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Published on 23 September 2022
On Tuesday, this week the Waitaki District Council co-hosted the formal Citizenship Ceremony with Te Rūnanga o Moeraki at the Moeraki Marae on Tenby Street. This was the first time that Council and the Rūnanga hosted the ceremony together and the first in person Citizenship Ceremony in Waitaki since the impacts of COVID.
The Waitaki Events Advisory Board is pleased to announce the opening of the second round of its Regional Events Fund on 3 October. The Waitaki Regional Events Fund was established as part of the Government’s $50 million Regional Events Fund, to stimulate domestic tourism and travel between regions through holding events.
Special voting is still open – What Makes You Tick Waitaki? If you are enrolled and have received your papers in the mail, ensure you post these by Tuesday 4 October 2022 to ensure they get to election HQ in time to be counted. If you miss this date, you can also drop your votes in one of the orange Vote 2022 bins.
Published on 22 September 2022
This week Councillors have agreed on service level improvements to be made to the Palmerston Zone of the Waihemo Water Supply by including design for firefighting capacity in scheduled network updates as part of Council’s 3 Waters Investment Programme 2022-24.
Waitaki has a new, ambitious strategy for the development of the economy. Council has agreed to adopt the Uplifting Waitaki: Hāpaitia te Waitaki Economic Development Strategy.
26 September 2022
Every year school students from around the Waitaki share their artistic talents with us. The Forrester Gallery asks all the schools and early childhood education centres in the Waitaki District to contribute student art work to the Burns Memorial Exhibition.
28 September 2022
An invitation for those who are caring for a loved one
29 September 2022
Join the seed swap at the Ōamaru Library! Bring your seeds and leave with new ones. Be inspired for spring!