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Central Hawke’s Bay formally reaccredited as an International Safe Community

Central Hawke’s Bay was formally reaccredited as an International Safe Community by the Safe Communities Foundation NZ (SCFNZ) at an official ceremony held on 17 April 2018.

19 April 2018

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Safer CHB Reaccreditation

Central Hawke’s Bay was formally reaccredited as an International Safe Community by the Safe Communities Foundation of NZ (SCFNZ) at an official ceremony held on 17th April 2018.

18 April 2018

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Discussion Commences on Council Representation for Central Hawke's Bay

The Central Hawke’s Bay District Council is encouraging the Central Hawke’s Bay community to come forward and have their say on the Representation Review.

16 April 2018

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LTP Process Moves to the Next Stage

Central Hawke’s Bay District Council Staff are now processing submissions received on its Long Term Plan Consultation Document, with more than 270 received for Councillors to consider

4 April 2018

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Making Swimming Pools Safer

Central Hawke’s Bay District Council’s Building Control team is encouraging swimming and spa pool owners to keep everyone, especially children, safe.

29 March 2018

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Council Seeks Community Facilities and Infrastructure Maintenance Services Contractor

The Central Hawke’s Bay District Council has launched a procurement process to find a maintenance services contractor for its Community Facilities and Infrastructure, for a period of up to eleven years.

29 March 2018

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Water Restrictions Lifted in Central Hawke's Bay

Central Hawke’s Bay District Council has lifted water restrictions for residents connected to town water supplies in Waipawa, Waipukurau, Otane, Takapau and Porongahau effective immediately.

19 March 2018

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CHBDC Adopt Long Term Plan Consultation Document for Public Feedback

Central Hawke’s Bay District Council has unanimously adopted its Long Term Plan 2018-28 Consultation Document and Supporting Information which proposes bold infrastructure investment with a particular focus on investment in water, wastewater and stormwater.

9 February 2018

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Ground Breaking Ceremony Kicks Off CHB Multi-Sport Turf Build

A sod-turning ceremony held at Russell Park today marked the start of construction of CHB’s new multi-sport turf at Russell Park

2 February 2018

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Smaller And More Strategic CHB District Council Leadership Team

Consultation with Central Hawke’s Bay District Council (CHBDC) employees is now complete, and a decision has been made on the new Council leadership structure.

20 November 2017

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CHB DISTRICT COUNCIL ADOPTS ANNUAL REPORT

Last week Central Hawke’s Bay District Council adopted the annual report for 2016/2017, which sets out the work it’s completed over the past year and provides a good insight into the wider ranging activities of Council.

26 October 2017

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Central Hawke’s Bay District Council restructure underway

Consultation with Central Hawke’s Bay District Council (CHBDC) employees is now underway following a proposal to restructure senior Council leadership roles.

26 October 2017

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Central Hawke's Bay Gets Behind Local Government Water Declaration

Central Hawke’s Bay Mayor Alex Walker has today added her signature to the Local Government Leaders’ Water Declaration, which reiterates the sector’s commitment to water quality and calls for greater action from central government.

26 October 2017

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Solution for Waipukurau Wastewater Treatment Plant a Must

Efforts to reduce the odour issue from the Waipukurau Wastewater Treatment plant have only been partly effective and more work needs to be done.

27 September 2017

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CHB District Council Decides on Reserve Status

At its meeting on the 7th September 2017, Council resolved to retain the reserve status on Loten Park in Bibby Street, Waipawa.

8 September 2017

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CHBDC Keen to Support Water Storage Solutions for CHB

Central Hawke’s Bay Mayor, Alex Walker describes it as “incredibly disappointing” that the Hawke’s Bay Regional Council has decided to remove their investment from the Ruataniwha Water Storage Scheme

7 September 2017

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Doug Avery Evening

Recently awarded a MNZM Queen’s Birthday honour in recognition of his services to agriculture and mental health, charismatic Marlborough farmer Doug Avery shared his powerful story at the CHB Municipal Theatre on 30 August.

6 September 2017

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Update on Odour Issues in Waipukurau

Since 9th June, CHB District Council has received a total of 310 responses to their request to complete the survey form regarding the odour issue. 230 responses were received in June and 80 in July indicating a significant reduction in the number of responses

2 August 2017

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