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Current and back issues of Council Call, the Council's weekly newsletter of local information.

Council Call is the Selwyn District Council's weekly news and notices page. The print version appears every week in the Selwyn Times (Tuesday).

Contact for any questions. You can also use this email address to submit a short listing for a community notice or event which may be included, subject to there being space available.  Notices must be received by 9am on the Wednesday of the week prior to publication. Please note that where there is a public holiday in the week following this Wednesday the deadline for getting content to the editor will be earlier than normal.

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2020 November 25 [PDF - 789.8 KB]
Sporting champion to be honoured at Selwyn Sport Centre; The Proposed District Plan - considering starting a new home business?; Council and Lincoln University supporting businesses from the land; A life-changing opportunity for youth

2020 November 18 [PDF - 1.1 MB]
Annual exhibition keeps art alive in Selwyn; Think water sense this summer; Kirwee Reserve development gets under way; Learn to get your driver's licence online; Malvern meeting to help keep your property safe from fire; Selwn Community Directory - find out what's on in your community

2020 November 11 [PDF - 1.1 MB]
Challenge and inspiration at Arts Festival; Further infrastructure upgrades coming for Leeston and Doyleston; Kirwee Players supporting roles for rangatahi; Leeston Doyleston walk and cycle link opening; Protecting our district's heritage

2020 November 4 [PDF - 794.3 KB]
Proposed District Plan - Know your natural hazards; Faces of Selwyn - "Meant to be" in Lincoln; What's your vision for Greater Christchurch in 2050?; Cultural celebrations draw crowds; Tourism facilities get funding boost

2020 October 28 [PDF - 1.2 MB]
Faces of Selwyn returns with fresh stories; The Proposed District Plan - looking after our natural environment; Community Park construction begins in West Melton; Draft Bylaw for Keeping of Animals, Poultry and Bees consultation closing soon; A celebration with SWELL; Driving skills refresher returns; Which way? Have your say on our next budget; Rolleston Transport Improvements Project community update

2020 October 21 [PDF - 712.6 KB]
Festival opens week of events; Business in good heart at breakfast; Know your zone in the District Plan; How do I - book driver licensing online; Roadworks around new Rolleston intersection; Upgraded Southbridge Reserve opens

2020 October 14 [PDF - 755.8 KB]
Sped up programme sees changes at Aquatic Centre; Showcasing a passion for kapa haka and Kī-o-Rahi; Find out what the Proposed District Plan means for you; Farm waste management day returns

2020 October 7 [PDF - 672.1 KB]
Once in a decade makeover for district's rule book; Meet us in the country; Have your say on rules for keeping animals in towns; A dance of friendship and Indonesian culture; Leeston flood protection work begins; Rolleston Drive roadworks

2020 September 30 [PDF - 391.1 KB]
Sports excited as roof goes on courts: Bringing the taste of Southern Brazil to Selwyn; SWELL going to the people; Kickstart your ride this summer; Track day to lead young learners; Selwyn population tops 66,000; Project to recharge Selwyn River opens

2020 September 23 [PDF - 252.2 KB]
Te Ara Ātea - An anchor place for everyone; Scholarships offer a chance to do what you love; Community Directory launches; Youth Council helping take the bite out of hunger; Emergency response team offering opportunities; 100,000 tree milestone for Greenway Trust; Stay safe out riding this spring and summer

2020 September 16 [PDF - 915.8 KB]
Help design your space in the town centre reserve; New Rolleston Drive intersection work beginning; NZDF connects to Selwyn District wastewater network; Opportunity for students to follow their dreams; SADD Students leading road safety in Darfield

2020 September 9 [PDF - 298.9 KB]
Young people keeping Selwyn beautiful; Te Wiki o te Reo Maori - a moment to celebrate who we are; Rural water and water race users surveyed on long-term use; EV charging station construction begins; Foster Park in bloom; Put down your roots; Rates reminder

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