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Spicing up Currie Park

Currie Park in Kaiapoi is due for an upgrade and we are asking the community to share their ideas to help develop a new concept plan for the park.

‘Skew Bridge’ Requiring Repairs – Commuters Advised to use Lineside Road from mid-August

Residents commuting between the Waimakariri District and Christchurch will be best to use Lineside Road while the Skewbridge Road bridge undergoes repairs from mid-August.

Cheers to Garrymere Water Supply Upgrade

The Garrymere community celebrated the completion of its water supply upgrade today, a project involving significant input from locals.

Veteran Civil Defence Volunteers Recognised

Three of Waimakariri’s veteran Civil Defence volunteers were recognised this weekend, following more than a decade of service from each.

Whitebait Season Starts Soon

It’s time once again for keen whitebaiters to clean off their gear and organise an access permit through one of the Council’s Service Centres.

Playground Swing Stolen for Second Time

Woodend and Pegasus kids are again missing a favourite playground part following the theft of the popular Lilypad swing from Gladstone Park for the second time.

Bright Future for Rangiora Town Centre

The Council is confident in the ongoing success, growth, and vibrancy of the Rangiora Town Centre after adopting a bold new plan earlier this week. The Rangiora Town Centre Strategy – Blueprint to 2030+ presents a concept of what the Town Centre should look and feel like in the future and identifies 10 major projects that will help turn that vision into reality.

Board Supports Quake 10th Anniversary Commemorations

As the 10th Anniversary of the first Canterbury Quake approaches, the Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board signalled its support of the District’s commemoration event in their July meeting.

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