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Current Fire Risk

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  • MODERATE
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  • EXTREME

Toxic Algae Warning

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  • EXTREME

LOW

For more details on Toxic Algae risk visit Greater Wellington Regional Council’s website

Homebush Waste Water Treatment Plant is currently NOT discharging to the river.
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Sportsfield Closures

There are currently no closures

Peter Laing Memorial Trust Grants

Applications are now open for the Peter Laing Memorial Trust Grants. The grants are designed to assist people obtain practical training for entry into the agricultural industry (e.g. through a cadet scheme, or certificate; diploma level of study) or alternatively, for those commencing their first farm employment and requiring dogs, or specialist equipment such as Read More
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Valid petition, poll date for Wairarapa District Council

MEDIA RELEASE – 12th September 2017   The Local Government Commission has today received confirmation of a valid petition for a poll on its proposal for a Wairarapa District Council and a postal vote will be held closing at midday on Tuesday 12 December.   Commission chair Sir Wira Gardiner said that the Commission was pleased Read More
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Draft Cycling Strategy 2017 and Draft Rural Trails Network Plan

We Want to Hear From You!
Masterton District Council is seeking feedback from the community on the Draft Cycling Strategy 2017 and Draft Rural Trails Network Plan.

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Joint Wairarapa Council Press Release

Wairarapa Councils Work Together to Assist Edgecumbe Recovery In May the Whakatāne District Council unanimously approved the ‘Liveable Homes’ programme, which is designed to ensure that all homes damaged in April’s floods can be repaired to a habitable standard, regardless of owners’ personal circumstances. ‘Liveable Homes’ is a key initiative for the Whakatāne District Recovery Read More
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