Masterton Monthly Wrap 2018
Quick updates about what’s going on at your Council
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Updates from Masterton District Council
Work has commenced on the Wairarapa Economic Development Strategy following its launch on Monday 12th November.
Masterton District Council has engaged specialist project management company Xigo to oversee its $15.5 million civic centre project.
An award-winning programme that improves the well-being of young women will launch in the Wairarapa in 2019.
King Street will be transformed into a mini Latin America on Saturday as Masterton celebrates the launch of its town centre revamp.
We want to hear your thoughts on how you think family, friends and visitors should be welcomed into town.
The Ruamāhanga River has been named the third most improved in the country at the New Zealand River Awards.
Wairarapa has set itself an aspirational goal to offer the best of rural and urban living in a strategy for economic development unveiled this evening.
The Regional Economic Development Minister, Hon Shane Jones, will join key Wairarapa stakeholders in Masterton for the launch of the region’s new economic development strategy.
Masterton residents are being asked to only use handheld hoses as the district’s rivers drop to low levels.
BelgraviaPRO, a tourism and holiday parks management company, is set to manage Mawley Holiday Park in Masterton from 1 November 2018.
This week is New Zealand Placemaking Week and what better way to enjoy it than with some games on the sidewalk.
Yesterday (Thursday) Masterton District Council (MDC) was made aware of a controlled burn of Pampas Grass (a noxious weed) on the island at Henley Lake.
Masterton District Council wants to update residents on work being undertaken to raise water levels at Henley Lake.
Residents across the Wairarapa are now able to dispose of electronic waste free of charge at transfer stations.