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Hirini Street closure extended
18 Feb 2010
Due to unforeseen technical difficulties, Hirini Street will remain closed to traffic until Friday 26 February.    Read more >>
Mata Road reopens
15 Feb 2010
Mata Road will be open to all traffic from tomorrow morning (Tuesday 16 February).  The closure was to allow for urgent reinstatement works to be carried out.  Read more >>
Old Motu Coach Trail one of 13 new cycle routes planned
12 Feb 2010
A joint proposal to have the old Motu Coach Trail developed as a part of the New Zealand Cycle Trail project has been approved for feasibility studies. It was one of 13 “stand-out winners” from the 54 applications that applied for funding in December. A grant towards the feasibility study will be paid for by the New Zealand Cycle Trail fund and involves costing out concept plans to ensure they can be built and will deliver what they promise. Read more >>
Foundation works progressing well
12 Feb 2010
Ground works for the city’s new wastewater treatment plant in Banks Street shifted up a gear this week with a third crane joining the other 2 on site.  2 cranes are now being used for ground improvement work that includes the creation of more than 1300 stone columns to ensure the new buildings are set on a firm foundation. The third crane, a massive 120 tonne, 80 metre machine that dominates the skyline, is involved in sheet piling for the 3 pump stations being built on site. Read more >>
Rate increase less than predicted
9 Feb 2010
Council is finalising its draft Annual Plan for 2011 and will be asking for feedback on it throughout the month of March. The financial estimates and a summary of the plan went to council today (Tuesday). The full draft plan goes to council later this month to be approved for consultation. Read more >>

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