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A prominent local government consultant has said that the lack of community engagement in the Three Waters Review is a potential risk to the initiative.
Reforms to national water standards will be the "biggest shake up" local government has received in 30 years, Masterton Mayor Lyn Patterson says.
Speed limits across Masterton are set to drop today, but signs will not be up in time to warn travellers.
Masterton Mayor Lyn Patterson is among council leaders across the country who will take a six-month pay cut as part of Covid-19 response legislation.
Greater Wellington Regional Council will discuss introducing a Māori seat at its top table for its 2022 election.
Most drinking water supplies across Wairarapa failed to comply with legislation and standards, a Ministry of Health report shows.
The recent restoration project on Masterton's The Last Anzac statue has revived an eight-decade old mystery.
Wellington Water, which took over South Wairarapa's water maintenance last year, has revealed that the town is suffering huge water losses.
A successful pilot scheme to bring jobs to Wairarapa in the wake of the Covid-19 lockdown has been expanded and extended.
A multi-million dollar programme for environmental work across some of Wairarapa's major waterways has been given the green light.
South Wairarapa District Council is keen to trial a new man-made "Eco Reef" system as it looks to enhance Palliser Bay beaches and preserve roading close to the coast.
Attracting domestic tourism will be a keystone of Wairarapa's economic revival, with a taskforce set up to identify key market sectors starting up this week.
Local authorities are eager to find out the impacts of central government changes to the Resource Management Act [RMA], but some scientists are wary of the plans.
At South Wairarapa District Council's first online meeting, councillors agreed on a draft annual plan for consultation which included an average 2.5 percent rate rise, and recommended a $1.5million…
Wairarapa residents are being warned not to be complacent about recent progress in the pandemic response, by their local district health board.
South Wairarapa's mayor says staff and councillor pay cuts and rates freezes are unrealistic for rural councils.
Residents and organisations have made more than 300 submissions on Masterton District Council's annual plan, despite the lockdown.
Masterton Trust Lands Trust is looking at how it can support businesses, cafes and other tenants in its dozens of buildings.
An appointed fourth member on Featherston Community Board is likely after South Wairarapa District Council received no nominations.
Heavy rain and high swells have left South Wairarapa's Cape Palliser Rd in urgent need of repair.
Kerbside recycling is starting up again for town residents, but rural dwellers still can't access transfer stations.
An Easter bunny and a person wanted for driving offences were among dozens of drivers stopped at a police checkpoint this weekend.
Wairarapa's three mayors are urging local businesses to contact them if they're experiencing financial hardship and can't pay their rates.
Work continues on critical water projects across South Wairarapa despite the Covid-19 lockdown.
Masterton's Hood Aerodrome remains closed to the public, but open for essential flights, including top-dressing.