Customers on the STONEBURN Water Supply are advised to BOIL ALL DRINKING WATER until further notice.Customers on the ENFIELD ZONE of the Oamaru Water Supply are advised to CONSERVE WATER until further notice.
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We're teaming up with the SPCA for this special, limited time offer on desexing and microchipping of cats. Book now!
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Published on 19 May 2022
Public feedback on the future of the 2.5ha block of land above Oamaru Harbour has closed with over 900 submissions received.
Published on 13 May 2022
The Waitaki Draft District Plan affects everyone within our district. Learn more about why you should care and how the Draft District Plan affects you.
Canterbury farmers and growers are being urged to make use of a subsidised programme to return their unwanted or expired agrichemicals throughout June.
Published on 11 May 2022
A new shared path for pedestrians and cyclists to be constructed on the road reserve along Weston Road, co-funded by Waka Kotahi.
Council Approves the Draft District Plan to be released for community feedback
20 May 2022
A collaborative project with the University of Otago, GNS Science Te Pū Ao and the Dunedin School of Art. This exhibition is about earth science. Exploring the formation of rock and past life over geological time, under pressure and constant change. Engaging with the macro and the micro, with chaos and order.
This exhibition looks at the Waitaki Museum’s collection of Maritza Boutique garments. We have worked with seven local artists to incorporate contemporary pieces, creating links between our creative past and present. And some local rangatahi – youth have brought these garments to life in a short film that will be showing in the exhibition.
In February the Waitaki wished artist Mary Horn well for her new life in Dunedin. With this move she has said goodbye to her three-decade art practice and taken up her retirement from painting and drawing.