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They're working on the Woodend
Work on the extension of Woodend Community Centre begins early this month
The extension works will provide new meeting and conference room spaces
and upgraded changing, kitchen and storage facilities. In addition the car park
and external landscaping will be upgraded.
We expect to complete the upgrade by April 2013.
During the construction period there will be times where you will experience
noise, vibrations and dust and from time to time there will be heavy machinery
on School Road. The contractor will keep these to a minimum.
Working hours on the project are: Monday-Friday 7.30am-5.00pm
We apologise for any inconvenience the construction work may cause to
For any enquiries please call:
Duncan Roxborough or Lyn Petrie, ph 03 311 8900
215 High Street
Phone 311 8900
24 Sewell Street
Phone 375 5009
34 Main Street
Phone 311 9005
Lambs to the Slaughter.
By: Sally Spencer
Publisher: Severn House 2012
The colliery village of Bellingsworth is
already divided over an impending strike, so
the last thing it needs is a murder -- but
what it gets,
when a retired
miner is found
battered to death.
the killer to drive
a pickaxe into
Len's skull? Was
it political passion
or passion of quite
Stars and Planets.
By: Robert Dinwiddie
Publisher: DK Publishing 2012
Explore the wonders of the night sky
with this compact and easy-to-use guide.
Packed with information on hundreds
the stars and
planets up close
charts make them
easy to find in
the sky. An ideal
guide for amateur
Call of the Mild : Learning to hunt
my own dinner.
By: Lily Raff McCaulou
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing 2012
When Lily Raff McCaulou traded an indie film
production career in New York for a reporting job
in rural Oregon, she never imagined that she'd
find herself picking up a gun and learning to
hunt. Raised as a gun-fearing environmentalist
and an animal lover she'd always abided by the
principle that harming
animals is wrong. Her
when she realised that
many of the hunters
she interviewed were
about animals and
the environment than
Waimakariri Photo Hunt
"The Ordinary is Extraordinary"
Share your photos of 20th century people
and places and help build a photographic
archive on the Kete website - ketewaimakariri.
Categories: People -- families, cultural and
social events. Places -- buildings, towns and
Submitted photos will be scanned and
returned. Each photo must be accompanied
by a submission form. Submit photos at your
local library or at libraries.waimakariri.govt.
nz. Submissions close Wednesday
31 October 2012.
NOTICE OF TEMPORARY CLOSURE
OF PART OF
Various streets in
The Council has approved 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 this boundary:
Te Wairewa Street
Te Waihora Street
De Surville 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
This closure is made in accordance with
Section 11(e) of the 10th Schedule of
the Local Government Act 1974 and
will apply to all vehicular traffic with the
exception of the Fire Ser vice, Ambulance,
Police, Council vehicles and other vehicles
authorised by the Council.
WAIMAKARIRI DISTRICT COUNCIL
Proposed Stopping of Legal Road
-- Glentui Bush Road
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in pursuance of the provisions of
Section 342(a) of the Local Government Act 1974 and the Tenth Schedule
thereto the Waimakariri District Council proposes to stop the road described
in the Schedule to this notice.
Canterbury Land District
Area (ha) Description
0.4188 ha Adjoining or passing through Lot 1 DP 302195, Lots 1, 2, 3,
4 DP 71974, and RS 36944, and shown as Section 1 SO
The Road when stopped will be issued with a Computer Freehold Register
and sold to the owner of Lot 1 DP 302195 and amalgamated with that title.
A copy of SO 454256 and associated scheme plan is available for
inspection at the office of the Waimakariri District Council, 215 High Street,
Rangiora, during normal office hours.
Any person objecting or submitting to this proposal can do so with the
undersigned on or before 2 November 2012.
WAIMAKARIRI DISTRICT COUNCIL
Notice of Drain
The following spraying programme will be carried out
by Wai-ora Forest Landscapes Ltd and Hides Spraying
Ltd, licensed spraying contractors, on drains using hand
spraying methods. This programme will be undertaken
principally in the months of January and February
although some spraying may occur in the months from
November through to 30 April inclusive, the end of
the Council's spraying consent period. In some cases,
depending on weed growth, a drain may not be sprayed
or only parts of it may be sprayed.
COMMENCING NOVEMBER 2012 -- APRIL 2013
North Drain near Ashley Street, Railway Drain,
Middlebrook near South Belt, Todds Road, No 7 Drain,
West Drain, Northbrook, Southbrook, Green Street, Park
Drain, New Life Drain.
Sunday School Drain, Hill Street Drain, Fuller Street,
Cosgrove Road, Motorway Drain, Parnhams Drain,
Main Road, McIntosh, Eders Road, Taranaki Spring,
Grange View. Box Drain, Gladstone Road, Petries Road.
Park Terrace Drain, Allin Drain, Beach Road, Kings
Mill Road, Pearson, Ashley Gorge Drain, Stubbs Road,
Victoria Street, Main Drain, Colemans, Warren Road.
Flannigan Drain, Pearson, Dohrmans Road, Church
Street, Findlays, Queen Street, Rowes.
Harris Drain, Gressons, Harris T Section.
Mill Road, Ashworths Road, Bradleys Road, Whites Road,
Ohoka North Branch, Pt Johnsons Creek, Jacksons
Road, Englefield, Jeffs Drain Road, Edmunds Road, Tram
Road, Raddens Road, Threlkelds Road.
Greigs Drain near Taylors Road, Taylors Road, Heywards
Road, Mabers Road, Tram Road, Greigs Drain Road,
Island Road, McFaddens Drain, Wrights Road, Barnards,
Tram East, Neeves Road, Kaikanui Drain, Smiths Drain.
McKeagues Drain, Robinsons Drain, Boundary Drain,
Cyrils Drain, Glews Road.
Rangiora Rural No 2 (now known as Central Rural)
No's 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 & 7 Drains, Egans, Lehmans Road,
Johns Road, Pentecost Road, Townsend Road, Lineside
Road, Power Road, Topito Road, Green Lane, Tuahiwi
Road, Wilsons, Turiwhaia Road, Main North Road, Pa
Road, Revells Road.
The active sprays that may be used in this
• Glyphosate (Roundup) for vegetation
• Diquat (Reglone) for water borne vegetation
• Triclopyr (Grazon) for gorse and broom
The majority of drains to be sprayed will be dry and
where watercress is sprayed appropriate warning signs
will be erected.
No drain should be considered safe from chemicals until
30 April 2013.
Maps of the proposed spraying programme are available
at the Rangiora Service Centre, 215 High Street,
3 Waters Manager
Phone (03) 311 8900
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