Call for views on climate, hazards

Submissions are open on a review of the Waikato District Plan that focuses on polices and rules governing climate change and natural hazards.

A drop in session is being held in the Tamahere Community Centre, Devine Rd, on Tuesday, September 1 from 3pm to 6.30pm to enable locals to discuss issues with council officials before making their submissions.

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Covid-19 restrictions tighten

New Zealand will raise its Covid-19 alert level from midday, Wednesday, August 12 after four cases of the disease from an unknown source were detected in an Auckland family.
The more restrictive alert levels will apply for three days until midnight on Friday, August 14 before being reviewed. Outside of Auckland the alert level is 2; within Auckland it is level 3.

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Govt to pay for cycleway via Tamahere

The Government will pick up the bill for the cycleway between Hamilton and Cambridge via Tamahere.

Associate Minister of Transport Julie Anne Genter announced today that the Te Awa River ride has got the green light as part of the $220 million nationwide cycleways investment and one of the “shovel ready” projects.

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New bar, restaurant by Christmas

Tamahere Village’s much anticipated new bar, restaurant and cafe is set to open in the first week of December.

Parry Takhar, managing director of The Social Group, which is behind the enterprise, said its aim was to create a premier, modern suburban gastro pub in the countryside.

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