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We have spoken to our mayors to gauge their rection to yesterdays budget. Hauraki District Council Mayor, Toby Adams, used the term interesting when asked to provide an overall opinion – he highlighted the tax relief saying it would assist in easing the impact of rising prices on local households. Mayor Toby also provided his […]

Ratepayers across the region, on the back on big increases from both Hauraki and Thames Coromandel District Councils, will now see their regional rates contribution jump by 7.4 percent. Like the various mayors, Waikato Regional Council Chair, Pamela Story, yesterday blamed the cost of living crisis. She said councillors worked tirelessly to construct a long […]

By John Freer Ratepayers across the Hauraki District are in for one of their biggest rates increases in recent years – 17.4 percent is the figure that Councillors have settled on. Mayor Toby Adams knew this was the biggest challenge the council faced in determining its 10-year long-term plan. The Mayor has spoken with CFM, […]

  DOC has today announced the options being explored to reinstate walking access to Coromandel’s Cathedral Cove. This is the information released in a media statement. The popular walking track to the picturesque beach has been closed since February 2023, due to damage caused by extreme weather events. DOC’s Hauraki Waikato Taranaki Regional Director Tinaka […]

By John Freer It is a story which will continue to be retold – how a solo-fisherman was flicked off his launch by a marlin, then spent 23 ½ hours in the sea off Coromandel Peninsula’s east coast, before being rescued by three guys out for a troll. Will Fransen keeps the love of his […]

By John Freer Significant increases to rates and major issues being faced by the Thames Coromandel District Council do not appear to have inspired residents to have their say on the draft 10-year long-term plan. Numbers released last week revealed that only 282 submissions were received on the 2024-2034 draft plan, over 1300 fewer than […]

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