Welcome to Rangitikei Line May 2017

Message from the Mayor

Council’s main focus for May has been analysing and considering the 325 submissions received on the draft annual plan an...

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May Highlights from Athol Sanson

The month has been a difficult one for the team, with the extremely wet conditions we have had to defer a lot of our aut...

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Public asked to look out for myrtle rust

Myrtle rust, a serious fungal disease, is a threat to a number of New Zealand’s native plants. It was first detected in...

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RANGITIKEI YOUTH AWARDS 2017

Rangitikei District Council is inviting nominations to celebrate the achievements of our amazing young people within our...

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Samoan Independence Day

Valaau atu ma le Faaaloalo tele I le tatou nuu I Marton, omai Tatou faamanatu le Tutoatasi o le tatou atunuu pele. MONDA...

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Use it or Lose it

If we don’t use our bus service there may be no bus service to use! The bus services that run across towns in Rangitikei...

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Mangaweka Bridge options shortlisted

Investigation into options for the replacement of the Mangaweka Bridge continues with the initial business case being cr...

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Invitation to attend briefing on property valuation process

Quotable Value (QV) will attend the next Finance/Performance Committee meeting on Thursday, 29 June, at 10.30 am, to out...

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Water Only Initiative

During 2016 the water-only working group (Whanganui District Health Board and Healthy Families Whanganui Rangitīkei Ruap...

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Event Sponsorship Scheme and the Community Initiatives Fund

Applications are now open for the Event Sponsorship Scheme and the Community Initiatives Fund. On Monday 29 May applicat...

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Forward Works – May and June

The major works planned during May/June are: Turakina Valley Road, Majuba Bluff and Drysdale: earthworks on these projec...

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