Waimakariri news

Thu 30 Jun 2016
| Waimakariri news

Waimakariri MP Matt Doocey enjoyed a special visit in his Parliamentary office this week when about 40 students from Casebrook Intermediate arrived in Bowen House to spend the afternoon with their MP.

Wed 29 Jun 2016
| Waimakariri news

The growth of Waimakariri electorate was the focus of the first round of Waimakariri  MP Matt Doocey’s Keeping Connected Evening Meetings.

Wed 29 Jun 2016
| Waimakariri news

Waimakariri MP Matt Doocey is thrilled Pegasus Bay School and Karanga Mai Young Parents’ College have been granted two years’ funding to trial innovative teaching practices.

Mon 27 Jun 2016
| Waimakariri news

Waimakariri’s Hannah Price has won the Supreme Youth Award for Waimakariri, which was sponsored by Waimakariri MP Matt Doocey, at Friday’s Canterbury Youth Awards at the UCSA Events Centre in Christchurch.

Fri 24 Jun 2016
| Waimakariri news

Commuters and other road users will welcome a road-safety project that aims to make travelling SH1 from Ashley to Belfast safer, Waimakariri MP Matt Doocey says.

Thu 23 Jun 2016
| Waimakariri news

Artists from Waimakariri are featuring in an exhibition of creative works, entitled “New Brighton Regeneration”, being shown in the Bowen House Gallery in Parliament.

Wed 22 Jun 2016
| Waimakariri news

Waimakariri MP Matt Doocey on Tuesday brought Parliament’s Social Services Select Committee to Canterbury to hear from service providers about mental-health provision following the earthquakes.

Tue 14 Jun 2016
| Waimakariri news

I’m proud local Karanga Mai Young Parents’ College and Early Learning Centre have won the Prime Minister’s 2016 Focus Prize for collaboration along the whole education pathway says Waimakariri MP Matt Doocey.

Mon 13 Jun 2016
| Waimakariri news

Waimakariri’s Hannah Price has been named a finalist in the Canterbury Youth Awards, Waimakariri MP Matt Doocey says.

Wed 8 Jun 2016
| Waimakariri news

The Speaker of the House is familiar with putting errant parliamentarians in their place during Question Time but last week he was on the receiving end of challenging and well-researched questions fired off by Waimakariri students.