Council news

The latest news releases from the Taranaki Regional Council.

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TRC to appoint new Chief Executive

Basil Chamberlain and David MacLeod

Fri 03 Apr 2020 4:00pm

The Taranaki Regional Council Chief Executive, Basil Chamberlain, will retire when his current five-year contract ends mid-year, and the Council has begun a recruitment process to find a replacement.

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Bugs, birds and gardens - lockdown ideas for all the family

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Fri 03 Apr 2020

If you thought staying at home was boring, you’ve got a whole new world waiting to be discovered.

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Taranaki Regional Council offices closed

Taranaki Regional Council

Tue 24 Mar 2020

The Taranaki Regional Council offices are closed from 4pm Tuesday 24 March until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic response.

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COVID-19 guidance

Taranaki Regional Council

Wed 18 Mar 2020

The Taranaki Regional Council offices will close from Wednesday 25 March until further notice due to the COVID-19 alert level four.

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Committee meetings postponed

Taranaki Regional Council

Mon 16 Mar 2020

Meetings of the Consents & Regulatory Committee and the Policy & Planning Committee, scheduled for Tuesday March 17, have been postponed until further notice.

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Predator Free 2050: Taranaki leading the way

North Island Robin

Thu 12 Mar 2020

Taranaki is well ahead of the game as the country works towards the ambitious goal of becoming predator free by 2050, says the Taranaki Regional Council.

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Forgotten World Highway funding welcomed

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Fri 28 Feb 2020

It’s fantastic news for the region that a total of $23 million will be spent to seal and improve the Forgotten World Highway (SH43), says the Regional Transport Committee Chair, Matthew McDonald.

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Best native-bird breeding season in 30 years

Towards Predator-Free Taranaki

Thu 27 Feb 2020

It’s been the best native-bird breeding season in 30 years for some areas in New Plymouth district, say a couple who credit intense predator control.

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