The Wairoa District Council is located on Queen Street, Wairoa, next to Coronation Square
Monday - Friday: 8am to 4:30pm
(Except public holidays and unless otherwise notified.)
Wairoa's creative community is richer following the latest round of grants from the national arts development agency Creative New Zealand.
All applications for alcohol licences for events in December and January must be lodged by 21 November at the latest to ensure they are processed prior to the holiday period, applications received after this time might still be processed prior to…
After an extensive recruitment process, the Wairoa district finally has a new Building Control Officer. Sam Hayward joined the Wairoa District Council at the start of November and has hit the ground running.
The New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) has completed its review of Funding Assistance Rates (FAR) and the Wairoa District Council is certainly pleased with the final outcome.
Acclaimed Hawke's Bay children's writer and storyteller, Mary Kippenburger, opened the Wairoa Public Library's summer reading programme with visits to Kotemaori and Nuhaka schools last Thursday.
School of public administration, university of applied sciences, Ludwigsburg, Germany signs memorandum of understanding with Wairoa District Council.
Wairoa District Council unveils 'go roam' phone app designed to assist with making Wairoa district the safest of all districts in New Zealand
The CEO of Wairoa District Council, Fergus Power, has announced that David Tipoki has been appointed as Maori Relationships Manager.
Distinct elements of our district will be celebrated in a beautiful mural decorating the walkway linking Marine Parade with the Clyde Court carpark.
A Wairoa District Council and Raupunga community project to create a welcoming entry point to the area was recognised at the Local Government New Zealand (LGNZ) Excellence Awards this week.