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WaiSwim Wins Gold

The hard work of the Waimakariri Aquatic Facilities team has been acknowledged after claiming two more top awards for the trophy cabinet.

Vehicle Crossing Bylaw Review

The Council have reviewed the Vehicle Crossing Bylaw 2007 and are proposing a few changes.  Consultation with the public to find out what you think about the proposed changes opens today.

Two weeks left to have your say on the Annual Plan

There are two weeks left for you to have your say on five key topics affecting Waimakariri over the coming year.

Warning About Scam Calls

We’re aware that some residents are receiving calls from a person claiming to be speaking on ”behalf of the Council” and offering subsidised home insulation through the Healthier Homes Canterbury initiative.

Canal Boat Concepts Floated for Kaiapoi

A river with canal or house boats may be an unfamiliar sight to many Kiwis, however it could become a reality as various groups show interest in developing concepts for use on the Kaiapoi River.

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.

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