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Kaihu Valley Trail May Update

Kaihu Valley Trail May Update

  • May 05, 2021

The Kaihu Valley Trail is a 40km walking and biking track being constructed from Dargaville to Donnelly’s Crossing and will form part of the Ancient Kauri Trail that extends from Omapere to Maungaturoto. 

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The Kaihu Valley Trail proposed route

The Kaihu Valley Trail proposed route

  • April 07, 2021

An update on what's happening with the Kaihu Valley Trail.  

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Mayor's Message - March 2021

Mayor's Message - March 2021

  • March 22, 2021

A surprise season of tsunami sirens is upon us. A real evacuation-level alert, a false alarm and then a scheduled test all within one month – that’s a bit to get your head around! On 5 March there was a legitimate tsunami evacuation for communities of Mangawhai and Ruawai. 

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Kaihu Valley Trail Update

Kaihu Valley Trail Update

  • January 29, 2021

The Kaihu Valley Trail is one section of the Ancient Kauri Trail that will be developed in stages and eventually link Ōmāpere, on the Hokianga Harbour, to the Mangawhai Coast.

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The Latest from the Kaipara Kai Hub team

The Latest from the Kaipara Kai Hub team

  • January 27, 2021

Since our last update, the Kaipara Kai Hub team has been busy managing crop trials, engaging with local growers looking at crop diversification, and supporting the kick-off of local projects. The trial site at Te Roroa’s Kai Iwi farm is looking lush. 

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Kaihu Valley Trail funding announced

Kaihu Valley Trail funding announced

  • January 13, 2021

We have spoken previously about the cycle trail planned for Kaihu Valley and we are pleased to advise that $4 million in external funding has been confirmed from the Provincial Growth Fund – so now we can seriously look at the benefits of this exciting project for the Kaihu Valley and the Kaipara District.    

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Further funding announced for Kaipara District Council

Further funding announced for Kaipara District Council

  • August 28, 2020

Minister Shane Jones has announced $15 million for Kaipara District Council for shovel ready infrastructure projects

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The Big Dry still affecting Kaipara

The Big Dry still affecting Kaipara

  • May 20, 2020

Treat water like gold.

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