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.)
A unified stance on the future governance of the Wairoa District will be developed by the Mayor and Councillors next week.
Wairoaís creative community is richer to the tune of $6000 following the latest round of grants from the national arts development agency Creative New Zealand.
Time is running out to secure a spot on the Wairoa Public Library summer reading programme.
Wairoa i-SITE Visitor Information Centre has been recognised once again as a high performer by Qualmark - New Zealand tourismís official quality assurance system.
The Mohaka Township Bridge on the Mohaka Coach Road is closed to heavy traffic due to concerns over safety.
Voter turnout for the latest Local Government election places Wairoa as the second highest in the country, with 62 percent of the districtís voting population choosing to have their say in who represents them.
The fight against dust nuisance is continuing in earnest at Wairoa District Council, with a draft list of prioritised sites now available for viewing and comment.
Tangata whenua from all 37 known marae will gather to confirm their takiw‚ representative on the Wairoa District Council M‚ori Standing Committee at a hui-a-iwi at Takitimu Marae at 10am on Saturday, 19 October.
Hui are happening around the district in the build up to the triennial candidate selection for the Wairoa District Council M‚ori Standing Committee.
Working out what makes people tick contributes twice as much towards superior workplace performance as technical and analytical skills combined.