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Funding for Youth Initiatives

The Council’s Youth Development Grant is now open and ready to accept applications for the 2019/20 funding year.

Keep an eye out for your voting papers

Keep an eye out for voting papers in your mailbox this week – as voting is now open.

A no Nonsense way to Address Nuisance

A new bylaw covering property maintenance and nuisance is being proposed and we want to hear what you think about it.

Canterbury Drivers Overrate Themselves

Research into road safety and driver attitudes in Canterbury has shown that many drivers overestimate their ability and feel that other road users are the problem.

Decision on Cycle Route Skids to a Halt

At their final meeting of the electoral term, the Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board received a report for the proposed Belfast to Kaiapoi Cycleway. The report provided an overview of feedback received following consultation with the community on the proposed Main North Road Cycle route, from Tram Road to connect with the existing Passchendaele Memorial Path.

Calling Landlords - Council Seeking Temporary Office Space

Waimakariri District Council are calling on local landlords who can accommodate staff during the Rangiora Council office refurb

Town Centre Trees to Remain

Last week, the Rangiora-Ashley Community Board held their final meeting before the upcoming Local Body elections.  The elections will decide who will sit around the table for the next three years; and the Board took time at the end of the meeting to acknowledge the work of Judith Holt who is standing down.

Is Your Kerbside Bin Size Right For You?

Now we’re three months into the new Kerbside Collection Service some households have said they have a bin which is simply too small for their needs and others who have said their bins are too large.

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