A special guest appearance by Ruben the Road Safety Bear will delight children at Thames library this week as part of its building transport holiday activity.
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Waikato regional councillors have today kept the proposed rate rise for current ratepayers at under three per cent for the 2017-18 annual plan following conside
Consents to construct and operate a 360 megawatt gas-fired power station in Waikato’s Otorohanga district have been granted.
Hamilton residents are being asked to keep an extra sharp eye out for bellbirds (korimako) heading into winter. It follows a female sighting.
Electrical vehicles (EVs) are seen as one of the key roads to a more environmentally sustainable future.
A chance to win an iPad while learning about how to stay safe out on the water is being offered at Waikato Regional Council’s site at the 2017 Hutchwilco Boat S
Ruben the Road Safety Bear stars in a matariki-themed new book just launched by Waikato Regional Council.
An enhanced bus service will support the smooth running of next week’s World Masters Games 2017 events being held in the Waikato.
Stopbank overtopping due to the exceptionally swollen state of the Piako and Waitoa rivers in eastern Waikato is continuing today as high rainfall levels contin
Waikato Regional Council is reminding farmers they can call in for advice about any river level or surface flooding issues following the recent heavy rain.
Flood protection assets overall have performed well in the heavy rain that’s swept through the region, says Waikato Regional Council.
As the last weekend of the summer boating season approaches, Waikato Regional Council’s Maritime Services are strongly urging water users not to head out on the
The Waikato Civil Defence group emergency management office in Hamilton is monitoring weather-related developments around the region closely, ready to support l
Waikato region residents are being urged to exercise caution on the roads, be aware of the potential for flooding hazards and move stock to higher ground where
Barry Quayle has been elected to Waikato Regional Council according to preliminary results in the Hamilton by-election.
Waikato residents urged to prepare for possible flooding and damaging high winds with the expected arrival of complex weather systems over the next few days.
Bus passengers in nine regions will have improved ticketing by June next year.
Raglan residents are set to catch a new wave of upgraded bus services from 18 April.
A new wave of regional bus services coming in this month, involving 12 brand new vehicles, will bring better services.
Bigger, better and brand new buses are being used for Morrinsville, Paeroa and Te Aroha services under new contracts kicking in this month.