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The Ashburton District Council has issued a precautionary boil water notice for the Methven-Springfield water supply, effective immediately.
The Council is enouraging residents to contact Animal Control straight away if they are the victim of a dog attack or see one happening, and the message also extends to sightings of wandering dogs.
Nine councillors will be elected to the Ashburton District Council at the local body elections in October instead of 12, following a decision by the Local Government Commission today.
View the ANZAC Day services commemorated around the Ashburton District on Thursday 25 April.
New standards for testing New Zealand's drinking water had the potential to increase costs for ratepayers in Mid-Canterbury, but a group of hardworking staff at the Ashburton District Council made it their mission to upgrade their facilities and keep those costs down.
Local skaters will be picking up new tricks and flips at the Ashburton skatepark on Saturday (13 April) when New Zealand's longest running learn-to-skate programme provider, Cheapskates Skate Skool are in town to help launch the park's new street art.
Due to system maintenance, online eService's will be unavailable from 8am until 3pm on Saturday 6 April, 2019.
View the changes to kerbside collections and Resource Recovery park hours over Easter and ANZAC Day.
Sometimes history is discovered in the most unlikely places. This happened in 2017, when an Ashburton local discovered what looked like clumps of glass, buried under a shed that was being demolished.
All level one and two water restrictions in place across the Ashburton District have been lifted, effective immediately.
Pull on your boots and gloves: help is needed to remove noxious wilding conifer trees at Lake Camp this month.
Ashburton residents will soon have a new and improved area to sort and dispose of their recycling at the Ashburton Resource Recovery Park, when the Council's upgraded public recycling drop-off site officially opens on Wednesday 24 April.
Ashburton District Mayor Donna Favel has announced that Ashburton will host the annual Sister Cities Conference next year.
A vigil to mourn the victims of Friday's terror attacks in Christchurch will be held in the Ashburton Domain Oval tomorrow evening at 7pm, Tuesday 19 March.
We are inviting feedback on the Proposed Ashburton Library and Civic Centre until 14 April 2019.