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6 hours ago

New Sefton public hall gains support

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

By David Hill, Local Democracy Reporter

A small North Canterbury community group’s efforts to build a new hall in the local domain has received the backing of its local community board.

The Sefton Public Hall Society plans to build a new community hall at the Sefton Domain, which is … View more
By David Hill, Local Democracy Reporter

A small North Canterbury community group’s efforts to build a new hall in the local domain has received the backing of its local community board.

The Sefton Public Hall Society plans to build a new community hall at the Sefton Domain, which is expected to cost about $3.3 million.

After obtaining a lease for 900m2 of land at the domain, the society engaged consultancy firm TMCo, which assessed the site, and found the wastewater system had ‘‘failed’’.

‘‘The water from the septic tank was ponding and not draining away,’’ society president Ian Lochhead said.

The council was contacted and portaloos have been placed on the site.

The Woodend-Sefton Community Board met last week and recommended the council’s community and recreation committee approve funding of up to $180,000 to replace the wastewater system.

The news is a relief to the society, as the project’s costs were already escalating, Lochhead said.

The society has already spent nearly $84,000 on preliminary work and initial designs.

Estimated costs have more than doubled over the last few years to $3.3 million due in part to rising material costs.

The proposed new building will include a main hall with a floor area of 304m2, a meeting room and commercial kitchen.

It will also have outdoor sports changing facilities and a toilet, which will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to replace the domain sports pavilion.

‘‘It is future proofing our community for 50 years, and maybe longer,’’ Lochhead said.

To date the society has raised about a third of the funds needed through cash and assets, including earthquake insurance, a $200,000 contribution from the council and funds raised from raffles and quiz nights.

The council has also agreed to fund the cost of a resource consent.
The society plans to sell the old Sefton Hall site on Upper Sefton Rd, along with the former Sefton Library site to boost the funds.

It is ready to make a big fundraising push, and will apply for community grants and look for sponsors.

The old Sefton Hall was built in 1966 to replace an earlier hall.

But it was damaged in 2010 and 2011 earthquakes, leaving it at about 37 percent of the building code.

An engineering assessment was completed in 2017, followed by a feasibility study in 2020.

Repairing the hall would require bringing it to 67% of code and cost close to $1 million.

It is still used almost every day by various different community groups, Lochhead said.

‘‘The council has allowed us to use it without doing major works because they know we have a plan for the new build.’’

The domain is used by the Ashley Rugby Club, Sefton Cricket Club, Sefton Tennis Club and various other activities.

■ LDR is local body journalism co-funded by RNZ and NZ On Air.

12 hours ago

Cosy up with a fresh cup of coffee and a magazine

mags4gifts

Winter is well and truly here, and we’re helping you keep your cup full and your mind entertained. Simply purchase or gift a subscription via mags4gifts.co.nz before 31 July and you’ll automatically be placed in the draw to win 1 of 3 Delonghi Espresso Coffee Makers worth $229* each!

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Winter is well and truly here, and we’re helping you keep your cup full and your mind entertained. Simply purchase or gift a subscription via mags4gifts.co.nz before 31 July and you’ll automatically be placed in the draw to win 1 of 3 Delonghi Espresso Coffee Makers worth $229* each!

With over 50 titles to choose from, there’s something for everyone. *T&Cs apply
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10 days ago

Latest scams to look out for 👀

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Neighbourly hopes to keep you safe by keeping you informed of the latest scams circulating. This week, we are sharing two common text message scams:

NZTA / Waka Kotahi scam:
- The scam is a text message saying it's from New Zealand Transport Agency Waka Kotahi, and it encourages the … View more
Neighbourly hopes to keep you safe by keeping you informed of the latest scams circulating. This week, we are sharing two common text message scams:

NZTA / Waka Kotahi scam:
- The scam is a text message saying it's from New Zealand Transport Agency Waka Kotahi, and it encourages the recipient to pay an overdue road toll by visiting a fake website, threatening to take the matter to court within 15 days if they don’t pay up.
- The aim is to trick people into giving away their personal details or pay them money.
- While it is not the first time toll payments have been utilised by scammers, the threat of court action could see more people fall victim.
- The sender will either be a unknown phone number or unknown email address.
Want to report one of these scams? Do so, on Netsafe

NZ Post scam:
- This scam arrives by test message and says it's from NZ Post.
- The premise is that delivery of your parcel was unsuccessful so in order to rearrange delivery. you must click on a link to give your correct address.
- The aim is to trick people into giving away their personal details or pay them money.
- NZ Post advises people not to click the link, but to report the message to the Department of Internal Affairs by forwarding it to 7726.
Think you may have fallen prey to a scam? Get in touch with Netsafe or contact your bank if it involved your bank details.

