COVID-19 has put the Kaiapoi Club’s 135-year anniversary plans on hold for now.
The good news is that this club – like much of Christchurch – is not new to challenge and adversity, and its team were ahead of the curve, when the government announced New Zealand’s lockdown this week.
It’s president, Maurice (Bones) Nutira said they had closed the Club by Monday, March 23, and they had put in place measures to support staff financially ...
Waimakariri District Council staff are prepared to conduct as much business as possible online for the coming month as the nation moves to alert level 4 as of tomorrow.
We encourage people to conduct business with us online or over the phone and will be posting regular updates on our website and social media channels regarding how we intend to maintain service levels within these new restrictions.
New Waimakariri local info page launched
The Council have published ...
TechMedics translates IT jargon into next-level solutions.
Its owner, Aaron Lovelace, is the heartbeat of this IT technical support centre. He moved from Christchurch to Kaiapoi following the 2011 earthquake and fell in love with the area. He now services home users and small to medium businesses in the Waimakariri region from TechMedic’s base at 60 Hilton Street, in Kaiapoi.
TechMedics is worth a visit on so many levels. Because a conversation with Aaron can ...
Stepping into another world is as easy as boarding Kaiapoi’s River Queen.
This majestic two-story paddle steamer – which was re-located from Blenheim to Kaiapoi in 2019 – has transformed the Kaiapoi River, and added to the growing dynamic of the satellite township, minutes from Christchurch.
The River Queen now enjoys a permanent mooring in front of the Port & Eagle Brewpub, on a purpose-built floating jetty. She is open for tours and functions.
The flat-bottomed vessel ...