Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Council

Plan to make Palmers Rd safer

A crash-prone road in New Brighton will be narrowed to make it safer.

Sell bangers to fund stadium – Dalziel’s former campaigner

Aaron Campbell says ratepayers shouldn’t fork out hundreds of millions of dollars for a stadium.

City council to test deep-bore drilling

A new method for disposing of Akaroa’s treated wastewater is being tested.

Group says current Moncks Bay pathway is “risky”

The group behind the Coastal Pathway wants funding to build the expensive final section through Moncks Bay to be included in the Long Term Plan. And they're citing safety as a prime reason.

Community board asked MOE to reconsider zoning

The board has written to the Minister of Education calling for him to reconsider the zoning and the consultation process with communities.

Moves to lower chlorine level

The amount of chlorine in the water is being lowered in an attempt to address taste and smell issues.

Council buys land off resource consent objectors

Neighbours to the St Albans Community Centre site who objected the resource consent for its rebuild have sold their property to the city council.

Red light camera returns to nab motorists

The city is about to get a camera to catch red light runners - the first since the 1990s.

Isaac Theatre Royal asks for $2 million loan write-off

The Isaac Theatre Royal says it would struggle to pay back a $2 million loan it took from the city council four years ago because of upcoming expenses.
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Watch: Denton Park battle likened to NZ land wars

The Save Denton Park group has likened their battle to stop the city council building a multi million dollar recreation centre to the 'Maori Land Wars'

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