Remember, if you didn't expect the message and you are now asked to share personal details or money, then stop contact and seek advice elsewhere.

Feel free to share any below that you've encountered recently. This may help others across the country be aware.

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12 hours ago

Leave ‘Em Laughing, one more time

Circa Theatre

Some people are born to entertain and that is what Jane Keller has done.

Now in the embodiment of limitless age, Jane is set to bring her power vocals to the Circa stage from July 27th in her last solo show. Accompanied by her friend and collaborator Michael Nicholas Williams on piano, this is … View more
Some people are born to entertain and that is what Jane Keller has done.

Now in the embodiment of limitless age, Jane is set to bring her power vocals to the Circa stage from July 27th in her last solo show. Accompanied by her friend and collaborator Michael Nicholas Williams on piano, this is the winter warmer you have been waiting for.

Grab a friend, grab a drink and grab a seat. Let’s Leave ‘Em Laughing!
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1 day ago

Happy Rāmere neighbours! Here's a riddle to start your weekend off right.

Riddler from The Neighbourly Riddler

People make me, save me, change me, raise me. What am I?

Do you think you know the answer to our daily riddle? Don't spoil it for your neighbours! Simply 'Like' this post and we'll post the answer in the comments below at 2pm.

Want to stop seeing riddles in your newsfeed?… View more
People make me, save me, change me, raise me. What am I?

Do you think you know the answer to our daily riddle? Don't spoil it for your neighbours! Simply 'Like' this post and we'll post the answer in the comments below at 2pm.

Want to stop seeing riddles in your newsfeed?
Head here and hover on the Following button on the top right of the page (and it will show Unfollow) and then click it. If it is giving you the option to Follow, then you've successfully unfollowed the Riddles page.

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2 hours ago

Brand New Jacket

Elisabeth from Rangiora

Unisex. Lightweight, great for car or handbag. Pick up Rangiora.

Price: $15

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9 days ago

Let's get social

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

Tell us what groups you'd like to see in your area...(walking groups, coffee meet-ups, swing dancing, a family tree group - anything at all!)

Or if you are already in a great group, share it here for others to get involved.

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3 days ago

Hey Neighbours, can you outsmart this riddle?

Riddler from The Neighbourly Riddler

If two’s company and three’s a crowd, what are four and five?

Do you think you know the answer to our daily riddle? Don't spoil it for your neighbours! Simply 'Like' this post and we'll post the answer in the comments below at 2pm.

Want to stop seeing riddles in your … View more
If two’s company and three’s a crowd, what are four and five?

Do you think you know the answer to our daily riddle? Don't spoil it for your neighbours! Simply 'Like' this post and we'll post the answer in the comments below at 2pm.

Want to stop seeing riddles in your newsfeed?
Head here and hover on the Following button on the top right of the page (and it will show Unfollow) and then click it. If it is giving you the option to Follow, then you've successfully unfollowed the Riddles page.

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18 hours ago

The Best Self Tanning Drops to Make You look Perfectly Glowing

Rae from Room To Heal

BRONZAN BIO self-tanning drops are perfect for overnight tanning.

All you need to do is decide the preferred intensity of your glow, add the desired number of drops (1 to 12) to your moisturizer, or cream, mix it in your palm, smooth it all over your skin, and voilà now you are ready to glow!
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BRONZAN BIO self-tanning drops are perfect for overnight tanning.

All you need to do is decide the preferred intensity of your glow, add the desired number of drops (1 to 12) to your moisturizer, or cream, mix it in your palm, smooth it all over your skin, and voilà now you are ready to glow!

Add the BRONZAN BIO rejuvenating & self-tanning drops to your existing beauty regime to rejuvenate your skin and custom-tailor your desired summer glow, by using the tanning chart: Make sure you wash your hands.
2 drops = radiant glow
4 drops = sun-kissed tan
8 drops = golden glam
12 drops = deep bronze

The patented rejuvenating phyto complex with extracts from Pomegranate, Acai, Chlorela, Goji and Green Tea will revive, invigorate and energise your skin. With regular use your skin will always be perfectly bronzed.

