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Thursday 28 March 2019 Finance, Audit and Risk Committee Meeting Council Meeting Thursday 18 April 2019 Finance, Audit a...
Thursday 28 March 2019
Thursday 18 April 2019
Regular Storytime and After School programmes are up and running again. We have a weekly Lego Club, Young Readers and Yo...
Regular Storytime and After School programmes are up and running again. We have a weekly Lego Club, Young Readers and Young Adult Reader Book Groups and Code Club. Please contact our Youth Librarian, Krystel Woodcock if your children are interested in joining any of these activities.
What’s on in March and April:
The new Digital Learning Centre is now fully functional and is available for hire. You can hire it for $20 per half day. Please call (03) 7556208 or email Natasha.Morris@westlib.co.nz for information.
For further details about our events, please see our website, Westland District Library Facebook page, or call the library on (03) 7556208.
Local authority elections are held every three years in October. This year the election is on 12 October. Voters in West...
Local authority elections are held every three years in October. This year the election is on 12 October.
Voters in Westland receive voting papers to vote for the Mayor, and members of the Westland District Council, a Westland representative on the West Coast Regional Council (Westland Constituency), members of the West Coast Development Trust, and the West Coast District Health Board.
The address that you have provided for the parliamentary electoral roll is where you receive a voting pack and the local authority you can vote for, so make sure that your address is up-to-date. If you pay rates in the Westland District but do not live in Westland you are eligible to place a ratepayer’s vote. There are a number of ways to enrol to vote, check them out at elections.org
A full list of the key dates for the 2019 local authority elections and how to stand as a candidate can be found here.
The Wildfoods Festival showcases the world-famous West Coast hospitality, supports the local community and tempts the ta...
The Wildfoods Festival showcases the world-famous West Coast hospitality, supports the local community and tempts the taste buds of adventurous festival goers.
With 50 Food stalls, beer and wine tents, huge kiddie corner with bouncy castles, face painting and a candy shop, we have something to tempt every palate.
The VIP area has been revamped and patrons will enjoy a 3-course meal, wild foods tasters, Monteith’s, the chance to win spot prizes such as AirNZ travel tickets.
The festival will run all day from 10am until late ending with a fireworks display over Sunset Point at 10pm.
Buy your tickets here.
Applications are invited for project funding under the Creative Communities New Zealand Local Arts Funding Scheme. Appli...
Applications are invited for project funding under the Creative Communities New Zealand Local Arts Funding Scheme.
Application Forms and Application Guides are available in electronic form from email@example.com or from Creative New Zealand’s website.
Applications close Friday 29 March 2019.
Enquiries to Sarah Brown, Community Development Advisor, 03 756 9047
By 1 July 2019 all private rental homes are required to comply with the insulation requirements in the Residential Tenan...
By 1 July 2019 all private rental homes are required to comply with the insulation requirements in the Residential Tenancies (Smoke Alarms and Insulation) Regulations 2016.
Landlords must have insulation installed that meets or exceeds the minimum requirements. You can do this yourself or use a registered insulation installer.
For information and advice about checking your current insulation and the requirements, see this booklet.
Landlords who do not ensure that the insulation in their home complies with the requirements face fines of up to $4000 under the Residential Tenancies Act 1986.
Drinking Water Plumbsolvency Notice Some plumbing fittings have the potential to allow minute traces of metals to...
Drinking Water Plumbsolvency Notice
Some plumbing fittings have the potential to allow minute traces of metals to accumulate in water standing in the fittings for several hours.
Although the health risk is small, the Ministry of Health recommends that you flush a mugful of water from your drinking-water tap each morning before use to remove any metals that may have dissolved from the plumbing fittings.
We recommend this simple precaution for all households, including those on public and private water supplies.
If you have any concerns, please contact Martin Ross, Council’s Water Services Engineer firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0800 474 834.
Items that should go into your recycling:
Glass is accepted for recycling at the Hokitika and Franz Josef Transfer Stations free of charge.
9/10 recycling bins in the District contain only accepted recyclable items.
Please do not put rubbish items, such as dirty nappies, and garden waste into your recycling bin.