Cherish the language
Nga mihi mahana te wiki o te reo Maori
Maori language week greetings
Celebrate Maori language – give it a go, be part of the challenge to learn at least one word a week.
Try this - Nau mai (Welcome! Come!)
Annual invoices have been posted to all registered dog owners. Contact us if you didn't receive yours.
Save time pay it online now with your credit or debit card.
Pay before 31 July to receive a $20 discount.
All dogs must be registered from 3 months of age.
Try our new online service. If your dog is missing, you can check our online animal shelter records.
As soon as a dog is picked up, animal control staff will record it on the online register.
Did you know, we can have up to 30 dogs in the animal shelter at any time.
If a dog is currently registered, microchipped and wearing its tag, it can be quickly returned to its owner.
Swim the Distance from Midway Beach to Mahia, a distance of 45.5km.
Grab a friend and swim the distance in the comfort of our heated Olympic Pool.
Entry is now open - you have from 1 August to 30 September to clock up the Ks
Grand prize a luxury weekend stay at Mahia - enter now!
A new community-led development fund offering small and medium grants
2011-2012 reports on biosecurity, fresh water resources, waste, recycling and air, coastal environment, land and soil
Includes - enviroschools, constructing farm tracks, ECEP potential new look
Check out the council and committee meetings on this month
Council has closed the Bright Street jetty until further notice. The jetty’s piles...
Declaration of the results of the by-election confirm Josh Wharehinga has been elected...
The Government has today announced clear, robust national standards for freshwater that will...
Economic development the focus, wastewater project, Kaiti-Wainui cycleway gets longer, Annual Plan adopted, Workers' bus kept, dogs online
Plans for Te Oneroa the beachfront cycle and walkway between Waikanae and Midway,...