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Kairaki Beach Access Closed

The Kairaki Beach vehicle access has been closed today to comply with advice from the Government to discourage any activity that may result in an emergency services callout.

Help Available for Those in Need

With the country in lockdown, many minds have turned to the vulnerable, elderly and those in need of help.

The good news is, Cantabrians in need of assistance in accessing essential household goods and services due to the COVID-19 lockdown can get help via a local helpline.

Keeping Our Volunteer Firefighters Safe

Fire and Emergency NZ are urging Canterbury’s residents to avoid burning outdoors and reduce the need for callouts as the country continues to grapple with Covid-19.

Using Community Spaces During Lockdown

With community facilities being closed to limit transmission of COVID-19, but an encouragement to get fresh air and exercise, there is some confusion about how people should be using community spaces during lockdown.

Rain Set to Ease Tonight

Heavy rain has fallen across the Waimakariri District with some good rainfall totals being recorded in Rangiora and Woodend, both receiving around 50mm each.

Transfer Stations Restricted to Comply with Physical Distancing

To support the Government’s efforts to fight COVID-19, Waimakariri District Council made the decision to close Transfer Stations to the public for recycling and non-essential waste disposal at Southbrook and Oxford as of today.

Beach Access Closed

Waimakariri District Council have today closed beach access ways.

Advice for Campers at Level 4

Campers across New Zealand will have to self-isolate for the same four week period of time as the rest of the country under the level 4 COVID19 alert.

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