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5 Apr 2020 6:41
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    Work to upgrade Rangiora's police station to earthquake standards is expected to take several more months

    Work to upgrade Rangiora's police station to earthquake standards is expected to take several more months



    Officers in the Canterbury town have been working out of a temporary premises since September, so seismic remedial work could be carried out.

    The work was expected to take only a few weeks.

    Today a public counter has been opened at the temporary King Street building.

    Canterbury Rural Area Prevention Manager Detective Senior Sergeant Greg Cottam is thanking the public for their patience - and says Police look forward to relocating back to High Street once the earthquake strengthening is complete.

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