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Keeping Safe with Fire These Holidays

People enjoying holidays are asked to be vigilant about the risk of fire over the holiday period, as all of Canterbury, including Waimakariri, is in a restricted fire season. Some areas in Christchurch are also under a fireworks ban.

Where’s Good to Swim this Summer?

We all like to enjoy a dip outdoors during the Summer months, however before you make the splash – make sure it’s safe to swim.

Council Services Over the Christmas Holidays

The Waimakariri District Council wish everyone a safe and happy Christmas and an enjoyable break. Over the holidays we have some temporary changes to our Council services.

Wrapping up Christmas Waste

The Waimakariri District Council are asking residents not to be foiled by unrecyclable Christmas wrapping this festive season.

Investment in Infrastructure Paying off Report Shows

The Waimakariri District Council last week released an annual report on local Drinking Water Standards Compliance.

Don’t Wait for New Year’s Resolutions

With Christmas and New Year being a time of get-togethers, celebrations, work events and family gatherings, it’s a timely reminder that we need to plan ahead to avoid taking chances and making mistakes when we get out and about on the roads.

Kaiapoi Cycleway Given Greenlight

The Kaiapoi-Community Board gave the greenlight to a cycle greenway through Kaiapoi that will connect the new northern corridor with the Passchendaele Memorial Path at their final meeting for the year.

Our Rubbish Recycling – Over Half of all Recycling Binned

Over the last nine weeks, more than half of the Waimakariri’s kerbside recycling has been so contaminated with rubbish it was sent to the landfill - resulting in an additional $120,187 cost to ratepayers in landfill charges.

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