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The Ashburton District Council has today begun seeking tenders for the appointment of an architect and lead designer for the Council library and administration building project.
A classic kiwi afternoon tea, complete with hay bales and retro teapots, has helped launch the Welcoming Communities Ashburton District Welcoming Plan - Whakatau mai ki te rōhe o Hakatere.
Ashburton District Council has today announced the appointment of Des Millar Construction to build the temporary Civil Defence headquarters.
Residents and businesses that have more rubbish and recycling than the current kerbside collection wheelie bins can handle can now pay for additional bins.
Ashburton District Council has today announced the appointment of three new board members to Experience Mid Canterbury – Sarah Jones, Gareth Reed and Bevan Rickerby.
Looking for fun activities for the kids these holidays? There’s a new challenge in town that aims to get young people out and about and having fun. Rug-up because it’s called the ‘Mid-Winter Burty Challenge’.
More than 70 community groups and organisations around the district are set to benefit from $1.1 million of funding from Council’s annual Community Grants and Funding scheme.
Dog registration month is about to begin, and Ashburton District Council is reminding owners to make sure they register or re-register their dogs by 31 July.
The ongoing success of the Managed Aquifer Recharge (MAR) trial has seen Council approve the continued use of up to 500 litres/second of unused, consented stockwater from the Rangitata River.
The Ashburton District Council’s plans for what will happen in the district over the next 10 years is now official.
Inclusivity was a key message delivered by visiting guest Aleem Ali to a room of community leaders supporting the Welcoming Communities initiative.
Ashburton District Council has today announced the appointment of Logic Group as the project manager for the Council library and administration building project.
A plan to make the district an even more welcoming place through building connections between newcomers and locals will be rolling out in the community.
Heavy snow is predicted for Canterbury, with snowfall possible from this evening (5 June) through until Wednesday morning.
An important roading programme and increased road maintenance budget may still be on the New Zealand Transport Agency’s (NZTA’s) agenda for the Ashburton district.