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Town Centre Trees to Remain

Last week, the Rangiora-Ashley Community Board held their final meeting before the upcoming Local Body elections.  The elections will decide who will sit around the table for the next three years; and the Board took time at the end of the meeting to acknowledge the work of Judith Holt who is standing down.

Is Your Kerbside Bin Size Right For You?

Now we’re three months into the new Kerbside Collection Service some households have said they have a bin which is simply too small for their needs and others who have said their bins are too large.

Council Seeks Feedback on Customer Satisfaction

This September around 600 Waimakariri residents will be invited to complete a survey to tell the Council how satisfied they are with the services it provides.

Last Meeting this Term

It was the last meeting of this term for the Woodend Sefton Community Board on Monday night, most of which was spent advocating for and providing support to local communities.

Ensor Acknowledged at Final Board Meeting

The Oxford-Ohoka Community Board met last week for the final meeting of the electoral term.

Applications Open for Kaiapoi Berths

The Waimakariri District Council is preparing for a rush of applicants as expressions of interest open for long-term berths within the Kaiapoi Marine Precinct.

Time to Explore Waimakariri

It’s time to get your walking shoes on and see more of what our beautiful District has on offer by joining one of the walking festival events taking place this September/October.

Watch Out for Motorcycles

With spring upon us, over half of all motorcyclists will start to get their bikes back on the road after a winter break.

September is Motorcycle Awareness Month – a time to remind ourselves to take extra care while driving by keeping an eye out for motorcyclists.

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