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Journey Towards Revamped Flaxton Road to Begin

Southbrook business has continued to boom over recent years.  As a result, Flaxton Road may no longer be meeting all of the different needs that go hand-in-hand with this growth, such as the demand for on-road parking, and accommodating cyclists and pedestrians using the area.

Waimakariri Hosts All Night Party

200 young people traveling to seven venues on four buses over 14 hours; that’s the recipe for Waimakariri’s first All Night Party.

Work to Join Water Supply Gets Underway

Its good news for Woodend and Pegasus residents as work to join their water supplies starts soon and the benefits will mean residents on the supply should see improvements.

The proposal to join the supplies was widely supported, with 73% of residents giving the project the thumbs up during consultation in 2016.

District Plan Now Available Online

Digital version of the Waimakariri District Plan is now live! The ePlan replaces the paper based and PDF versions of the existing Operative District Plan.

Mower Narrowly Avoids Smelly Plunge

Quick thinking by a Delta mower operator prevented his machine from falling into a collapsed sewer chamber containing an estimated 160,000 litres of 30 year old sewage.

Breaking Ground for New Water Supply

Boiling drinking water is soon to be a distant memory for residents on the Oxford Rural No.1 Water Supply Scheme, as ground gets broken this week to connect the new supply.

Work to Close Gaps Starts Soon

Work to close the two remaining gaps in the secondary stopbanks system for the Ashley River/Rakahuri starts this month.

Kaiapoi Art Expo Draws Crowds

‘The best yet!’ was how the Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board described the recent Kaiapoi Art Expo at its July meeting.

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