Electorate news

Tue 10 Feb 2015
| Electorate news

MP for Taupo Louise Upston has welcome news that further funding is now available for the improvement of New Zealand’s Great Rides.

Fri 9 Oct 2015
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Louise Upston, MP for Taupo is encouraging everyone in the Taupo electorate to sign up for and participate in the upcoming national earthquake drill, ShakeOut, on Thursday 15 October.

Thu 8 Oct 2015
| Electorate news

Almost all Taupo residents will have access to high-speed broadband within a decade as part of the Government’s vision to boost rural connectivity.

Taupo’s rural communities will be the big winners under the new targets, which mark a ten-fold increase on peak Rural Broadband Initiative speeds of 5 Mbps.

Thu 8 Oct 2015
| Electorate news

In this issue
•    One year on
•    Out and about in the electorate
•    Youth Parliament 2016
•    Growing our local economy
•    Beehive Buzz
•    Other National news

Sun 4 Oct 2015
| Electorate news

Can you see a future for yourself as an MP? Young people are now invited to apply to be a part of Youth Parliament 2016.

Youth Parliament is a triannual process held since 1994 and MP for Taupo Louise Upston says she is looking forward to receiving applications from young people in the electorate aged between 16 and 18 years old.

Wed 12 Aug 2015
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Can you see a future for yourself as an MP? Young people are now invited to apply to be a part of Youth Parliament 2016.

Youth Parliament is a triannual process held since 1994 and MP for Taupo Louise Upston says she is looking forward to receiving applications from young people in the electorate aged between 16 and 18 years old.

Tue 7 Jul 2015
| Electorate news

Local MP Louise Upston says she can’t wait to see the results of the St Peter’s Catholic School (Cambridge) project in 12 months, which has been given $41, 544 as part of a $10 million fund to encourage innovative teaching practices.

Thu 11 Jun 2015
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National MP for Taupo Louise Upston is delighted Taupo District Council will receive $15,000 under the Youth Development Partnership Fund 2015.

Fri 27 Mar 2015
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The annual championships attract 2200 secondary school students representing 120 schools from around New Zealand, with the event being the largest rowing regatta in the country.