The NZ Transport Agency is making permanent the speed reductions near Kaikōura put in place a year ago, when State Highway 1 reopened following the November 2016 earthquake.
Seven secondary school students have been given a helping hand by the Hurunui District Council to pursue further study.
The Hurunui District Council has successfully prosecuted a dog owner from Leithfield which has resulted with the dog owner being sentenced today.
Canterbury Police are focusing on reducing burglary and want the public to assist.
27/11/2018 Increased population growth drives demand for leisure and sporting facilities in Amberley
Progress on Stage One of the Amberley Eastern Reserve development is on track with earthworks underway to construct the new embankment and sports field.
15/11/2018 “it’s not wood’s fault”
It’s not often that you can get a bunch of engineers together and have them excited about an ’old’ technology, but it happened today!
14/11/2018 Great News For Amberley Drinking Water
The Hurunui District Council has successfully secured consent for an additional 15 litres per second drinking water supply from its bore site on Racecourse Road!
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