WDC Natural Hazard and Climate Plan Drop In. 3 – 6.30 p.m. September 1 at Tamahere Community Centre.

Covering a huge area that includes the Waikato River and a long western coast the Waikato District Council has issued proposed amendments to the plan to address the impact of natural hazards and climate, details of which can be found here: https://www.waikatodistrict.govt.nz/news/public-notices/article/2020/07/27/proposed-waikato-district-plan—stage-2-of-proposed-plan-and-variation-2-to-stage-1 The drop in on Tuesday gives you the opportunity to discuss the plan… Read More WDC Natural Hazard and Climate Plan Drop In. 3 – 6.30 p.m. September 1 at Tamahere Community Centre.

Emergency Response Teams Combine to continue to offer support to those in need.

If you need assistance, you can continue to phone the Waikato Welfare Call Centre on 0800 800 405. This helpline is open 9am-5pm, seven days a week. A new Northern Emergency Operating Centre has been set up this week to provide a combined civil defence response as the country moves into Alert Level 2. The… Read More Emergency Response Teams Combine to continue to offer support to those in need.

Maangai Maaori appointments made by Waikato District Council

6 May 2020 Waikato District Council today took a significant step toward strengthening the Maaori voice in its decision making by approving the appointment of two Maangai Maaori (Voice of Maaori) positions to its three major Council Committees.Maxine Moana-Tuwhangai (Waikato), an experienced governor, former Waikato Tainui tribal authority chairperson, independent hearings commissioner, NZ Order of… Read More Maangai Maaori appointments made by Waikato District Council