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Regional council launches bold plan for environmental protection

Posted on 31 July 2019

After a decade of consultation with the community, decisions on an ambitious plan designed to protect and enhance the regional environment were released today by Greater Wellington Regional Council.

Regional council launches bold plan for environmental protection
Posted on 31 July 2019
After a decade of consultation with the community, decisions on an ambitious plan designed to protect and enhance the regional environment were released today by Greater Wellington Regional Council.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/regional-council-launches-bold-plan-for-environmental-protection/

Late winter on the nose for some

Posted on 31 July 2019

Sneezing, sniffling, scratching – it’s that time for some of us.

Late winter on the nose for some
Posted on 31 July 2019
Sneezing, sniffling, scratching – it’s that time for some of us.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/late-winter-on-the-nose-for-some/

Planting pays homage to ‘Aunty June’

Posted on 31 July 2019

June Te Raumange Jackson, known to many as ‘Aunty June’, passed away on July 26 and was remembered at a planting day on Sunday at East Harbour Regional Park’s Parangarahu Lakes.

Planting pays homage to ‘Aunty June’
Posted on 31 July 2019
June Te Raumange Jackson, known to many as ‘Aunty June’, passed away on July 26 and was remembered at a planting day on Sunday at East Harbour Regional Park’s Parangarahu Lakes.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/planting-pays-homage-to-aunty-june/

Collaborative action on biodiversity – the sum is greater than the parts

Posted on 26 July 2019

“This is such a powerful model of community led change, of Māori and non-Māori working hand in hand, it should be considered in all work being undertaken across government.”

Collaborative action on biodiversity – the sum is greater than the parts
Posted on 26 July 2019
“This is such a powerful model of community led change, of Māori and non-Māori working hand in hand, it should be considered in all work being undertaken across government.”
http://www.gw.govt.nz/collaborative-action-on-biodiversity-the-sum-is-greater-than-the-parts/