More information: www.immersioncosmetics.co.nz...

Room to Heal in Rangiora
Reiki Practitioner
Therapeutic Massage Therapist
Bioptron Medical Hyperlight Light Therapist
Love and Light
Rae

Price: $49.50

2 days ago

For the aroha of this place.

GWRC

You might have seen earthworks at the riverbed of Te Awa Kairangi / Hutt River, and wondered what’s going on.

From strengthening banks to rebuilding rock structures, the work we are doing improves flood resilience.

By improving our defence against a flooding event, we protect our people … View more
You might have seen earthworks at the riverbed of Te Awa Kairangi / Hutt River, and wondered what’s going on.

From strengthening banks to rebuilding rock structures, the work we are doing improves flood resilience.

By improving our defence against a flooding event, we protect our people and homes and keep business running as usual.

To find out more, visit gw.govt.nz/floodprotection
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2 days ago

It's almost the weekend neighbours, here's a riddle to get you going!

Riddler from The Neighbourly Riddler

What goes through cities and fields, but never moves?

Do you think you know the answer to our daily riddle? Don't spoil it for your neighbours! Simply 'Like' this post and we'll post the answer in the comments below at 2pm.

Want to stop seeing riddles in your newsfeed?
View more
What goes through cities and fields, but never moves?

Do you think you know the answer to our daily riddle? Don't spoil it for your neighbours! Simply 'Like' this post and we'll post the answer in the comments below at 2pm.

Want to stop seeing riddles in your newsfeed?
Head here and hover on the Following button on the top right of the page (and it will show Unfollow) and then click it. If it is giving you the option to Follow, then you've successfully unfollowed the Riddles page.

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2 days ago

Glaucoma NZ free patient symposium

Glaucoma NZ

We look forward to welcoming you to the Glaucoma NZ Taupo Patient Symposium, 10am on Saturday 27th July at Suncourt Hotel and Conference Centre.

Dr Colin Parsloe, Dr Derrell Meyer, and the team from Rotorua Eye Clinic will join us alongside local optometrist Ross Gordon from Taupo Visioncare. … View more
We look forward to welcoming you to the Glaucoma NZ Taupo Patient Symposium, 10am on Saturday 27th July at Suncourt Hotel and Conference Centre.

Dr Colin Parsloe, Dr Derrell Meyer, and the team from Rotorua Eye Clinic will join us alongside local optometrist Ross Gordon from Taupo Visioncare. This is your chance to learn more about glaucoma, the latest treatments and surgeries, and what you need to know about glaucoma eye drops.

Morning tea will be served following question time. Please complete our online form to register your attendance and to receive a reminder notice leading up to the event.
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3 days ago

Poll: Have you had a pen pal?

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

With the invention of the internet and mobile phone communication, pen pals seem to be a thing of the past but it was a common practice at one point.

Did you have a pen pal? Where did you meet them? Share below!

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Have you had a pen pal?
  • 66% Yes
    66% Complete
  • 33.9% No
    33.9% Complete
  • 0.2% Other - I'll share below!
    0.2% Complete
658 votes
2 days ago

The mobile breast screen unit is coming to Levin

Mid Central DHB

Levin Mobile, next to War Memorial, Queen Street, Levin.

Click here to book an appointment or call us at 0800 270 200.
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1 day ago

FREE Tradie Breakie - Building Personal Resilience

The Team from Waimakariri District Council

Tradies! Kick off the morning with a FREE BBQ breakfast and join guest speaker Lance Burdett to learn ways to build your personal resilience.

📅 Thurs 25 July from 6:15am
📍 Southbrook Park Rugby Football Clubrooms

🍽️ Breakfast from 6:15am
🎤 Lance Burdett from 7 – 8:30am

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Tradies! Kick off the morning with a FREE BBQ breakfast and join guest speaker Lance Burdett to learn ways to build your personal resilience.

