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Let's get them home safely
18 Jun 2012
Tokomaru Bay is taking a national lead in the fight against drink driving.  Tokomarau Bay Rugby Club have secured funding to offer a bus service to players and supporters to get them home safely after home games, in a bid to kick the problem into touch. Read more >>
Waioeka Gorge intermittent closure times
15 Jun 2012
State Highway 2 through Waioeka Gorge will be temporarily closed for one hour periods next week to enable rocks and slip material to be removed from the slope where a large slip occurred in March this year, says the New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA). Read more >>
Oil spill training to focus on beach clean up
14 Jun 2012
Experience gained from helping with the Rena oil spill clean-up will benefit Council’s Marine Oil Spill response team. The team meets on Friday at the Yacht Club on Kaiti Beach to look at various beach clean up techniques. Read more >>
Council wants to know how well it is doing
12 Jun 2012
Each year Council conducts a residents survey to find out how well the community thinks Council is doing. Read more >>
Parking fees to help off-set rates
12 Jun 2012
A call for Council to increase income streams and reduce the reliance on rates for revenue was part of the thinking behind an increase in parking fees. Parking fees in the central city (CBD) will increase from $1 to $2 per hour from 2 July. Read more >>

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