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Day in the life of an emergency essential worker

Posted on 28 April 2020

The Wellington Region Civil Defence Emergency Management (CDEM) Group, alongside the District Health Boards, and Regional Public Health, has been working hard to support the pandemic response since the State of National Emergency was declared on 25 March 2020.

Day in the life of an emergency essential worker
Posted on 28 April 2020
The Wellington Region Civil Defence Emergency Management (CDEM) Group, alongside the District Health Boards, and Regional Public Health, has been working hard to support the pandemic response since the State of National Emergency was declared on 25 March 2020.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/day-in-the-life-of-an-emergency-essential-worker/

Harvesting for Rongoā to improve health and wellbeing

Posted on 17 April 2020

A collective of Rongoā Māori practitioners recently harvested from plants across the Wellington region to produce traditional medicines for whānau, hapū, iwi and the broader community.

Harvesting for Rongoā to improve health and wellbeing
Posted on 17 April 2020
A collective of Rongoā Māori practitioners recently harvested from plants across the Wellington region to produce traditional medicines for whānau, hapū, iwi and the broader community.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/harvesting-for-rongoa-to-improve-health-and-wellbeing/

Regional response to COVID-19 essential to economic recovery and resilience

Posted on 15 April 2020

Chair of Wellington’s Mayoral Forum and Upper Hutt City Council Mayor Wayne Guppy says the region’s Councils are pulling together to respond to the unprecedented impacts of COVID-19 and developing a coordinated response to the government’s infrastructure investment strategy.

Regional response to COVID-19 essential to economic recovery and resilience
Posted on 15 April 2020
Chair of Wellington’s Mayoral Forum and Upper Hutt City Council Mayor Wayne Guppy says the region’s Councils are pulling together to respond to the unprecedented impacts of COVID-19 and developing a coordinated response to the government’s infrastructure investment strategy.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/regional-response-to-covid-19-essential-to-economic-recovery-and-resilience/

Kaiwharawhara makes cut as site for new multi user ferry terminal

Posted on 14 April 2020

Following a reassessment of criteria for development of a Multi-User Ferry Terminal, Greater Wellington Regional Council and Horizons Regional Council, joint shareholders of CentrePort, have both reaffirmed Kaiwharawhara as their preferred location for the terminal.

Kaiwharawhara makes cut as site for new multi user ferry terminal
Posted on 14 April 2020
Following a reassessment of criteria for development of a Multi-User Ferry Terminal, Greater Wellington Regional Council and Horizons Regional Council, joint shareholders of CentrePort, have both reaffirmed Kaiwharawhara as their preferred location for the terminal.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/kaiwharawhara-makes-cut-as-site-for-new-multi-user-ferry-terminal/