📅 Thurs 25 July from 6:15am
📍 Southbrook Park Rugby Football Clubrooms

🍽️ Breakfast from 6:15am
🎤 Lance Burdett from 7 – 8:30am

🛠️ Plus, win one of two Paslode FrameMaster framing nail guns worth $1000 each! As well as other prizes thanks to our local supporters: Mike Greer Homes, Rangiora ITM, Millbrook Kitchens, Plumbing World and PAK’nSAVE Rangiora.

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2 days ago

A Whole New Lifestyle

Acacia Cove

Care, Community, And Connection

Acacia Cove, a country-style village situated on the beautiful Wattle Downs Peninsula has 31 weekly activities.

For those who appreciate the tranquility of an estuary setting Acacia Cove has it all, as well as its own restaurant, heated indoor pool, library, … View more
Care, Community, And Connection

Acacia Cove, a country-style village situated on the beautiful Wattle Downs Peninsula has 31 weekly activities.

For those who appreciate the tranquility of an estuary setting Acacia Cove has it all, as well as its own restaurant, heated indoor pool, library, bowling green and gym.

Whether you choose to live in a villa or one of our luxurious apartments, you’ll have the security of a 24 hour, fully monitored emergency call system built in.
If you’re aged 60 or over, value your independence but want greater security, come and have a look at the superb properties we have to offer.

Contact long time manager Bruce to book a visit today!
(09) 268 8522.
admin@ocaciacove.co.nz
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1 day ago

Kids' planter box

The Team from Resene ColorShop Rangiora

It’s easy to create your very own colourful planter box, with the kids or for the kids to enjoy, from an old wooden drawer and Resene testpots.

Find out how to create your own with these easy step by step instructions.

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2 days ago

Cash for your wrecked and water damaged car!

AAA Auto Parts

Hi neighbours,

Do you have a vehicle that is taking up space and becoming an eyesore? At AAA Auto Parts we dismantle and wreck cars. We will pay top cash whether your car is dead or alive!

* $300 - $3000 for small cars
* $700 - $10,000 for 4x4 utes, vans, 4WD, trucks and buses
* Same day … View more
Hi neighbours,

Do you have a vehicle that is taking up space and becoming an eyesore? At AAA Auto Parts we dismantle and wreck cars. We will pay top cash whether your car is dead or alive!

* $300 - $3000 for small cars
* $700 - $10,000 for 4x4 utes, vans, 4WD, trucks and buses
* Same day removal
* Free quotes over the phone

We will beat any prices in the market by 10%.

Support your local business.
Give us a call on ** 0800 50 00 01 ** and we will be happy to have a chat.
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1 day ago

Proposed gun sports park raises alarm bells in rural Canterbury

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

By David Hill, Local Democracy Reporter

A small community fears a proposed gun sports park could ruin their rural outlook in North Canterbury.

Loburn resident Marie Jones said locals are concerned the proposed airsoft sports facility will devalue their properties and impact the rural setting.… View more
By David Hill, Local Democracy Reporter

A small community fears a proposed gun sports park could ruin their rural outlook in North Canterbury.

Loburn resident Marie Jones said locals are concerned the proposed airsoft sports facility will devalue their properties and impact the rural setting.

However, the director of the company behind the park says it's a family sport and could actually increase local house values.

Christchurch-based Arena Ltd has applied to the Waimakariri District Council for a resource consent to establish an airsoft sports and recreation activity park on Fishers Rd, near Loburn.

Similar to paintball, the sport uses airsoft pellets instead of bullets.

Jones said she found out about the proposal after a neighbour, who runs a business in Rangiora, overheard a conversation and then contacted the council.

The neighbours got together last week, fearing the consent could be approved without being notified.

The council had been trying to sell a 6.5-hectare block for sometime, before subdividing the property, with Arena Ltd buying 4ha.

Residents were concerned about the fire risk from the property, where the spraying noxious weeds has not been kept up, Jones said.

‘‘As neighbours we have phoned the council at least twice a year to do something.

‘‘It is always a danger waiting to happen.’’

The Loburn community was devastated by a major fire in the district in January.

Fishers Rd is narrow and not designed to take increased traffic and has a blind rise just before the property, she said.

A Waimakariri District Council spokesperson confirmed a resource consent application has been received to operate an airsoft sports facility at Loburn.

The application is on hold while the council seeks further information from the applicant.

Once the information has been received, the council will process the application as either a non-notified, limited notified or publicly notified consent.

