Week 2 begins Monday 30 January 2023
This rain is expected to cause dangerous river conditions and significant flooding.
Waihi Library closed on Wednesday 1 February and Thursday 2 February
Franklin Road feels the effects of Ex Cyclone Hale
2021/22 Annual Report adopted at Special Council meeting on 21 December 2022
Water issues cause concern for residents and Council alike
Check out what our attendees had to say about the Rebel Business School course
Cornes Paddock site for overflow car park development
Smart bench technology trialled in Paeroa town centre
Road construction season starts with warmer weather
How prepared are you for an emergency event?
How do you like to get your council news and information?
OnYa Awards 2022 recipients announced
Is a building consent, resource consent or LIM on your Christmas wishlist?
Council's getting behind tourism this summer
Announcing the seven local artists to feature on Hauraki's Chorus cabinets
There's a new bin in town
Revised concept plans for Plains Community Hub for new Council's consideration
Cartons for liquid now recyclable at sites around the district
Census 2023 Roadshow - Tatau Tātou All of us Count comes to town
How are our new yellow rubbish bags made out of 50% recycled plastic holding up?
Changes coming from 1 October 2022
Waste Management NZ will take over solid waste contract from 1 September 2023
Mask wearing now optional at Council facilities
Worm farm tackles food waste at Paeroa Central School
Expect slight delays to travel times
Employment law expert Michelle Urquhart for Business Bites Breakfast
Saito's the first Auckland business to relocate to Kerepehi's industrial park
Introducing SUIPS charges - will they affect your property?
New temporary speed limit puts safety first
Millennium Bridge in Ngatea for the first time in nearly a decade
Big increases across most QV property valuations for Hauraki District
New RMA Compliance, Monitoring and Enforcement policy
What could your business do with better digital tools?
Does your home qualify for a Warmer Kiwi Homes Grant? Check it out
A round up of council activity from Council meetings in April 2022
Council's ANZAC Day Commemoration videos start today
Manaaki Toiora weaves a new approach to community well-being
Announcing big news for plastic recycling collections
Update on work to Waihi end of Hauraki Rail Trail
Getting smart with new water meters for high users
The sky's the limit for Gr8 Job Hauraki
Clarifying message around 1 and 2 numbered plastics
Motorbike Road Safety in our sights
CAPTN Clean spells it out
Temporary change to speed limit in Karangahake Gorge
Three years of lower than average rainfall is threatening the Hauraki Plains water supply over the summer period.
OnYa Awards celebrate and recognise outstanding community champions
What's happening with electric vehicle charging infrastructure locally?
Hauraki pitches rural life to young city-dwellers
Mayor Toby Adams' disappointed with Reform announcement
Draft Waste Management and Minimisation Plan ready for feedback
Independent commissioners release their decision
Mayor's feedback to Government on Three Waters proposal crystal clear
New premises at 30 Belmont Road, Paeroa, for Gr8 Job Hauraki
Please put your used single use face mask in your yellow rubbish bag
Exactly what the Government’s proposed Three Waters Reforms might mean for the Hauraki District is still up in the air, but some things are clear right across the sector.
Wastewater pump station cabinets monitoring goes automated
New and modern was the clear winner during Council discussions about Ngatea's new library last week
Gr8 Job Hauraki's success secures 2022 funding
Hauraki District Council has made a promising start in the fight against climate change.
Carbon credits grown with new generation of planting
At its meeting yesterday (Wednesday 16 June) Hauraki District Council pledged to stand alongside local iwi Ngāti Hako should it choose to challenge a covenant registered against the Tirohia landfill property in 2003.
All going to plan, a new public convenience facility will be up and running near Kaiaua’s pirate playground in time for summer.
Since we last talked, our architect has been busy creating design options for the new Ngatea library and service centre
Make our libraries your happy place
Creative consultation strikes right note with youth
Time's running out to use cash at our refuse transfer stations
Gr8 Job Hauraki revs up hope for local youth