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Our Condolences Shared

On Wednesday 17 July Mayor David Ayers presented to Gamal Fouda, Imam at the Al Noor Mosque in Deans Avenue, the condolences register at Council offices signed by residents of the Waimakariri District in the period after the 15 March terror attacks.

Community Board Jumps at Local Funding Initiative

The Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board held its first meeting for the new financial year on Monday night, and with a light agenda, had the opportunity to discuss and approve budgets for the year ahead.

Rangiora Airfield - Proposed Plan Change and Designation

Waimakariri District Council has accepted a District Plan change request for public notification under the Resource Management Act 1991.

Horrellville Boil Water Advisory Update

15 July 2019 - Testing has shown the effluent spill risk of faecal contamination has passed.

There’s Fun to be Had This Winter

Rug up and get ready to enjoy the wide range of wonderful winter activities coming to the Waimakariri District this July.

Funding Boost for Local Initiatives

Finances dominated the table talk at last night’s Rangiora-Ashley Community Board meeting.

In preparation for the new financial year ahead, budgets were confirmed and general landscaping and discretionary grant funds were discussed.

Community Board Discretionary Funds Renew

With the new financial year now here Waimakariri Community Boards have renewed discretionary funds.

Building Community

This Monday’s meeting of the Woodend Sefton Community Board was very much business as usual for the beginning of the financial year, reviewing budgets as well as considering funding applications and hearing updates from Council staff.

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