You will find the 'search box' on the right hand side of each page in the menu listing. To find pages on a particular subject area enter a word (e.g. dogs) into the box and click the search button, or press the Enter key on the keyboard. You can also enter more than one word (e.g. stray dogs), but you don't have to use smaller words like; to, the, and etc. Just use the main words that relate to the information you're trying to find.
A search will normally result in a list of suggested pages being displayed, with an abstract from each page visible so that you can choose the one which is likely to give you the information you are looking for. By clicking on the title you will open the relevant page.
When a large number of suggestions arise from a search these are divided into a number of search result pages. You can move from one search results page to another using the 'previous' and 'next' links at the bottom of each page.
If a search results in too many pages, then it might be an idea to try refine your search by adding extra keywords, for example 'council rates' instead of just 'rates'.