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Look out for algae
22 Dec 2017
As the weather heats up and river water levels drop Council is reminding people look out for the algae Phormidium, which has the potential to turn toxic posing a health risk to people and dogs in particular. Read more >>
Tech support for biodiversity at Waingake
22 Dec 2017
Our biosecurity and biodiversity teams have been joined by Ngai Tamanuhiri, Rongowhakaata, staff from DoC and QEll National Trust, and community volunteers including members of search and rescue and the tramping club, to deploy a new camera-based pest monitoring system at Waingake waterworks bush.  Read more >>
Significance of Awarua explained
21 Dec 2017
Staff had their first official look at Awarua this week, and were able to appreciate the spiritual depth and true celebration it is of Tairawhiti. Read more >>
Historic wharves closed amid safety concerns
20 Dec 2017
Safety barriers are going up at the Tokomaru Bay and Hicks Bay wharves. General Manager Tairawhiti Roads Dave Hadfield says both wharves are old and deteriorated significantly since Cyclones Debbie and Cook. Read more >>
Safe environment for kids to learn road safety
20 Dec 2017
Pack your picnics and load the bikes into the car for the official opening of the Junior Bike Park on Friday 22 December at the Adventure Playground. Read more >>

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