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    Cameras are being installed at one of Christchurch's most notorious sites for fly tipping streets

    Cameras are being installed at one of Christchurch's most notorious sites for fly tipping streets


    The City Council has decided to stop collecting illegal rubbish being dumped on Hornby's Roberts Road, due to the excessive amount of rubbish left recently.

    Close to a tonne has been removed in the last week alone.

    Last year more than two-thousand dollars was spent across 58 pick up jobs - which included a rubbish-filled boat left on the side of the road.

    City Streets Maintenance Manager Steve Guy says they are looking to set up surveillance equipment as soon as possible, to help curb the behaviour.

    © 2024 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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    Motorsports:
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    Law and Order:
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    Auckland:
    Two motorcyclists have died after separate crashes yesterday afternoon 6:37

    Motoring:
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    Politics:
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