Arena Ltd director Ken Yep said the company has been operating an airsoft sports facility near Christchurch since 2011.

‘‘We are trying to replicate it in more of a natural forest setting.’’

He said he was keen to preserve the natural forestry on the site, and was working to clear away the noxious weeds.

Arena Ltd was working with council planners and had brought in engineers to assess the likely noise levels and was planning to design fire breaks.

Yep said the park would mainly be open in the weekends, with some private groups onsite during the week.

‘‘I don’t think it will drop their property values at all and I think it will increase their values.

‘‘It is gun related, but it is a proper sport and everyone enjoys it and we get a lot of young people and families coming out.

‘‘We are not some weird group which causes all sorts of problems.’’

Yep said he would be happy to meet with residents to address their concerns.

■ LDR is local body journalism co-funded by RNZ and NZ On Air.

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2 days ago

For the aroha of this place.

GWRC

You might have seen earthworks at the riverbed of Te Awa Kairangi / Hutt River, and wondered what’s going on.

From strengthening banks to rebuilding rock structures, the work we are doing improves flood resilience.

By improving our defence against a flooding event, we protect our people … View more
You might have seen earthworks at the riverbed of Te Awa Kairangi / Hutt River, and wondered what’s going on.

From strengthening banks to rebuilding rock structures, the work we are doing improves flood resilience.

By improving our defence against a flooding event, we protect our people and homes and keep business running as usual.

To find out more, visit gw.govt.nz/floodprotection
Find out more

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1 day ago

New Dress

Elisabeth from Rangiora

Gorgeous pattern, size XL.

Price: $15

3 days ago

Glaucoma NZ free patient symposium

Glaucoma NZ

We look forward to welcoming you to the Glaucoma NZ Taupo Patient Symposium, 10am on Saturday 27th July at Suncourt Hotel and Conference Centre.

Dr Colin Parsloe, Dr Derrell Meyer, and the team from Rotorua Eye Clinic will join us alongside local optometrist Ross Gordon from Taupo Visioncare. … View more
We look forward to welcoming you to the Glaucoma NZ Taupo Patient Symposium, 10am on Saturday 27th July at Suncourt Hotel and Conference Centre.

Dr Colin Parsloe, Dr Derrell Meyer, and the team from Rotorua Eye Clinic will join us alongside local optometrist Ross Gordon from Taupo Visioncare. This is your chance to learn more about glaucoma, the latest treatments and surgeries, and what you need to know about glaucoma eye drops.

Morning tea will be served following question time. Please complete our online form to register your attendance and to receive a reminder notice leading up to the event.
Find out more

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1 day ago

Leggings x 4

Elisabeth from Rangiora

Brand new. 3 x 3XL and 1 at 5XL. Pick up Rangiora. $10 each or 2 for $15.

Price: $10

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4 days ago

Caring For You Like Family

The Team from Ryman Healthcare

91-year-old Dora is a rest home resident at Ryman.

Between family gatherings, bus trips and village activities, she certainly enjoys a full life. With the many friendships she’s made, the caregivers and village staff have become an extension of her family.

Hear about Dora’s experienceView more
91-year-old Dora is a rest home resident at Ryman.

Between family gatherings, bus trips and village activities, she certainly enjoys a full life. With the many friendships she’s made, the caregivers and village staff have become an extension of her family.

Hear about Dora’s experience living in a Ryman community.
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1 day ago

Brand New Shoes

Elisabeth from Rangiora

Size 10. Fabric top. Pickup Rangiora.

Price: $15

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5 days ago

2 weeks left to enter the Sunday Star-Times Winter Puzzle Comp!

Winter Puzzle

Don’t miss your chance to WIN 1 of 50 supermarket gift cards worth $100 each!
Simply grab a copy of your local Stuff newspaper, solve the puzzle, find the prize word, and enter it online.

The more puzzles you complete the higher your chance to WIN! The competition ends on 28 July. To find … View more
Don’t miss your chance to WIN 1 of 50 supermarket gift cards worth $100 each!
Simply grab a copy of your local Stuff newspaper, solve the puzzle, find the prize word, and enter it online.

The more puzzles you complete the higher your chance to WIN! The competition ends on 28 July. To find out more about participating newspapers, click here.

