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Water restrictions lifted for parts of Waipa

Published: 20/03/2015

Water restrictions have been lifted completely for Cambridge, Kihikihi, Pukerimu and Ohaupo as of today (20 March).
Te Awamutu and Pirongia are the only towns that will continue to have water restrictions and will remain at Water Alert Level 3 which means no use of sprinklers at any time.

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What uses 9500 litres of water and could be in your backyard?

Published: 03/03/2015

We’re having a great summer across the Waikato. Long, hot days have meant a chance to relax and enjoy the sun. It’s also meant that a lot of families have been enjoying inflatable swimming pools in their backyard.

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Weather conditions ignite concerns for Waipa

Published: 28/01/2015

“Every drop really does count at this time of year. Water Alert Level 3 means there is a total ban on sprinklers but we are asking residents to look at ways they can save water indoors and out.”

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Cut down on outdoor water use to stay on Water Alert 2

Published: 23/01/2015

Two of the region’s councils, Hamilton City and Waikato District Council, are asking residents to further conserve their water use, to reduce the need for additional water restrictions.

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​Cambridge water use through the roof

Published: 23/01/2015

Waipa is now at Water Alert Level 3 and while low water supply is the key issue in Te Awamutu, for Cambridge people are simply using too much water.

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