Posts Tagged ‘ Waikato District Council ’

Library books, rubbish collection updates

Mar 23rd, 2020 | By
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Rubbish collections and other essential services will continue, says Waikato District Council. From midnight Wednesday 25 March, Alert Level 4 is in place which instructs people to stay at home, educational facilities to close and non-essential businesses to close. A list of the essential businesses that will remain open can be found here. “I want

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Time to watch water use

Dec 15th, 2019 | By

The message is official – watch your water use.  Hamilton City Council moved to Water Alert Level 1 last  week, and that will affect some residents in Gordonton. While most of the Waikato district isn’t on water restrictions just yet, Waikato District Council’s  Roger MacCulloch said southern communities need to be mindful that they have

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Council working bee success

Dec 15th, 2019 | By
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Around 350 staff members from Waikato District Council rolled their sleeves up for a Waikato-wide working bee – the biggest ever seen. Council teams got stuck in weeding, picking up rubbish, painting and generally lending a hand at about 20 sites in the Waikato. The chance to give back to celebrate a successful year was

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Waikato deputy mayor says farewell

Oct 29th, 2019 | By
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Dynes Fulton has never wanted to make claims about his achievements, but 15 years’ service to the Waikato district deserves some recognition.  This story first ran in N8N’s community magazine Home Range. He’s been called the voice of reason at Waikato District Council. Now, after 15 years—nine of them as deputy mayor—Dynes Fulton is stepping

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Apply now for warmer home grant

Jul 11th, 2019 | By
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The Government’s Warmer Kiwi Homes Programme is offering grants for insulation and heaters to low income owner occupied homes, says Waikato District Council. The grants cover two‐thirds of the cost of installing insulation. Grants for approved heaters (efficient heat pumps, wood burners and pellet burners) are capped at a maximum of $2500. To be eligible

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The Dirty Dog Challenge is back!

Jun 4th, 2019 | By
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The Dirty Dog Challenge is back – an event where dogs and their owners get to navigate their way through a mud-filled obstacle course in Ngaruawahia. If your dog loves running, climbing, water or mud – and you don’t mind getting a bit grubby – then come along, says Waikato District Council Animal Control Education

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