Follow the links below to find all the relevant documents and the submission forms: Proposed Traffic Bylaw 2023 Consultation is open from 27 February to 27 March. Have your say! The changes in the proposed bylaw include the: Proposed Public Places Bylaw 2023 Consultation is open from 27 February to 27 March. Have your say… Read More Council Proposals looking for feedback by 27 March and 16 April
“A game that is easy to learn but difficult to master” – and is unaffected by the weather. The Matangi Bowling Club has been meeting at the Matangi Hall for fun and competition for more than 70 years – there must be something to it – New players welcome. Coaching available. 7.15pm 7th March Matangi… Read More Indoor Bowls Opening Night to night – March 7. Matangi Hall. 7.15 p.m.
Restoration of the damage caused by two major weather events in just two weeks in our District in the past month is ongoing and – at the time of writing – may have an impact on the Council’s work programmes for a while. Waikato District Council was one of 11 Councils to declare a State… Read More Tamahere-Woodlands Councillors’ update March 2023: Cyclone clean-up, progress on local government reform, and more!
Stories in the Landscape ends 26 February The Sculpture Park at Waitakaruru Arboretum https://www.sculpturepark.co.nz/exhibitions/stories-in-the-landscape-2022 Coming up on Saturday, 25th March, John Wakeling will be giving a botanical tour of the park. Please book online for it: https://www.sculpturepark.co.nz/cart/new Latest Sculpture Park Newsletter A Social Event to enjoy at the English Cherry Tree Manor in March The… Read More Local Events of Interest At the Sculpture Park and at The English Cherry Tree Manor
Matangi Community Committee Update The Community committee elections are held each 3 years following the WDC elections. The General Meeting will be held in the Matangi Hall on Tuesday February 21, 2023 at 7.30 p.m. All Welcome. Please consider joining the committee. While all our meeting are open to everyone to participate it is the ongoing committment to… Read More Matangi Community Committee General Meeting, Tuesday February 21, Matangi Hall, 478 Tauwhare Road, 7.30 p.m. Election of officers and Committee. All Welcome
As we get to the end of 2022 it is good to notice some of the things that have been done or changed this year – more daffodils planted in the Jack Foster Reserve by Matangi School students, a new, larger, District Council Ward with two Councillors to represent us, the hedge gone and a… Read More Matangi Community end of year update and a chance to win a prize!
Kia ora and hello!I am sure that you are looking forward to a few well-deserved days off over summer. It has been a huge year for so many of us and I feel we all need a little family fun, sun and a great kiwi holiday season to celebrate.We need to have some time to… Read More End of Year Message from the Mayor Jacqui Church
Matangi School has put together a family cookbook to help raise money to upgrade the school pool and surrounding native area. “At the heart of Matangi School is our Tui-riffic mascot. Tui-riffic is a very special part of the Matangi learning community and is someone that all students and teachers are very proud of. To… Read More Opportunities to buy local? – you could purchase the beautiful cookbook Nectar created by the Matangi School Fundraising Committee.
A new Sustainability and Wellbeing Committee has just been added to the Waikato District Council committee structure. It will become one of the Council’s main committees alongside the Policy & Regulatory, Strategy & Performance (formerly Strategy & Finance) and Infrastructure committees which all councillors attend. The new committee will handle decisions on Council work that… Read More Tamahere-Woodlands Councillors’ update December 2022: Looking to the future for local government