Changes to dog control rules in Canterbury's Waimakariri district could see tighter restrictions on where dog owners can let their dogs off a leash.
A Waimakariri District Council panel heard submissions to its draft Dog Control Bylaw on Thursday, including from dog attack victim Larissa Corboy, who underwent surgery after being attacked by a pack of dogs in June.
Corboy urged the council to look at regulating specific breeds and dog types, saying dangerous breeds and part-breeds in the district should be identified. The five dogs involved in her attack were all bull breeds.
Morning is there a handy person out there that can look at 2 little quads and tell me what needs doing to get them running again, possibly just a really good service i think as they had little use and are hard to start :) thanks in advance :)
This Sunday 27th October, (Labour weekend) the RANGIORA SUNDAY MARKET will be on again at the BLAKE STREET CAR PARK from 9 am to 2 pm. FREE ENTRY. A great variety of stalls with lots of bargains for all from health products, garden sculptures, fishing rods, scented soaps, woodcraft, toys, clothing for adults and children, Garden tools, handy person tools, hats for the summer months,plants including swan plants, garlic, herbs, bedding plants, perennials etc, the LIONS sausage sizzle with onions on the right side. AND in our club rooms next to the market, THOMAS AND FRIENDS for the children to operate.
don't forget the great coffee and food at FOOLS OF DESIRE at the market end of Conway lane.