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  • Waikawau Bay Bridge closure

    Two Waikawau bridges, north of Colville, are being replaced. The road is now open with the number 3 bridge open and a detour bridge while work is being completed on the number four bridge. Please note there is a 6 tonne weight limit on the bridge for the next 28 days..

    Updated - 14 July 2015

  • Council Standing Committee Meetings Cancelled

    The Economic Development Committee meeting (7 July) and the Infrastructure Committee meeting (8 July) have both been cancelled.

    Updated - 22 June 2015

  • Fan worm (Sabella) finds in Coromandel Harbour

    Boaties and marine farmers around the Coromandel Peninsula are being urged to take extra care after recent new finds of the marine pest fan worm (Sabella) in Coromandel Harbour. People who think they have seen this pest, or who spot any other unusual looking marine animal, are asked to report it to MPI’s pest and diseases hotline 0800 809966 or call the council on 0800 800 401.

    Updated - 09 June 2015

  • Road Closure - Bluff Road

    Bluff Road, (link road between Kuaotunu and Matarangi) is closed until further notice. An overhanging bluff about 350 meters from the Matarangi end of the road has become a high safety risk for vehicles and pedestrians.

    Updated - 29 May 2015

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    Maori Language Afternoon
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    Toddler Time at Thames Library
  • Aug
    Wriggle and Rhyme at Thames library
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  • Aug
    Toddler Time at Thames Library
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