Rainbow Water Tower LED Lights

Well done South Taranaki, we have made it to level 2 and in celebration, the new LED lights on top of the historic Hāwera Water Tower have been changed to help celebrate. Upgraded just before the country went into lockdown, the new LEDs have a longer lifespan than the former red neons which were installed... Continue Reading →

Click & Collect at your Local LibraryPlus

The move to COVID-19 Alert Level 3 on Tuesday 28 April will mean South Taranaki readers can again access physical books from their local LibraryPlus via a new “click and collect” contactless system. South Taranaki District Council libraries and cultural services manager, Cath Sheard says unfortunately, this does not apply to people living in Rest... Continue Reading →

E.Coli at Waingongoro River Mouth

South Taranaki District Council (STDC) environmental services group manager, Liam Dagg, has today issued a health warning for Waingongoro River Mouth. “Routine sampling by the Taranaki Regional Council has found high levels of Escherichia coli (E.coli) at the Waingongoro River Mouth. Visitors to this area should not collect shellfish and plant life or come into... Continue Reading →

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