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Daran Ponter elected as Greater Wellington Chair and Adrienne Staples as Deputy Chair

Posted on 30 October 2019

Greater Wellington Regional Council elected its new chair and deputy chair today as the newly formed council met for the first time in its triennium following local elections.

Daran Ponter elected as Greater Wellington Chair and Adrienne Staples as Deputy Chair
Posted on 30 October 2019
Greater Wellington Regional Council elected its new chair and deputy chair today as the newly formed council met for the first time in its triennium following local elections.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/daran-ponter-elected-as-greater-wellington-chair-and-adrienne-staples-as-deputy-chair/

GWRC Chair Daran Ponter's Inaugural Speech

Posted on 30 October 2019

New Greater Wellington Regional Council chair Daran Ponter outlined community expectations and Greater Wellington's diverse areas of focus for the 2019-2022 triennium during the council’s inaugural meeting.

GWRC Chair Daran Ponter's Inaugural Speech
Posted on 30 October 2019
New Greater Wellington Regional Council chair Daran Ponter outlined community expectations and Greater Wellington's diverse areas of focus for the 2019-2022 triennium during the council’s inaugural meeting.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/gwrc-chair-daran-ponter-s-inaugural-speech/

Tītipounamu chicks hatched at ZEALANDIA

Posted on 25 October 2019

Tītipounamu chicks have hatched at ZEALANDIA, a great start for the hopeful establishment of a viable population of Aotearoa’s smallest native bird in Wellington.

Tītipounamu chicks hatched at ZEALANDIA
Posted on 25 October 2019
Tītipounamu chicks have hatched at ZEALANDIA, a great start for the hopeful establishment of a viable population of Aotearoa’s smallest native bird in Wellington.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/titipounamu-chicks-hatched-at-zealandia/

Rubbish dumping and driving on berms damaging Hutt River

Posted on 23 October 2019

Despite over 1 million recreational users of the Hutt River last year, Greater Wellington Regional Council is continuing to struggle with people using the site as their own personal dumping ground.

Rubbish dumping and driving on berms damaging Hutt River
Posted on 23 October 2019
Despite over 1 million recreational users of the Hutt River last year, Greater Wellington Regional Council is continuing to struggle with people using the site as their own personal dumping ground.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/rubbish-dumping-and-driving-on-berms-damaging-hutt-river/