Nau mai haere mai ki te pae tukutuku o teKaunihera o te Rohe o Hauraki
Do you know the drill in the event of an earthquake or tsunami? Thursday is New Zealand ShakeOut day! Get ready to Drop, Cover and Hold at 9.30am. Find out how to join in
Big changes could be coming your way - have your say!
View our plan for reducing waste to landfill, and minimising the harmful effects of waste in our district.
Kerbside collections will be one day later for the week beginning 25 October due to Labour Day. View the schedule
Hop into our consultation and tell us what you think about our Easter Shop Trading Policy, it's up for review.
We're proposing to categorise some of our streets as busy thoroughfares to meet requirements for earthquake prone non-reinforced masonry buildings and want to know what you think.
Lockdowns and rain have delayed equipment and the planting of grass seed in our new off-leash exercise areas for dogs, due to open 1 October. The team are hard at work trying to catch up. New date soon.
Council wades through the government's Three Waters Reform to find out the best way forward for Hauraki. View more...
From Wednesday 22 September the price of our official yellow rubbish bag and our refuse transfer fees are going up. View the full list of fees...
Looking for employees? See if Gr8 Job Hauraki can help you. Now at a new location, 30 Belmont Rd.
The Job and Careers Market has been postponed until February 2022.
Hauraki District along with the rest of New Zealand outside of Auckland, remains in Level 2. View the information about our services
The 2020 drought has had an effect on the peat and gley soils underlying Hauraki Plains roads. See what we're doing about it...
Open fire season
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OceanaGold presents proposal to extend mining life in Waihi to 2037 and beyond