Thames Coromandel District Council - Latest News [Page 1]

New Signs Acknowledge New Zealand's First Arboretum

Friday, 31 October 2014, 2:29 pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

New Zealand's oldest arboretum (curated botanical garden devoted to trees) received its most visible acknowledgement today with new signs installed renaming the former Thames William Hall Reserve as William Hall Arboretum. More >>

Review of Biosolid Composter project

Thursday, 30 October 2014, 4:10 pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

Operations at the Biosolid Composter in Whitianga will cease in November while we take time to look at how we can improve its financial viability. A decision will be made by April 2015 as to whether to reinstate operations or decommission the plant. More >>

Free Styling at the Thames Fast 25

Thursday, 30 October 2014, 10:10 am | Thames Coromandel District Council

Free-styling isn't just for the rappers, January 24 is the date swimmers are getting the chance to be the fastest freestyler and win a heap of cash. More >>

New subdivision application for New Chum Beach.

Wednesday, 29 October 2014, 11:52 am | Thames Coromandel District Council

A new application to subdivide land at New Chum Beach (Wainuiototo Bay Whangapoua) has just been lodged with our Council. More >>

Welcome to the long weekend

Friday, 24 October 2014, 11:30 am | Thames Coromandel District Council

Labour weekend is the traditional Coromandel welcome to the best time of the year for the best holiday destination in New Zealand and it kicks off with style! More >>

More collaborative Roading professional services contract

Thursday, 23 October 2014, 5:13 pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

Starting Saturday 1 November, Opus International Consultants Ltd (Opus) will deliver our Professional Services contract for a three year term, with the option of two further one year extensions of contract. More >>

Update on planned demolition of the Old Kopu Bridge

Wednesday, 22 October 2014, 4:18 pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

The process for demolishing the historic Kopu Bridge by NZTA will continue, but there's still time for the Historic Kopu Bridge Society to try and obtain financial backing to keep the Bridge. More >>

Do you enjoy fishing in Coromandel harbour?

Tuesday, 21 October 2014, 3:25 pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

Council is pretty sure you hate parking hassles. Council is also sure the recreational fishing market is very important to the Coromandel and that you'd enjoy an all-tide wharf right up by Coromandel town, such as at Furey's Creek/Jacks Point. But the ... More >>

Accessibility Audit Reports Received

Monday, 20 October 2014, 4:29 pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

Accessibility audits of the streets network in our main CBD's is now complete, which will help us now with planning future works. More >>

Thames Coromandel Newsletter

Friday, 17 October 2014, 12:44 pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

THE COROMANDEL HARBOUR PROJECT is now being broken down into specific areas for better project management purposes. The different project sections are: More >>

Mayor urges restraint on spending

Thursday, 16 October 2014, 12:46 pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

After three years of successfully reducing the average rate, Coromandel's Community Boards have been briefed by Mayor Glenn Leach this week about the need to continue exercising financial restraint as they plan capital projects for the next ten years, ... More >>

Proposed WW1 National Memorial Forest for the Coromandel

Wednesday, 15 October 2014, 11:43 am | Thames Coromandel District Council

A National WW1 Memorial Forest is being supported by Community Boards throughout the Coromandel. This week Mayor Glenn Leach has been at Community Board meetings to gauge support for the concept, which would be a series of forests, totalling approximately ... More >>

Pauanui Amenity Building Underway

Friday, 10 October 2014, 10:31 am | Thames Coromandel District Council

Construction of the Pauanui amenity building which will house the Community Library, i-SITE and a community meeting room is underway. More >>

One week to go for Major Event Fund applications

Wednesday, 8 October 2014, 4:19 pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

Applications are now being accepted for sponsorship in round two of the major event fund and a total of $45,000 has been made available. More >>

Calling home-grown musicians, bands, food producers

Wednesday, 8 October 2014, 10:37 am | Thames Coromandel District Council

Do you make a mean mussel fritter? Are you brewing beer locally? Are you growing your own produce to sell? If you're a Coromandel food and beverage producer or grower who wants to promote your product either nationally or internationally - we want ... More >>

Ngati Hei kaumatua Peter Johnston Snr will be sadly missed.

Thursday, 2 October 2014, 5:02 pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

With the passing of Ngati Hei kaumatua Peter Johnston Snr, a bright light has gone out. "Our condolences go out to Ros and the whanau," says Mayor Glenn Leach. More >>

Local artists can apply for funding assistance now

Wednesday, 1 October 2014, 3:03 pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

Teaching art to children allows Linda Brajkovich to help them open the doors to a world of creativity. More >>

Whangamata Marina's commitment to a clean harbour

Wednesday, 1 October 2014, 2:05 pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

The new treatment plant for waterblast and hardstand runoff has been a revelation to the Whangamata Marina Society because of the amount of solid waste collected since trialling of the system began in September. More >>

Colouring Competition winner gets awesome Go Bag

Monday, 29 September 2014, 2:38 pm | Thames Coromandel District Council

Te Puru School student Istari Sta received a welcome surprise at her classroom when she was presented with an awesome Go Bag prize last week. More >>

Tsunami siren test at noon today [29/9/14]

Friday, 26 September 2014, 11:06 am | Thames Coromandel District Council

A continuous siren tone will sound on the Firth of Thames, Cooks Beach, Coromandel, Hahei, Kuaotunu, Matarangi, Pauanui, Port Charles, Tairua, Tapu, Thames, Turua, Whangapoua, Whangamata, and Whitianga. More >>



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