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Customer confidence in Metlink buses and trains on the rise

Posted on 15 January 2020

The results of a recent Passenger Satisfaction Survey show customer confidence in the Wellington region’s public transport network is growing.

Customer confidence in Metlink buses and trains on the rise
Posted on 15 January 2020
The results of a recent Passenger Satisfaction Survey show customer confidence in the Wellington region’s public transport network is growing.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/customer-confidence-in-metlink-buses-and-trains-on-the-rise/

Greater Wellington welcomes water resilience support in light of potential climate threats to Wairarapa

Posted on 15 January 2020

A second round of financial support for the development of a sustainable water supply for Wairarapa, seven million dollars in loan funding for regional water storage, has been strongly endorsed by Greater Wellington Regional Council.

Greater Wellington welcomes water resilience support in light of potential climate threats to Wairarapa
Posted on 15 January 2020
A second round of financial support for the development of a sustainable water supply for Wairarapa, seven million dollars in loan funding for regional water storage, has been strongly endorsed by Greater Wellington Regional Council.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/greater-wellington-welcomes-water-resilience-support-in-light-of-potential-climate-threats-to-wairarapa/

Reef heron declining to a critical degree, survey shows

Posted on 9 January 2020

While some of our precious native coastal birds are thriving in the Wellington region, a survey of 460 kilometres of coastline highlights how some species, including the reef heron, are continuing to decline to a critical degree.

Reef heron declining to a critical degree, survey shows
Posted on 9 January 2020
While some of our precious native coastal birds are thriving in the Wellington region, a survey of 460 kilometres of coastline highlights how some species, including the reef heron, are continuing to decline to a critical degree.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/reef-heron-declining-to-a-critical-degree-survey-shows/

Banded dotterel make a comeback in the Wellington Region

Posted on 9 January 2020

While some of our precious native coastal birds are declining, a survey of 460 kilometres of coastline highlights how banded dotterel are thriving in the Wellington region.

Banded dotterel make a comeback in the Wellington Region
Posted on 9 January 2020
While some of our precious native coastal birds are declining, a survey of 460 kilometres of coastline highlights how banded dotterel are thriving in the Wellington region.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/banded-dotterel-make-a-comeback-in-the-wellington-region/