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Riverside Road traffic disruptions while pipeline replaced
23 Apr 2010
Riverside Road traffic will be disrupted next week as contractors replace stormwater pipes around the Stafford Street and Whitaker Street intersection. Traffic will be restricted to one lane at times. The replacements are likely to take 2 weeks depending on the weather.   Read more >>
Massive concrete pour at wastewater site
23 Apr 2010
More than 60 truck loads of concrete were carted to Banks Street yesterday in what was the biggest concrete pour on the wastewater treatment plant site to date. Read more >>
Eliminating graffiti as part of Paint NZ Beautiful Week
22 Apr 2010
Get rid of unwanted paint and paint cans this week as part of Paint New Zealand Beautiful Week. The paint recycling truck is in town at the Resene Colourshop on Gladstone Road. The paint collected is recycled and then returned to the community in the form of grey paint. This paint is provided free to groups to paint out graffiti and tagging. The opportunity for the public to recycle their old paint and containers is sponsored by council as part of their commitment to waste minimisation. Read more >>
New campaign to assist cyclists on roundabouts
21 Apr 2010
A campaign to help make our roads safer for cyclists gets underway next week.  A critical concern for many cyclists is negotiating roundabouts safely. There have been a number of accidents locally where cyclists have been hit at roundabouts including one fatality. Council believes that by reminding motorists they share the road with cyclists and by educating cyclists on how to use roundabouts correctly, accidents will be avoided. Read more >>
New recreational space up for grabs
16 Apr 2010
If you’re after a flat surface to shoot some hoops, race remote control cars or practice your roller skating moves, we would like to hear from you. Read more >>

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