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Don’t Bypass Woodend’s Bypass

The Woodend-Sefton Community Board held their first meeting of 2020 last week with the Woodend Bypass being the hot topic of discussion after the public rally held at the weekend.

Preparing for Animal Evacuations During Fires

The recent events in Australia have shown us the devastating impact that fire can have on animals and livestock. The Waimak Lifestyle Block Group and Waimakariri Civil Defence are hosting a meeting to establish a community-based response plan for emergencies, such as fires.

More Ways to Pay Now Online

Waimakariri District Council has been working to update its payment portals so customers can self-serve and save time by paying more online.

Detours for Oxford Road at Lehmans Road

The intersection of Oxford Road and Lehmans Road will be disrupted in the coming weeks as contractors work on underground services as part of the Oxford Road improvements project.

February 2020 - Progress Report for Stadium Waimakariri

The taller parts of framing have started being put up this January giving scale to the size of Stadium Waimakariri.

Ashley River Fire Update

Fire and Emergency NZ (FENZ) are currently fighting two fires along the Ashley Rakahuri River, in addition to several other fires in the Canterbury region. Updates from them are mirrored below, please check their Facebook page for news and the latest official updates.

Call to Water Wisely

The amount of water we use in summer is more than twice what we use during winter. This means we use the most water when there is the least available in the underground aquifers.

Dudley Park aquatic centre closed for two days - following CDHB advice

The Dudley Park Aquatic Centre has been closed immediately following Ministry of Health advice.

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