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Lincoln Reserve's new facilities open

Lincoln Reserve's new facilities open

  • November 17, 2022

Sea, sand, and Aotearoa New Zealand’s rarest bird were all on hand for the opening of Kaipara’s newest loos.

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Kaipara’s October roading report

Kaipara’s October roading report

  • November 15, 2022

With the continued improvements in weather, we are now full swing into unsealed and sealed pavement works. We have approximately 50kms of road to reseal in the 2022/23 season.

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Ruawai Adaptive Pathways Community Panel confirmed

Ruawai Adaptive Pathways Community Panel confirmed

  • November 09, 2022

The panel is an advisory group that will lead the conversation on how Ruawai will prepare for, and respond to, coastal hazards, flooding and sea level rise. 

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Council blocks vehicle access after 4WD damage

Council blocks vehicle access after 4WD damage

  • November 03, 2022

Kaipara District Council staff are working to install vehicle barriers at the end of Raymond Bull Road to prevent vehicles driving through wetland habitat to the protected coastline.

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Have your say on proposed speed changes for Poutō Peninsula and West Coast roads

Have your say on proposed speed changes for Poutō Peninsula and West Coast roads

  • October 28, 2022

Consultation is now open on a proposal for new speed limits in Kaipara’s Poutō Peninsula and West Coast catchment areas. You now have until Monday 5 December to give your feedback.

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Blessing opens Alamar Crescent toilets

Blessing opens Alamar Crescent toilets

  • October 12, 2022

New toilets at Alamar Crescent are ready for the public to use in time for Mangawhai’s busy summer season. 

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Kaipara District Council adopts Annual Report

Kaipara District Council adopts Annual Report

  • September 30, 2022

Kaipara District Council has adopted their Annual Report for 2021/2022. The report was unanimously adopted in the September meeting, the last meeting of the term for the current Council.

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Consultation confirmed for West Kaipara speed limits

Consultation confirmed for West Kaipara speed limits

  • September 30, 2022

You can soon give your feedback on proposed speed limits changes to Poutō Peninsula and West Coast roads. 

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Council collaborates with Te Uri o Hau on boardwalk design

Council collaborates with Te Uri o Hau on boardwalk design

  • September 16, 2022

The second phase of the Mangawhai shared path cranks up construction next month, and includes a collaboratively designed boardwalk running alongside the causeway.

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Kaihu Valley Trail September update

Kaihu Valley Trail September update

  • September 08, 2022

An update on the Kaihu Valley Trail including fencing progress, funding and latest finds along the trail.

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Better off with funding for community hubs

Better off with funding for community hubs

  • September 01, 2022

Two new community hubs move a step closer with Kaipara District Council opting to apply for the Three Waters Better Off Funding Package, provided by Central Government, to help fund them

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Council improves system resilience

Council improves system resilience

  • August 23, 2022

The first part of a multi-phase project to manage Council’s water and wastewater asset network more efficiently and improve its resilience is complete.

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