Thursday, November 23, 2017

Hurunui

Serious crash thought to be double fatality

Two people are believed to have died after a car and truck collided in Culverden.

North Canterbury lower speed limits could be permanent

Reduced speed limits in North Canterbury and on the Christchurch to Picton alternate route to make it safer in the wake of the Kaikoura earthquake could be made permanent.

SH1 will close south of Kaikoura for emergency work

State Highway 1, south of Kaikoura, will be closed to all traffic from March 26 to April 4 to enable emergency slip face stabilisation work to be carried out.
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Stolen custom buggy from tetraplegic ‘gut-wrenching’

"They could just drop it off somewhere without pulling anything off it or hurting it, and all is forgiven. I don't hold grudges, I just want my buggy back."

Total fire ban lifted in Hurunui

A total fire ban in the Hurunui District has been lifted.

Drought and earthquakes taking a toll

The morale of Hurunui residents is beginning to wane as they cope with extended recovery from compounding events, says Hurunui Mayor Winton Dalley.

Trains resume after Kaikoura quake

There are fears that motorists may get caught out a level crossings, as rail services resumes on Thursday.

SH7 crash cleared

SH7 has been reduced to one lane after a multiple vehicle crash on Wednesday.

SH1 closed due to weather conditions

State Highway 1 from Goose Bay to Peketa has been closed due to weather conditions.

Kaikoura guest nights plunge 80 per cent

Guest nights in Kaikoura fell by 80 per cent during December after the November earthquake closed half of the businesses offering accommodation.

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