water) Amendment Act (2008).
Current dog owners can expect registration applications in the post by the end of June. The first 100 owners who register their dog at each service centre will receive a small gift.
The public are reminded that Tararua District Council runs an after hours service for Animal Control complaints.
WOODVILLE — Due to the water levels of the Mangapapa Stream dropping - a total hosing ban has been put in place as of: Monday 7 May 2012 Our Resource Consent water take is approaching the low flow cut off levels.
WOODVILLE — Due to the water levels of the Mangapurupuru Stream dropping - a total hosing ban has been put in place as of: Monday 7 May 2012 Our Resource Consent water take is approaching the low flow cut off levels.
DANNEVIRKE — “Bloody Brilliant” is what Mayor Roly Ellis had to say about the river cleanup subsidy for the Region.
WOODVILLE — Council has awarded a $1.1 million contract to upgrade the Woodville Town Centre.
WOODVILLE — Tenders are now being called for the Woodville Town Centre Upgrade.
Good afternoon and a happy 2012 to you all.
Good progress with forming a track through land above the slip face to tackle the problem from the top down.
NORTHLAND — On Wednesday 26th October, Council agreed to proceed with the purchase of a 4 x 4 medium rural fire water carrier at a cost of $140,000 to be based at Weber.
PAHIATUA — Bush Multisport playing fields in Pahiatua are moving much closer to becoming an all year round sporting facility, with the approval of the sum of $50,000 for installation of drainage.
NORTHLAND — Exercising in the great outdoors is priceless and Tararua is leading the way with a new way to look at health and fitness.
WOODVILLE — Geological assessment Unfortunately, the latest geological assessment indicates that the closure can be expected to continue for at least another two months.
The sounds of trucks and cars pounding the main street is a great sound, says Helmut Hirler owner of Artmosphere Gallery in Woodville.
PAHIATUA — Recently monitoring efforts have paid off with early detection of a problem, which has arisen with the bore pump at the Pahiatua Water Supply.
Conceptual drawings of the upgrade to the Woodville “Main Street” will be presented to a public road show in 4-6 weeks time.
What’s happening in High Street.
NORTHLAND — Living Legends is planting in the Manawatu Gorge Scenic Reserve, as part of DOC’s Manawatu Gorge Biodiversity project.
NORTHLAND — On 21 August the community celebrated the reopening of Harvard Park’s Adventure Park in Pahiatua.
HAWKE'S BAY — Tararua’s overall 2011/2012 rates increase by 4.26%, and Annual Plan, have now been officially adopted.
Starship’s Mobile Phone Appeal asks the public to donate their old mobile phones, which are then turned into cash for the national children’s hospital, Starship.
Tararua’s overall 2011/2012 rates increase by 4.26%, and Annual Plan, have now been officially adopted.
DANNEVIRKE — Mike Huxford, of Citrus Sunrise Shuttles Limited has seen the potential of the Tararua District, and is launching a new shuttle service.
WAIRARAPA — Tararua District Council have adopted and released the draft June 2011 Earthquake Prone Building Policy.
DANNEVIRKE — Mayor Roly Ellis was delighted to report that the Weber Community fund raising evening for the Mayoral Christchurch Relief Fund raised a whopping $1,600.
||NEWS PHOTOS PROFILES INDEX|