Young people from the regional youth-led group Youth Voice Canterbury are putting together an event to recognise the achievements of Canterbury young people and the contributions they make to the community.
11/07/2018 Hurunui Gets New Representation Model
The Hurunui District’s Representation Review has concluded today at an extraordinary meeting, where councillors adopted a new representation model as a result of an extensive consultation process.
10/07/2018 Quakes compound drought stresses in Hurunui
New research shows Hurunui’s earthquakes have exacerbated the stresses being faced by a community already struggling with the impact of three years of drought.
10/07/2018 New Funding For Waiau Pool
The Waiau Pool will soon be back up and running with funding from the Lotteries Hurunui-Kaikōura-Marlborough Earthquake Relief Fund approved for a new pool facility.
06/07/2018 Council Welcomes Seniors Funding
The Hurunui District Council is welcoming the announcement from the Government’s Office for Seniors, that its application for funding from the Community Connects grants has been approved.
03/07/2018 Community Service in the Hurunui Recognised
This year’s Hurunui District Community Service Awards have been presented to recognise exceptional community service undertaken for the betterment of the district and the lives of our residents.
The council has today agreed to defer a decision on the potential purchase of Hurunui Water Project (HWP) shares, Chair Councillor Dick Davison has confirmed.
The Hurunui District Council (HDC) has adopted its 2018-2028 Long Term Plan (LTP) at its June meeting today, after considering over 390 submissions and hearing from 42 submitters.
28/06/2018 Council Reappoints Chief Executive
Hurunui District councillors have agreed to reappoint council Chief Executive Officer Hamish Dobbie, Mayor Winton Dalley has announced.
The council’s new Rebuild Officer, Chris King, has hit the ground running in the district and the community is already seeing the benefits of his presence.
21/06/2018 Enviornment and Heritage Funding Allocated
The council’s Public Services Committee has now allocated the 2018 funding for both the MainPower Hurunui Natural Environment Fund and the Hurunui Heritage Fund.
The SH7 Waipara to Waikari Safety Improvements project is part of the government’s $600 million Safe Roads programme.
15/06/2018 Amberley Gets New Civil Defence Coordinator
The Amberley area’s Civil Defence resources are set to get a boost with the appointment of the area’s new Volunteer Civil Defence Coordinator, Murray Green.
Following a visit by renowned community development expert Peter Kenyon in April this year, Waiau and Cheviot residents have come together again to establish action plans in order to deliver on the top seven priorities for their communities.
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