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Greater Wellington shutting the door on invasive pest plants

Posted on 19 June 2020

Greater Wellington Regional Council’s Biosecurity team has announced a 10-year-programme to prevent the invasion* *of three of New Zealand’s least desirable pest plants.

Greater Wellington shutting the door on invasive pest plants
Posted on 19 June 2020
Greater Wellington Regional Council’s Biosecurity team has announced a 10-year-programme to prevent the invasion* *of three of New Zealand’s least desirable pest plants.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/greater-wellington-shutting-the-door-on-invasive-pest-plants/

Accelerating change the aim for Greater Wellington’s Climate Committee

Posted on 19 June 2020

The inaugural meeting of Greater Wellington’s climate committee, delayed by COVID-19, will focus on how regional government can help lead the response to our fast-changing climate, the greatest challenge facing Aotearoa New Zealand.

Accelerating change the aim for Greater Wellington’s Climate Committee
Posted on 19 June 2020
The inaugural meeting of Greater Wellington’s climate committee, delayed by COVID-19, will focus on how regional government can help lead the response to our fast-changing climate, the greatest challenge facing Aotearoa New Zealand.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/accelerating-change-the-aim-for-greater-wellington-s-climate-committee/

Fast tracking community resilience, growth and safety taken off the table by Hutt City Council

Posted on 18 June 2020

Greater Wellington Chair Daran Ponter and Councillor Prue Lamason say Hutt City Council’s short sighted decision to block RiverLink from being submitted as one of the Government’s fast track infrastructure projects is slap in the face of a community crying out for more resilience, growth and safety.

Fast tracking community resilience, growth and safety taken off the table by Hutt City Council
Posted on 18 June 2020
Greater Wellington Chair Daran Ponter and Councillor Prue Lamason say Hutt City Council’s short sighted decision to block RiverLink from being submitted as one of the Government’s fast track infrastructure projects is slap in the face of a community crying out for more resilience, growth and safety.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/fast-tracking-community-resilience-growth-and-safety-taken-off-the-table-by-hutt-city-council/

Wellington infrastructure fast tracked to stimulate economy

Posted on 16 June 2020

The Government is fast tracking two Wellington infrastructure projects to help stimulate the region’s economy post COVID-19.

Wellington infrastructure fast tracked to stimulate economy
Posted on 16 June 2020
The Government is fast tracking two Wellington infrastructure projects to help stimulate the region’s economy post COVID-19.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/wellington-infrastructure-fast-tracked-to-stimulate-economy/