NZ has a plan – 23 March begin Level 3 – restricted activity for 48 hours and then at Level 4 – self isolation for everyone for at least 4 weeks

https://covid19.govt.nz/latest-updates/update-from-prime-minister-jacinda-ardern-230320/ According to the Prime Minister these 48 hours could be used to get the contact details of your neighbours, if you have not done so already, so you can keep in touch and offer any help they may need over the next weeks. I understand the click and collect services at the supermarkets have… Read More NZ has a plan – 23 March begin Level 3 – restricted activity for 48 hours and then at Level 4 – self isolation for everyone for at least 4 weeks

Regional Consultation Meetings – RSVP one week ahead.

You are invited to add your voice to important conversations on our region’s priorities for current and future generations. A series of community engagement workshops are being held by Momentum Waikato during March and April, aimed at gathering and recognising the value and importance of local knowledge. The Waikato Vital Signs 2020 local sessions are… Read More Regional Consultation Meetings – RSVP one week ahead.

Fire Restrictions begin

https://www.waikatodistrict.govt.nz/services-facilities/environment-health/rural-fires It’s been pretty dry so it’s no surprise that Fire and Emergency New Zealand has declared a restricted fire season for all of the Waikato District effective from Monday 13 January. This means you will need a permit to light a fire in the open. To check what’s classed as an open fire and… Read More Fire Restrictions begin

District Council Drop In Session, Matangi Hall, December 4

Waikato District Council has released a draft Growth & Economic Development Strategy with a drop in session for residents in our area to discuss it with staff scheduled for 3 p.m. to 7 p.m., December 4, at the Matangi Hall on Tauwhare Road. Titled Waikato 2070, the purpose of the strategy is to guide the growth… Read More District Council Drop In Session, Matangi Hall, December 4