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.)
A 'can do' attitude combined with an injection of super-modern technology has resulted in an exciting new partnership between the revitalised Gaiety Theatre and internationally-recognised film production company Starkraving.
Wairoa's iconic Gaiety Theatre opens its doors on a new era as the 'social heart' of the community when it hosts the celebration of the 10th Wairoa Māori Film Festival on Saturday, May 30.
Wairoa's distinguished guests this year are Major Richard Tipler, representing the Australian High Commission and Group Captain Russell Sowden, representing the Royal New Zealand Air Force and New Zealand Defence Forces.
Wairoa District Council Engineering Manager, Jamie Cox, has been acknowledged nationally with an award from the New Zealand Society of Local Government Managers (SOLGM).
Organisers of Wairoa's community expo for the Visual Identity Project wish to send a heartfelt thanks to everyone who participated and contributed.
The Māori Standing Committee (a sub-committee of the Wairoa District Council) have forwarded a letter to Basil Morrison, the Chair of the Local Government Commission outlining their concerns regarding the independent telephone-based survey…
Wairoa District Council Environment Officer, Victor Minter, today issued a warning, advising members of the public not to swim or to gather fish in the Wairoa river.
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…