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The Fencing of Swimming Pools Act was introduced to protect young children from the danger of drowning.
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The Council has 112 units in Kaiapoi, Oxford, Rangiora and Woodend for people over 60 with limited means.
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are back and so is Rail Safety Week.
trains moving back to the district’s tracks after ten months of absence, it’s
timely that we highlight Rail Safety Week.
Trains are running on the northern line
now servicing the rebuild at Kaikoura, and it looks like the whole network
could be open within the next month.
As you will be aware, we have
major rail crossings in two of our main town centres as well as a significant
number across our district. After the
Kaikoura earthquakes, the train services stopped so it is a good opportunity to
remind our community of key safety messages around rail tracks and railway
We see many kids in our district
crossing railway tracks on their way to and from school often with headphones
on. The key message for pedestrians in
Rail Safety Week is remove your headphones and remove your risk.
Other key tips for pedestrians
For our drivers in the district
the most important safety tip is always keep tracks clear. People rushing to get some place and
impatient drivers can be fatal. It takes a train more than 200 metres to stop
so please remember these key safety messages:
For more information on Rail
Safety Week go to www.tracksafe.co.nz