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Transfer Stations Open up More Services

The move to Alert Level 2 tomorrow sees more services becoming available at both the Southbrook Resource Recovery Park and Oxford Transfer Station.

Waimakariri Public Facilities Reopen at Alert Level 2

Public facilities in Waimakariri reopen when the nation returns to Alert Level 2.

Algal Bloom Warning Lifted for the Ashley Rakahuri River

Canterbury District Health Board’s Community and Public Health unit has lifted its algal bloom health warnings for the Rakahuri/Ashley River.

New Restrictions for Plastic Recycling

Waimakariri residents are being reminded to put the right items in their yellow bin, with kerbside recycling starting again from Monday.

Click and Collect Books from Waimakariri Libraries

Need takeaways that feed your mind and improve your wellbeing? Or have you run out of books to read in your bubble?

Council Finds New Ways to Work During Lockdown

As one of the District’s largest employers and an essential service, the Waimakariri District Council faced a huge task when given only a few days to find a way for its staff to work from home.

Caution Urged As Fire Season Changes

Fire and Emergency New Zealand are urging residents to avoid non-essential fires when Waimakariri moves into an open fire season on Sunday 3 May.

Enjoying our Open Spaces at Alert Level 3

So the big change with the move to Level 3 is that we can use our local beaches again, from Tuesday our beach access gates will be opened.

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