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Looking Twice at Train Tracks May Save Your Life

Look right, look left, look for trains. That’s the message NZ Police and the NZ Transport Agency are supporting this Rail Safety Week, and it could save your life.

Council Farewells Roading Manager Ken Stevenson

Staff at Waimakariri District Council are grieving the loss of a valued colleague and friend, following the passing of Ken Stevenson in the early hours of Monday morning.

Progress Ahead for Mandeville Flood Works

A positive discussion focused on solutions set the tone at last night’s Oxford-Ohoka Community Board meeting.

Rangiora-Ashley Community Board Commend Festival

At its meeting last night, the Rangiora-Ashley Community Board was thrilled to reflect on the success of this year’s Waimakariri Winter Festival.

Supporting Young People

Waimakariri District Council is launching the Youth Development Grant.  The brainchild of the Community Board Chairs and Board member Thomas Robson, this is the first of this kind of grant for the Council.

New Zealand's Best Rivertown?

Could Kaiapoi be seen as New Zealand's best rivertown? That's the exciting vision expressed in the the Draft Kaiapoi Town Centre Plan - 2028 and Beyond; released for public consultation this week.

Making Good Progress on the Harvest

Our contractors are on track with the harvest of our coastal forestry blocks.  The work in Kairaki on Block 9 adjacent to the motor camp is nearly completed and the blocks being harvested in Pines Beach are well underway.

High Street Water Main Moving on

The Waimakariri District Council’s Water Unit are continuing work to install a new water main in High Street, Rangiora.  The team will start work on the footpath at the corner of Lindon and High Street outside the West End Dairy on Thursday 9 August.

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