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Exceptionally Disappointed with Forced Three Water Reform

Waimakariri District Mayor Dan Gordon says he’s exceptionally disappointed the Government has forced the Three Waters Reform proposal on communities without adequately taking on feedback.

eScooter Trial Rolls Out Across Waimakariri

Fancy having a ride on an e-scooter? To mark the start of a six-month trial of commercial hire e-scooters in Waimakariri, Flamingo Scooters are offering community training days this weekend for anyone wishes to learn how to use the scooters or simply enjoy a free ride.

Parking Strategy Plans for Future Growth

The Council is planning for the future of parking in the Waimakariri District with the draft District Parking Strategy released this week for community feedback.

Council Services on Labour Day

With the long weekend on its way, the Waimakariri District Council is reminding residents that a few services will change on Labour Day.

EV Charger Roll Out Goes Up a Gear in Oxford

Oxford-Ohoka Community Board has approved the Pearson Park carpark as the preferred site for Oxford’s EV charging station.

It’s Back to School Next Week

The last term of school starts on Monday so our roads and footpaths will once again be busier with our children heading back to class.

Healthy Harold the Giraffe Trucks Along

Healthy Harold the iconic Giraffe will continue trucking it’s mobile classroom throughout the Waimakariri District, bringing primary school children everything they need to know about health, nutrition and their bodies.

Focus on Safety

Safety improvements on State Highway 1 through Woodend were a hot topic again at the Woodend-Sefton Community Board meeting this week.

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