The Wairoa District Council is located on Queen Street, Wairoa, next to Coronation Square
Monday - Friday: 9am to 4:30pm
(Except public holidays and unless otherwise notified.)
Wairoa District Council's Draft Annual Plan will be up for discussion at a public meeting at 5.30pm on Thursday, May 30 at the War Memorial Hall.
Wairoa Business Week announces a last minute change to the debating team line up for ‘Bubbles and Bites - The Amalgamation Debate’ at the Gaiety Theatre, 5.30pm tomorrow night.
Wairoa District Council’s draft roadmap covering Year Two of the 10 year plan is officially open for consultation.
Wairoa District Council has taken third place out of 78 councils across the country in the annual Association of Local Government Information Management website rankings.
Social media workshops are already full and registrations continue to stream in for other events across Wairoa Business Week, which kicks off next Monday.
An alternative proposal outlining a staged approach to local government reorganisation within Hawke’s Bay was announced by Wairoa District Council today.
Hawke’s Bay and the East Coast will come together during Wairoa Business Week to explore the tourism potential of the district on Wednesday, May 15.
Get to grips with social media technology and boost your business by attending a Wairoa Business Week event dedicated to mastering this marketing phenomenon on Wednesday, May 15.
A trio of top Māori businessmen will take centre stage to share their hard-earned knowledge and opinions on day one of Wairoa Business Week, Monday May 13. Toro Waaka, Ngahiwi Tomoana and Te Horipo Karaitiana are the keynote speakers for Ūmanga Māori - a day that promises to deliver inspiration and solid ideas to those with an interest in Wairoa’s Māori business development.
Captain James (Jim) Gilmour, Royal New Zealand Navy Captain Gilmour is an officer in the Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN) whose 26 year career has included ship navigation, helicopter aviation, senior staff appointments, major fleet unit command and, most recently, Deputy Maritime Component Commander. He was Commander Combined Task Force 151 between July and October 2011. This Task Force is responsible for counter piracy operations in the South Red Sea, Gulf of Aden and the Somali Basin.