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Council Statement on Dog Rehoming

There has been great interest today, most notably on social media, in an issue involving the rehoming of a dog that had been in the care of the Waimakariri District Council for 11 days.  This is three days longer than is standard practice for impounded dogs, from the time that the owner is first advised that we have the dog, and it is available to be collected.

Road Works Around Tuahiwi

Construction of the Rangiora-Woodend Cycleway continues and contractors will be working at the Boys Road intersection.  The cycleway work on the corner of Boys Road and Tuahiwi Road requires the exit onto Boys Road to be closed during work hours.

Chinese Flag Flying for the New Year

This Friday sees the start of the Chinese New Year of the Dog.  Waimakariri District Council is celebrating its sister city relationship and connection with our Chinese community by flying our Chinese flag alongside our NZ flag.

New Toilets Coming for Victoria Park - Board Meeting Recap

The Rangiora-Ashley Community Board had an informative first meeting of the year last night. As well as covering off items on the agenda, they also heard from Council staff who provided updates on various projects.

Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board Upcoming Meeting

The first Kaiapoi-Tuahiwi Community Board meeting for the year will be held this Monday at the Ruataniwha Kaiapoi Civic Centre.

First Rangiora-Ashley Community Board Meeting for 2018 Tonight

The Rangiora-Ashley Community Board will meet in the Council Chambers tonight at 7pm to kick off what will be the first meeting of 2018.

Algal Bloom Health Warning Issued for Pegasus Lake

Updated March 2019: The health warning mentioned in this article for Pegasus Lake has been lifted and the water is currently safe for swimming.

Outcome from Woodend Sefton Community Board Meeting

The Woodend-Sefton Community Board met for the first time this year on Monday 12 February.  Whilst the agenda was pretty light, the Board were very pleased to hear more from the Council about the upcoming coastal forestry harvest.

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