District Diary

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​August 2020

This issue features...​​Residents urged to shop local with new Open for Business campaign​​

  • Mid Canterbury to benefit from $20 million shovel ready project funding
  • Councillor Comment - Stuart Wilson
  • $40 million RBP Network funding extension welcomed in Mid Canterbury
  • What are your priorities for 'Our Place'
  • Nominations now open for Community Honours Awards
  • Ashburton District well placed but not immune to economic impacts - CEO Breakfast
  • Submit your creative design to feature in street art
  • Detection programme saving water in Methven and Hinds
  • Have you received the Bin It Right package?
  • Let ashes cool before they go in the bin
  • Mountain Film Festival raises thousands for upcoming local event
  • AYC meeting recap
  • Council amends rates policy to assist residents in financial hardship
  • Results out on Annual Residents' Survey
  • Public Notice
  • Community Noticeboard
  • What’s on​

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