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Art Lights Up Kaiapoi

Sometimes at this time of year, with the cold and dreary weather we like to stay indoors where it’s warm.  However, in the Waimakariri there are some awesome events coming up – so time to wrap up warm, grab your friends and family and see the diverse range of events the district has to offer.

Easy Choice to feed Kiwi families for $60

Easy Choice – Family Kai, a new initiative supported by Waimakariri District Council is aiming to feed families for $60.

Book It Online

Bookings for community facilities are going online! A pilot programme of the District’s three main facilities is now live which allow customers to view, reserve, and pay for bookings online. The three main facilities included are Rangiora Town Hall, Oxford Town Hall and Woodend Community Centre.

Kerbside Bins Are Coming...What Will You Choose?

In preparation for the kerbside collection service which starts from July 2019, Council are asking ratepayers in the kerbside collection area what service they would like, for their property to ready themselves for the roll out. Additional bin services will come at an extra cost in the property’s rates.

Tram Road, Mandeville – 80km/h speed limit into effect Wednesday 4 July

Road users on Tram Road, Mandeville are advised that the 80km/h speed limit will be in place from 6am Wednesday, 4 July 2018.

Jack Frost Brings Black Ice

Jack Frost has visited the district just a few times so far this winter but it’s likely he will make a return over the coming weeks.

New Look Chatter Coming Your Way

The Community Team have been working hard together with our fabulous administrative team to update the look and feel of Chatter.  Madeleine Burdon, Community Development Advisor says, “We designed the new version of Chatter to be fresh, bright, eye-catching and easy to navigate.  We listened to feedback from contributors and users and hope the changes we made will be well received.”

Migrant Stories

Launched last night in Rangiora Town Hall is a new video where migrants share their stories, including the highs and lows of settling into a new country. The video was a project championed by the Waimakariri Migrants and Newcomers Group to help share migrants experiences across the district.

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