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Lights go up on reflective design competition

Posted on 31 March 2017

As the lights go down on daylight savings, the headlights go up on Project Glow Wear – the reflective design competition all about illuminating people on foot and bike. Back after a glowing inaugural competition in 2016 – the competition challenges designers and creatives to enter every day to avant-garde clothing and accessories – with a twist – all entries must include retro-reflective elements that highlight the wearer as they go about their evening and early morning journeys.

Lights go up on reflective design competition
Posted on 31 March 2017
As the lights go down on daylight savings, the headlights go up on Project Glow Wear – the reflective design competition all about illuminating people on foot and bike. Back after a glowing inaugural competition in 2016 – the competition challenges designers and creatives to enter every day to avant-garde clothing and accessories – with a twist – all entries must include retro-reflective elements that highlight the wearer as they go about their evening and early morning journeys.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/lights-go-up-on-reflective-design-competition/

OECD environment report reinforces opportunities

Posted on 22 March 2017

An OECD report on New Zealand’s environmental performance reinforces the need for regional councils to work with communities on managing freshwater says Chris Laidlaw, Greater Wellington Regional Council chair.

OECD environment report reinforces opportunities
Posted on 22 March 2017
An OECD report on New Zealand’s environmental performance reinforces the need for regional councils to work with communities on managing freshwater says Chris Laidlaw, Greater Wellington Regional Council chair.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/oecd-environment-report-reinforces-opportunities/

Post-earthquake Wellington needs public input

Posted on 16 March 2017 by Stephen Heath

There is no such thing as business as usual in Wellington following the November earthquake, says Greater Wellington Regional Council Chair Chris Laidlaw.

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Post-earthquake Wellington needs public input
Posted on 16 March 2017 by Stephen Heath
There is no such thing as business as usual in Wellington following the November earthquake, says Greater Wellington Regional Council Chair Chris Laidlaw.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/post-earthquake-wellington-needs-public-input/

Tags: Annual plan; public

Wellington region is far better with Wairarapa in it, plain and simple

Posted on 16 March 2017

Greater Wellington Regional Council welcomes the decision by the Local Government Commission to propose a new sub-regional committee for the Wairarapa.

Wellington region is far better with Wairarapa in it, plain and simple
Posted on 16 March 2017
Greater Wellington Regional Council welcomes the decision by the Local Government Commission to propose a new sub-regional committee for the Wairarapa.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/wellington-region-is-far-better-with-wairarapa-in-it-plain-and-simple/