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Strong community support for proposed Mangawhai land purchase

Strong community support for proposed Mangawhai land purchase

  • September 30, 2022

Mangawhai will soon have land designated for future public sporting and recreational facilities.

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New fees structure for Taharoa Domain

New fees structure for Taharoa Domain

  • September 02, 2022

A new fees structure for Taharoa Domain was confirmed at Kaipara’s August Council Meeting.

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Rails and trails

Rails and trails

  • June 22, 2022

Pop into Dargaville Museum to see their latest display on the development of the Kaihu Valley Trail.

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Kaipara’s April roading report

Kaipara’s April roading report

  • May 10, 2022

April’s relatively calm weather meant that Kaipara’s roading team could focus on jobs carrying over from previous months, and complete work on this year’s sealed pavement rehabs, unsealed heavy metal sites, and footpath kerb and channel renewals before the wet winter weather sets in.

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Kaipara's January roading report

Kaipara's January roading report

  • January 26, 2022

The second season of road surfacing works commenced in the Kaipara District this month, after 14.4kms was completed in December 2021.

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Climate change strategic vision and work released

Climate change strategic vision and work released

  • November 17, 2021

Kaipara District’s coastline winds from the wild West Coast Ripiro Beach into the impressive Kaipara Harbour and over to the beautiful Mangawhai Estuary and scenic East Coast. The coast borders some of Aotearoa’s most fertile land and skirts significant rural development. The beaches and harbour are an important community asset with many unique characteristics and natural qualities we want to preserve for future generations to enjoy.

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Dargaville intermediate students give back to Taharoa Domain

Dargaville intermediate students give back to Taharoa Domain

  • June 24, 2021

Dargaville Intermediate tamariki joined forces with the Kaipara District Council parks team recently, planting approximately 400 native plants in Taharoa Domain.

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Myrtle Rust in Kaipara

Myrtle Rust in Kaipara

  • May 24, 2021

The fungal disease Myrtle Rust has been discovered within the boundaries of the Taharoa Domain.

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Lake Taharoa clean up discovers lost treasures and rubbish

Lake Taharoa clean up discovers lost treasures and rubbish

  • April 15, 2021

A friendly reminder to take only photos and leave only footprints at the Taharoa Domain when exploring the wonderful jewel of Kaipara.

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Nets set in Lake Taharoa for koi carp surveillance

Nets set in Lake Taharoa for koi carp surveillance

  • February 17, 2021

Nets have been set in Lake Taharoa for koi carp surveillance. If you're swimming, boating or kayaking on the lake, please keep out of the areas marked on the map during the operational periods.

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No pets allowed at Kai Iwi Lakes/Taharoa Domain

No pets allowed at Kai Iwi Lakes/Taharoa Domain

  • January 13, 2021

The beautiful Kai Iwi Lakes/Taharoa Domain have proved popular over the last few weeks with a huge number of people visiting. The Kaipara District Council team jointly manage the area with Te Kuihi and Te Roroa, alongside Northland Regional Council and Department of Conservation, and together we work hard to ensure this precious place is protected, while still being enjoyed by many holidaymakers.

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Taking care of Taharoa Domain-Kai Iwi

Taking care of Taharoa Domain-Kai Iwi

  • November 30, 2020

Summer is coming and so are all our visitors. It’s the busiest time of the year for the Taharoa Domain-Kai Iwi area, and we need you to help us look after this beautiful gem.

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