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Meeting 28 April
26 Apr 2017

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Insurance/EQC claims meeting 28 April

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Rebuild Director Appointed
20 Apr 2017

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Doughty by name, doughty by nature: Kaikōura infrastructure rebuild in good hands

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Boil Water Notice!!!
11 Apr 2017

Boil water notice

BOIL WATER NOTICES:  Fernleigh, Peketa, Oaro, Kincaid & Suburban 

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Upcoming Community Meetings
1 Apr 2017

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Kaikoura District Community Recovery Expo

When: Saturday 1 April 2017

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Mayoral Earthquake Relief
31 Mar 2017

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Kaikoura Mayoral Earthquake Relief Fund Applications for Emergency Help is Open

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Rates Relief Package
21 Mar 2017

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Rates relief for uninhabitable property is now avaliable

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Easter Sunday Trading
17 Mar 2017

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Council have approved Easter Sunday Trading

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Newsletter
2 Mar 2017

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Welcome to the Kaikoura District Council Newsletter

FRAMING YOUR FUTUREMeeting for newsletter

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Community Noticeboard
1 Mar 2017

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Here you will find additional information that may be useful to you following the 14 November 2016 Kaikoura Earthquake . 

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Have Your Say
11 Jan 2017

Have your say

Have your say on Kaikoura District’s future

Kaikoura District residents are encouraged to submit their suggestions and ideas to influence the town’s recovery plan before Monday 16 January 2017

Since the November 14 earthquake an assembled team has been working on four streams of recovery: social, natural, rural and economic. The recovery plan will unite these four streams and create a framework to shape Kaikoura’s growth over the next 10 – 15 years.

Mayor of Kaikoura District Council, Winston Gray, says it’s important that residents share their views. “Recovery isn’t a short term fix – this is about long term strategies and it’s really important that the economic plan we implement is reflective of what residents want to see.”

As part of the economic stream 11 separate sectors have been identified;

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