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Stay away from the Taruheru River down from Lytton Road
17 Apr 2009
A crack in the main trunk sewer line under the Lytton Road Bridge has been found. The crack is discharging a small amount of sewage into the Taruheru River. Read more >>
Step closer to wastewater hearing
8 Apr 2009
Ten submissions have been received by council's regulatory department in response to council's application to vary its wastewater consents. Read more >>
Bus terminal on the move
7 Apr 2009
Council's main city bus terminus in Bright Street is moving 20 metres down the road towards McDonalds. After recent earthquakes, strengthening and safety modifications are now required to be carried out on the Rosies building at the corner of Bright Street and Gladstone Road. Read more >>
Freedom camping extended to Easter
7 Apr 2009
Staff have responded to concerns that there would be no freedom camping this Easter.  The approved freedom camping period coincides with daylight savings hours. Council agreed to those dates in response to submissions on the annual plan in 2007.  Traditionally freedom camping runs through until Easter, but with daylight saving finishing last weekend the freedom camping season officially closed. Read more >>
Consultation on Ten Year Plan begins
6 Apr 2009
Council wants to know what the district thinks about its Draft Ten Year Plan and is going into 22 communities to seek feedback. Attending all meetings will be Mayor Meng Foon or Deputy Mayor Nona Aston. They will be accompanied by senior staff all prepared to answer any questions community members may have about council's draft plan and how it will affect rating levels. Read more >>

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