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Send a Message of Support to Victims of the Christchurch Terror Attacks

Condolence books for residents to send messages of support to the Muslim community following the Christchurch terror attacks will be set up in Waimakariri District Council service centres.

Which Sign for Waikuku Beach?

The Woodend-Sefton Community Board are exploring options for an entrance sign to the Waikuku Beach Community and they want to hear what you think.  Public consultation opened today with three designs up for debate.

Music to Society's Ears

New signage is in store for the North Canterbury Musical Society Inc, following approval of a grant by the Rangiora-Ashley Community Board.

Range of Community Events Funding

A variety of community events across the District were winners on Monday night as the Woodend-Sefton Community Board approved their funding applications.

Dudley Park Aquatic Centre Closing for Maintenance

The upcoming maintenance closure of Dudley Park Aquatic Centre  may mean customers will have to visit Kaiapoi for their regular swim.

Youth Leading the Way

Waimakariri Youth Council and the Council are stoked to share the adoption of a brand new Youth Strategy for the District.

Council Taking Care of Business With New Initiative

Establishing a business can be notoriously difficult. However it’s about to become easier as the Waimakariri District Council launches ‘Taking Care Of Business’, an initiative to support new and existing business owners in the Waimakariri.

Five District decisions – and we want to know your thoughts

Waimakariri District Council is asking residents for their thoughts on five key topics.

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