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Celebrating Robin Maud’s contribution to the Hutt River Trail

Posted on 18 July 2017 by Tracey Lewis

One of the key figures behind the development of the Hutt River Trail has been recognised by the planting of Totara trees in the newly established Robin Maud Memorial Grove in the Taita-Pomare reach of the Hutt River.

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Celebrating Robin Maud’s contribution to the Hutt River Trail
Posted on 18 July 2017 by Tracey Lewis
One of the key figures behind the development of the Hutt River Trail has been recognised by the planting of Totara trees in the newly established Robin Maud Memorial Grove in the Taita-Pomare reach of the Hutt River.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/celebrating-robin-maud-s-contribution-to-the-hutt-river-trail/

Tags: Floods, Hutt River Trail

Keeping regional property owners up-to-date with flooding risks

Posted on 12 July 2017 by Stephen Heath

People buying, building or developing property need to know beforehand whether it is prone to flooding, and that’s what they can discover if they use Greater Wellington Regional Council’s just released online Flood Hazard Mapping tool.

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Keeping regional property owners up-to-date with flooding risks
Posted on 12 July 2017 by Stephen Heath
People buying, building or developing property need to know beforehand whether it is prone to flooding, and that’s what they can discover if they use Greater Wellington Regional Council’s just released online Flood Hazard Mapping tool.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/keeping-regional-property-owners-up-to-date-with-flooding-risks/

Tags: Floods, property

Funding for replacement traction poles a big win for Wellington rail commuters

Posted on 25 May 2017 by Stephen Heath

Nearly $100 million has been allocated to Greater Wellington Regional Council and KiwiRail to replace 1274 wooden traction poles which, without replacement, would lead to significant service disruption on Wellington’s Metro Line Network.

Funding for replacement traction poles a big win for Wellington rail commuters
Posted on 25 May 2017 by Stephen Heath
Nearly $100 million has been allocated to Greater Wellington Regional Council and KiwiRail to replace 1274 wooden traction poles which, without replacement, would lead to significant service disruption on Wellington’s Metro Line Network.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/funding-for-replacement-traction-poles-a-big-win-for-wellington-rail-commuters-2/

Hearings on the proposed Natural Resources Plan to begin

Posted on 22 May 2017 by Stephen Heath

The final stage of debate on a new framework for protecting the region’s natural resources began today (Monday 22 May) in Masterton, with public hearings before commissioners on Greater Wellington Regional Council’s Proposed Natural Resources Plan.

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Hearings on the proposed Natural Resources Plan to begin
Posted on 22 May 2017 by Stephen Heath
The final stage of debate on a new framework for protecting the region’s natural resources began today (Monday 22 May) in Masterton, with public hearings before commissioners on Greater Wellington Regional Council’s Proposed Natural Resources Plan.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/hearings-on-the-proposed-natural-resources-plan-to-begin/

Tags: natural resources plan