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Ōtaki River Annual Walkover celebrates milestone anniversaries

Posted on 27 September 2019

Over 160 people turned out to the Ōtaki River Annual Walkover on September 25 to learn about and celebrate the work going on to enhance and protect the area.

Ōtaki River Annual Walkover celebrates milestone anniversaries
Posted on 27 September 2019
Over 160 people turned out to the Ōtaki River Annual Walkover on September 25 to learn about and celebrate the work going on to enhance and protect the area.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/otaki-river-annual-walkover-celebrates-milestone-anniversaries/

Environment fund pays off

Posted on 25 September 2019

Eight local Enviroschools working to restore wetland areas and create lizard gardens showcased their work at an ‘Enviroschools Porirua Living Landscapes Student Celebration’ on Tuesday, September 24.

Environment fund pays off
Posted on 25 September 2019
Eight local Enviroschools working to restore wetland areas and create lizard gardens showcased their work at an ‘Enviroschools Porirua Living Landscapes Student Celebration’ on Tuesday, September 24.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/environment-fund-pays-off/

Greater Wellington apologises for incorrect Te Reo Māori translation

Posted on 24 September 2019

Throughout the election period Greater Wellington Regional Council has been running an ‘Enrol, Stand, Vote’ campaign to encourage communities to have their say on local politics.

Greater Wellington apologises for incorrect Te Reo Māori translation
Posted on 24 September 2019
Throughout the election period Greater Wellington Regional Council has been running an ‘Enrol, Stand, Vote’ campaign to encourage communities to have their say on local politics.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/greater-wellington-apologises-for-incorrect-te-reo-maori-translation/

Council disappointed with wildly inaccurate reports on rates

Posted on 23 September 2019

Greater Wellington Regional Council Chair Chris Laidlaw today expressed his disappointment with wildly inaccurate reports of a 15 per cent rate hike for 2020/21.  

Council disappointed with wildly inaccurate reports on rates
Posted on 23 September 2019
Greater Wellington Regional Council Chair Chris Laidlaw today expressed his disappointment with wildly inaccurate reports of a 15 per cent rate hike for 2020/21.  
http://www.gw.govt.nz/council-disappointed-with-wildly-inaccurate-reports-on-rates/