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First of Wellington's newest trains arrive

Posted on 25 May 2015

The first pair of two-car units from Wellington’s new batch of Matangi trains arrived by boat from Korea yesterday morning (Sunday 24 May).

First of Wellington's newest trains arrive
Posted on 25 May 2015
The first pair of two-car units from Wellington’s new batch of Matangi trains arrived by boat from Korea yesterday morning (Sunday 24 May).
http://www.gw.govt.nz/first-of-wellington-s-newest-trains-arrive/

Yesterday’s rainfall: by the numbers

Posted on 15 May 2015

Yesterday’s rain in some places was the heaviest seen for more than 50 years, Greater Wellington Regional Council’s rainfall and river level monitoring equipment showed.

Yesterday’s rainfall: by the numbers
Posted on 15 May 2015
Yesterday’s rain in some places was the heaviest seen for more than 50 years, Greater Wellington Regional Council’s rainfall and river level monitoring equipment showed.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/yesterday-s-rainfall-by-the-numbers/

Karori School children concerned about what’s going into their stream

Posted on 12 May 2015

Students at Karori West Normal School are distressed about the pollutants which are being released into the stream which runs alongside their school after authorities investigated five pollution incidents in one day.

Karori School children concerned about what’s going into their stream
Posted on 12 May 2015
Students at Karori West Normal School are distressed about the pollutants which are being released into the stream which runs alongside their school after authorities investigated five pollution incidents in one day.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/karori-school-children-concerned-about-what-s-going-into-their-stream/

2014/15 beach and river water quality report

Posted on 5 May 2015

Over the long hot summer Otaki River, Breaker and Princess bays and Waingawa, Waiohine and Tauherenikau rivers were the top spots for swimming.

2014/15 beach and river water quality report
Posted on 5 May 2015
Over the long hot summer Otaki River, Breaker and Princess bays and Waingawa, Waiohine and Tauherenikau rivers were the top spots for swimming.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/2014-15-beach-and-river-water-quality-report/