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Proposed Project Martha

Submissions closed on 14 Sept. Planners reports from HDC and WRC for consideration at the hearing are now available.

Proposed Wind Farm

Resource consent applications lodged for proposed wind farm

Swimming Season

Paeroa Pool opens for limited hours from 29 Oct. All pools open normal hours from 17 Nov.

It's more than just a job

View our latest job vacancies and apply online.

Kerbside Collections

Week 1 begins Monday 22 October 2018. Collections will be 1 day later this week due to Labour Day.

Current Consents, Licenses and Management Plans  

Includes the mining consents and licenses that are currently approved and operational in Waihi. Also available are the key management plans.
View the Current Consents, Licenses, Management Plans 


Proposed Project Martha Resource Consent Applications

OceanaGold (NZ) has lodged resource consent applications with Hauraki District Council and Waikato Regional Council for further mine development in Waihi. The applications, which will be processed jointly by the two Councils, cover the proposed Martha Project announced by the company in March this year.

View more about Project Martha including the application documentation and technical reports


Monitoring Data

Monitoring information is available on noise, vibration and complaints; stopes, siesmic and rock movement; and the location of underground workings.
View the Monitoring Reports 


Mining Permits for Exploration

Mining permits for mineral exploration are dealt with by the Ministry of Economic Development and all records relating to current mining permits are held on its website. Visit the Ministry of Economic Development website.


Waihi Community Forum 

The Forum is responsible for administering parts of Newmont’s resource consent as described in condition 61 (relating to property purchases). On top of this there are some voluntary arrangements that the Forum administer for Newmont including a community grant.

The Waihi Community Forum was set up in 2012 in response to a voluntary policy offered by Newmont in response to the communities requests to respond to the adverse effects of its proposals for mining beneath Waihi East. Since then the policy under which the Forum was established has been revoked and the Forums roles have changed as described above.

For more information about the Forum and its responsibilities please visit their website: www.waihicommunityforum.co.nz


Waihi Hazard Zones


Web Links

Waihi Gold - OceanaGold website  www.waihigold.co.nz