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People with disabilities an important voice in public transport design

Posted on 24 January 2020

People with disabilities, their whanau and wider support network, should be encouraged to share their experiences and suggestions on how to improve journeys and facilities across the region according to the Chair of Greater Wellington Regional Council's Transport Committee Roger Blakeley.

People with disabilities an important voice in public transport design
Posted on 24 January 2020
People with disabilities, their whanau and wider support network, should be encouraged to share their experiences and suggestions on how to improve journeys and facilities across the region according to the Chair of Greater Wellington Regional Council's Transport Committee Roger Blakeley.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/people-with-disabilities-an-important-voice-in-public-transport-design/

Toxic algae increasing throughout the region

Posted on 24 January 2020

Toxic algae has been found at a number of sites throughout the region and people should pick their swimming and dog walking spots carefully to avoid the risk to health from contact with the algae.

Toxic algae increasing throughout the region
Posted on 24 January 2020
Toxic algae has been found at a number of sites throughout the region and people should pick their swimming and dog walking spots carefully to avoid the risk to health from contact with the algae.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/toxic-algae-increasing-throughout-the-region/

Greater Wellington embraces the trend towards electric vehicles

Posted on 24 January 2020

Electric vehicles are critical to decarbonising road transport, so the Greater Wellington Regional Council has endorsed an advisory report on ‘Supporting Electric Vehicles in the Wellington Region’.

Greater Wellington embraces the trend towards electric vehicles
Posted on 24 January 2020
Electric vehicles are critical to decarbonising road transport, so the Greater Wellington Regional Council has endorsed an advisory report on ‘Supporting Electric Vehicles in the Wellington Region’.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/greater-wellington-embraces-the-trend-towards-electric-vehicles/

Taita College students revive natural wetland

Posted on 23 January 2020

Taita College students and teachers teamed up with Greater Wellington Regional Council’s River Ranger Travis Moody recently in a bid to rejuvenate the natural wetland at the back of the school’s field.

Taita College students revive natural wetland
Posted on 23 January 2020
Taita College students and teachers teamed up with Greater Wellington Regional Council’s River Ranger Travis Moody recently in a bid to rejuvenate the natural wetland at the back of the school’s field.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/taita-college-students-revive-natural-wetland/