Beware! I got a phone call (kiwi voice), said they were the bank and someone had drawn out $1500.00 on my credit card. Would I please push 1. In doing so a man came on the line and repeated what the woman told me. He then asked me the balance on my credit card, as I was sitting at the computer doing banking and could see nothing pending I smelt a rat so I told him $2.00, he then swore at me and hung up. The number was 00006143847293. They are at it again, Kiwi style. BE CAREFUL!!!!! Bank accounts not computers, Kiwi voices not foreigners.
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The Waimakariri District Council has proposed constructing a parking building in Rangiora and new community centres in Ravenswood and Pegasus as the district’s population continues to grow.
The council’s previous long-term plan included $6.3 million to buy more land and facilities for car parking, but that was no longer expected to be enough to meet the expected demand. It is proposing to spend another $11.3m in 2028-30 to build a car park building with between 180 and 280 spaces.
The council has also proposed spending $4.7m for land in Pegasus to build a community centre within two to four years.
Another $4.3m was proposed for land at Ravenswood for a swimming pool. Construction of a community centre in Ravenswood would get under way in 2029-30.
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