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Stadium Waimakariri to be Named MainPower Stadium

MainPower has been announced as lead naming rights sponsor of the new $28M sports facility at a special event hosted at the MainPower Cricket Oval last Friday. The announcement means that Stadium Waimakariri, due to open in July next year, will now be known as MainPower Stadium.

Tips for a Safe Guy Fawkes

Guy Fawkes is coming up next week with fireworks going on sale shortly.

For many, it’s simply a good occasion to get together with friends, family and celebrate the coming of summer. For others, especially pets and livestock, it can cause some distress.

Kaiapoi Welcomes First Berth Lease

The Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board were excited to hear that the Kaiapoi Marine Precinct was now home to its first paying customer, after a  live-aboard application was approved for a visiting sail boat owner.

Bin Checks Prove to be Dirty Work

A team of four are spot checking recycling bins throughout the District to help people better understand what items can be put out for recycling. Just over two weeks in and it’s proving to be a dirty job.

Kaiapoi flood resilience investigations starting soon

Council has been awarded central Government shovel-ready funding to reduce the impact of flooding on urban and rural properties in Kaiapoi. To further scope this project we will be undertaking an aerial survey of the area in late October via drone.

Mayoral Update - Oxford Fire Siren Reinstated

27 October

Mayor Dan Gordon organised a meeting on Friday with Fire and Emergency New Zealand (FENZ) Area Commander Dave Berry, Oxford Fire Brigade Chief Trevor Ealam and Deputy Brian Thompson along with local Councillor Wendy Doody to discuss Oxford’s fire siren.

Shape Waimakariri’s Climate Change Policy

What would you change? Residents concerned about climate change are being asked to help shape the Council’s draft Climate Change Policy.

Council Services on Labour Day

With the long weekend on its way, the Waimakariri District Council is reminding residents that a few services may change on Labour Day.

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