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Greater Wellington opts to negotiate to buy land to manage Te Awa Kairangi/Hutt River flood risk

Posted on 27 February 2019

Greater Wellington Regional Council has resolved to negotiate with Manor Park Golf Club to buy land for flood protection purposes and lease it back to the club for the foreseeable future.

Greater Wellington opts to negotiate to buy land to manage Te Awa Kairangi/Hutt River flood risk
Posted on 27 February 2019
Greater Wellington Regional Council has resolved to negotiate with Manor Park Golf Club to buy land for flood protection purposes and lease it back to the club for the foreseeable future.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/greater-wellington-opts-to-negotiate-to-buy-land-to-manage-te-awa-kairangi-hutt-river-flood-risk/

Everyday heroes wanted for quake readiness program

Posted on 27 February 2019

The ground shakes – it's a big one. After you drop, cover and hold, you dust yourself off, attend to any immediate emergency, and venture out. What happened? To whom? And where do you go if you need or can offer help?

Everyday heroes wanted for quake readiness program
Posted on 27 February 2019
The ground shakes – it's a big one. After you drop, cover and hold, you dust yourself off, attend to any immediate emergency, and venture out. What happened? To whom? And where do you go if you need or can offer help?
http://www.gw.govt.nz/everyday-heroes-wanted-for-quake-readiness-program/

Rain washes toxic algae from regions’ rivers

Posted on 25 February 2019

The rain and dark clouds over the weekend had the silver lining of flushing toxic algae from the region’s rivers.

Rain washes toxic algae from regions’ rivers
Posted on 25 February 2019
The rain and dark clouds over the weekend had the silver lining of flushing toxic algae from the region’s rivers.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/rain-washes-toxic-algae-from-regions-rivers/

Council congratulates winners and organisers of Te Matatini as wildly successful event comes to a close

Posted on 25 February 2019

Te Matatini, the national Kapa Haka festival, proved itself as a drawcard for the region and as one of the most significant cultural events in New Zealand as more than 60,000 people headed to Wellington for the four-day event.

Council congratulates winners and organisers of Te Matatini as wildly successful event comes to a close
Posted on 25 February 2019
Te Matatini, the national Kapa Haka festival, proved itself as a drawcard for the region and as one of the most significant cultural events in New Zealand as more than 60,000 people headed to Wellington for the four-day event.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/council-congratulates-winners-and-organisers-of-te-matatini-as-wildly-successful-event-comes-to-a-close/