The Team at Stuff and Sunday Star-Times
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1 day ago

Community board joins fight against Canterbury landfill plan

Nicole Mathewson Reporter from The Press

By David Hill, Local Democracy Reporter

Community concerns over the environmental impact of a proposed landfill in North Canterbury have led to a local community board taking a stand.

The Rangiora-Ashley Community Board will make a submission against a landfill being proposed by Christchurch … View more
By David Hill, Local Democracy Reporter

Community concerns over the environmental impact of a proposed landfill in North Canterbury have led to a local community board taking a stand.

The Rangiora-Ashley Community Board will make a submission against a landfill being proposed by Christchurch firm Protranz Earthmoving Limited at its quarry at White Rock, near North Loburn.

Protranz has lodged resource consent applications with Environment Canterbury and the Waimakariri District Council to construct and operate a proposed landfill for the disposal of building and demolition waste, and contaminated soil material.

Board chairperson Jim Gerard said the community board members decided to stand alongside the local community, who were concerned about the risks to groundwater and the local Karetu River.

He said the board would seek financial assistance from the Waimakariri District Council to seek specialist advice to help prepare its submission.

‘‘We are representing the community so we need to ensure whatever information we do present, is presented as well as it is able to be.’’

At a recent meeting, a sub-committee of Gerard and board members Ivan Campbell and Kirstyn Barnett, who represent the board’s Ashley sub-division, was appointed to work on the submission.

Gerard said he had met with White Rock and North Loburn residents to discuss their concerns.

‘‘We talked about what we were doing and have kept them informed.’’

A residents’ group is preparing its own submission.

Oxford residents and the Oxford-Ohoka Community Board were recently successful in their opposition to a proposed landfill at View Hill, near Oxford.

Questions have been raised about whether another landfill is needed, given the Kate Valley Landfill, a regional landfill in North Canterbury, has plenty of capacity.

‘‘It is particularly well managed and internationally noted for its operation,’’ Gerard said.

‘‘We would hope any consent, if granted, will cover all of those things.’’

The Burwood Landfill in Christchurch had its consent to operate extended last month for another two years to June 2026, because it has yet to reach its capacity.

About 100 White Rock and Loburn residents attended a public meeting in February and have since formed an incorporated society to organisation the opposition to the landfill proposal.

Spokesperson Mike McCaleb said there ‘‘was a high degree of anger, disappointment and resentment’’ expressed by people throughout North Canterbury.

‘‘So many people were depressed, stressed and feeling hopeless about their ability to affect the proceedings.’’

Bouyed by the recent Oxford landfill decision, the residents now feel more confident.

‘‘We are a small community with a big heart. We have many passionate and committed professionals in our community.’’

McCaleb said residents were concerned about the potential environmental damage to the Karetu River, which feeds into the Okuku River and then the Ashley/Rakahuri River.

Increased truck movements was another concern, particularly trucks carrying asbestos and other contaminants to the landfill.

Protranz general manager Shaun Coakley said he respected the community board’s decision.

‘‘We knew the development of critical infrastructure such as a managed fill landfill would attract attention from the local community, hence our decision to voluntarily publicly notify.

‘‘Whether by providing additional information that clarifies their issues or collaborating to establish consent conditions that mitigate their concerns, we're committed to an open dialogue.’’

Consents have been lodged with both Environment Canterbury and the Waimakariri District Council, and are on hold, awaiting more information.

■ LDR is local body journalism co-funded by RNZ and NZ On Air.

6 days ago

Enjoy fragrant lilies thanks to NZ Gardener

NZ Gardener

This July, NZ Gardener has teamed up with NZ Bulbs to offer you a FREE pack of mixed oriental lily bulbs when you purchase a 1 or 2-year magazine subscription*. Your bulbs will be sent out in late August, the perfect time to plant in time to have fragrant Christmas flowers.

With a subscription … View more
This July, NZ Gardener has teamed up with NZ Bulbs to offer you a FREE pack of mixed oriental lily bulbs when you purchase a 1 or 2-year magazine subscription*. Your bulbs will be sent out in late August, the perfect time to plant in time to have fragrant Christmas flowers.

With a subscription to NZ Gardener, you’ll enjoy professional and inspirational garden advice, convenient monthly delivery to your home, exclusive subscriber-only discounts, big savings off the retail price, PLUS subscribe before 28 July to enjoy free lily bulbs! *T&Cs apply.
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