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Phone 311 8900
24 Sewell Street
Phone 375 5009
34 Main Street
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Knowledge and Entertainment
m the Library
By: Dan Burkholder
Publisher: Pixiq 2012
Dan Burkholder teaches you how to
use your iPhone as a powerful, fun,
fine-art tool. He demystifies techniques
for getting better iPhone images,
using the hardware to its fullest, and
experimenting with the multitude of
iPhone apps available through Apple's
The Age of Zeus.
By: James Lovegrove
Publisher: Solaris 2010
The Olympians appeared a decade
ago, living incarnations of the Ancient
Greek gods on a mission to bring
permanent order and stability to the
world. Resistance has proved futile, and
now humankind is under the jackbot of
divine oppression. Until former London
police officer Sam Akehurst receives an
invitation too tempting to turn down. One
of a large selection of Science Fiction
books to be found in the Library.
Choice for K
Untamed: The Extraordinary
Adventures of the Swazi Man.
By: David Hughes
Publisher: Random House 2011
Join Davey round his campfire as he
talks about his deep passion for all
things New Zealand, including keeping
his business New Zealand-made.
Fending off grizzlies, running across
desperate and devious ivory poachers,
saving the Siberian tiger, riding with
the Mongolian Nomads and having a
happy family and running a successful
business while enjoying life to the max.
The following meetings will be held in August /
September 2012. All meetings will be held in the
Council Chamber/Committee Rooms, 215 High
Street, Rangiora, unless otherwise stated.
Earthquake Recovery Committee
Tuesday 28 August at 5pm
Woodend-Ashley Community Board
Monday 3 September at 7.30pm
Tuesday 4 September at 2.30pm
Rangiora Community Board
Wednesday 12 September at 7pm
Kaiapoi Community Board
Monday 17 September at 5pm - to be held at the
Kaiapoi Golf Club, 373 Williams Street, Kaiapoi.
Resource Management and Regulation
Tuesday 18 September at 1pm
Tuesday 18 September at 4pm
Oxford-Eyre Ward Advisory Board
Wednesday 19 September at 7.30pm -- to be held
in the Cust Community Centre
Earthquake Recovery Committee
Tuesday 25 September at 5pm
The public are welcome to attend these meetings.
Agendas and minutes for meetings can be found
on the Council's website: www.waimakariri.govt.nz
Notice of Temporary Closure of
Various streets in Pegasus
The Council has received an application from Traffic
Management NZ, to allow the running of the 2012 Northern
Outlook Pegasus Fun Run/Walk at Pegasus.
Road Closure at
Te Kohanga Drive at the bridge
This will affect the following roads that fall within
Te Wairewa Street Puari Lane
Te Waihora Street Rapaki Street
De Sur ville Way
Beach Access Road
Residents and delivery vehicles will be given access
in and out of the area and there will be a full letter drop
advising the residents and businesses the week
leading up to the event.
Period of Closure
Sunday 7th October 2012
8am to 1pm
Any person objecting to the proposed closure may
do so in writing to the Waimakariri District Council,
Private Bag 1005, Rangiora 7440 by 4pm,
Friday 7 September 2012.
Update on what
Plastic bags: we can now take all
plastic bags, not just supermarket
carry bags e.g. shopping bags,
bread bags, pellet fire fuel bags,
and even the plastic wrap from
Please make sure the bags are
empty and clean, and place them
loose inside your recycling wheelie
bin. Clean, dry plastic wrap only.
Disposable plastic (picnic)
plates, cutlery & cups: rinsed
hard plastic picnic-ware only, no
polystyrene plates or cups, please.
Containers to be removed from
The containers forming a drop zone around the Lambert Building will be
removed from High Street Rangiora on Wednesday 29 August following
the completion of the building's deconstruction.
The Waimakariri District Council advises High Street, between Percival
and Victoria Streets, will be closed to all vehicles and pedestrians from
8.00 am for most of the day while the containers are being removed.
Traffic travelling east on High Street will be diverted right into Percival
Street to Queen Street to Ivory Street.
Thank you for your co-operation during this time of disruption.
Environmental Services Manager
Ph 03 311 8900 ex 8839
Waimakariri - Funding for the Arts
CREATIVE COMMUNITIES NEW ZEALAND
The next round for funding applications to the Waimakariri District Creative
Communities New Zealand Scheme closes on Friday 31 August 2012. This will be
for projects that have not begun by Friday 28 September 2012.
Assistance is available for community groups and individuals who are keen to provide
arts and cultural activities in the Waimakariri District. The Guide for Applicants, the
Glossary, and Application Form can be obtained from the Council Service Centres
and Libraries, or downloaded from the Council website www.waimakariri.govt.nz.
For further information or advice on eligibility, please
contact the administrator, Mark O'Connell, Waimakariri
District Council, at the Rangiora Library -- email mark.
firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Rangiora (03) 311
8900, or Kaiapoi (03) 327 6834.
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