May 2016

The search is on to unearth Tararua’s hardworking voluntary groups
(Posted on: 30/05/2016)
Already attracting interest and positive feedback from locals and visitors alike
(Posted on: 30/05/2016)
The following meetings will be held at the venues as indicated during the month of June 2016.
(Posted on: 23/05/2016)
A young pup that barks at people or noises is more likely to develop into a nuisance barker.
(Posted on: 23/05/2016)
Provincial Priorities meeting with Alastair Scott on 3 June and a FREE Hazelnut Workshop in Dannevirke on 30 May
(Posted on: 23/05/2016)
Free Introduction to Business Seminar being held in Pahiatua
(Posted on: 16/05/2016)
As farmers, we are facing increasing constraints on how we farm as we reach the environmental limits of our old farming system
(Posted on: 16/05/2016)
A total of 13 applications were received and $12,531.06 was allocated. Funding was allocated to the following applicants:
(Posted on: 16/05/2016)
Dogs have restricted access in some areas of the Tararua District – this prevents them from causing a ‘nuisance’ or “annoyance” to the community or wildlife in these areas.
(Posted on: 09/05/2016)
Tararua District Council invites tenders for the grazing of the following reserve land for a term of five (5) years.
(Posted on: 09/05/2016)
Council invites the residents of Woodville to a viewing of the Woodville Impounded Water Supply.
(Posted on: 09/05/2016)
Free 'Introduction to Business' seminar in Pahiatua and Agrecovery are holding collections for unwanted or expired chemicals.
(Posted on: 09/05/2016)
On 10 and 11 May, the following service centres and libraries will be temporarily closed
(Posted on: 02/05/2016)
Licence to occupy reserve land at Mangatainoka Domain and a FREE 'Introduction to Business' seminar in Pahiatua, presented by IRD.
(Posted on: 02/05/2016)