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The Government’s decision to lower the blood alcohol limit is a big step towards making our district’s roads safer, says Council Road Safety Project Officer Aileen Campbell.
Come along to Ashburton’s Sinclair Community Centre from 11.00-11.45am, Thursday 7 August to mix and mingle All Blacks Kieran Reid, Owen Franks, Dominic Bird!
Get ready Mid Canterbury - the All Blacks are coming to town next week!
Today is the last day for dog registrations before penalties apply. However, Ashburton District Council is implementing a grace period whereby payments received before 5pm, Monday 4 August will not incur penalties.
Residents who have not yet re-registered their dogs are being urged to do so through the Council's website.
From today, residents on the Winchmore water supply will have their say on the future of the scheme through a binding referendum.
Ratepayers can skip the queue to pay their rates this year as Council is introducing yet another payment option through its website.
Ashburton Youth Council is calling for people aged between 14-24 years to have their say in a survey on youth priorities in the Ashburton District.
The Rakaia Salmon made its debut on a New Zealand Post stamp this month with the launch of their latest Kiwi themed release, ‘Legendary Landmarks’.
Ashburton District Council wishes the Mid Canterbury Hammers all the best for their game against the Counties Manukau Steelers this Wednesday 9 July at 6pm.
As part of its revised Rates Remission Policy, Council is cracking down on late rates payments. Ratepayers will only be allowed to apply for one penalty waiver every five years.
Ashburton District Council’s annual residents survey will begin next Friday. The telephone survey is an opportunity for residents to give their views and opinions on Council services and other issues.
Dog owners can now register their dogs. Council is encouraging residents to re-register their dog online.
As part of a new Canterbury-wide road safety campaign, ‘Winter Driving’, Ashburton District Council is urging residents to take extra caution when it comes to driving in winter conditions.
Last day to have your say on the draft Local Approved Products (Legal Highs) Policy. Learn more