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The latest news releases from the Taranaki Regional Council.

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New bus service to connect Taranaki industry

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Fri 01 Oct 2021

Taranaki Regional Council and Dialog Fitzroy have joined forces to launch a bus service for workers travelling between some of the region’s biggest industrial sites.

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Kaitake farmland a possum-free zone

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Mon 27 Sep 2021

It’s been five months since a possum was detected across almost 1000 hectares of Kaitake farmland.

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Free bus travel for Covid-19 vaccination appointments

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Fri 24 Sep 2021

Taranaki residents can get a free bus ride to and from their Covid-19 vaccination appointments from this Monday.

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Council confirms 2022 representation arrangements

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Tue 21 Sep 2021

There will be 11 councillors elected to the Taranaki Regional Council next year, including one representing a region-wide Māori constituency.

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TRC stays on target amid changes and disruptions

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Tue 21 Sep 2021

The Taranaki Regional Council achieved most of its targets for the financial year to 30 June, in the face of the continuing roll-out of profound changes driven by central Government as well as lingering disruptions from COVID-19.

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TRC offices to reopen on Wednesday

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Mon 06 Sep 2021

The TRC office will be open to the public from Wednesday, 8 September and most programmes and activities will be operating at near normal levels from that date.

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TRC staff out and about during Level 3

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Tue 31 Aug 2021

Limited site visits, inspections and other duties by Taranaki Regional Council field staff are resuming under Alert Level 3, with strict adherence to all protocols including physical distancing and the wearing of face coverings.

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Two options on the table for TRC representation arrangements

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Tue 24 Aug 2021

Taranaki Regional Council is taking community feedback on board and will consider two options for its representation arrangements ahead of the 2022 elections.

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