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Greater Wellington and Metlink welcome news of new collective agreement for NZ Bus drivers

Posted on 29 July 2021

Greater Wellington and Metlink have welcomed news from today’s Tramways Union stop work meeting that a new collective agreement with NZ Bus has been reached after months of tense negotiations.

Greater Wellington and Metlink welcome news of new collective agreement for NZ Bus drivers
Posted on 29 July 2021
Greater Wellington and Metlink have welcomed news from today’s Tramways Union stop work meeting that a new collective agreement with NZ Bus has been reached after months of tense negotiations.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/greater-wellington-and-metlink-welcome-news-of-new-collective-agreement-for-nz-bus-drivers/

Waiōhine River Plan submission deadline extended

Posted on 29 July 2021

Consultation on a new Waiōhine River Plan has been extended to 5pm on 16 August to ensure people throughout the Wairarapa have the opportunity to get involved and have their say on the future of flood protection on the Waiōhine River.

Waiōhine River Plan submission deadline extended
Posted on 29 July 2021
Consultation on a new Waiōhine River Plan has been extended to 5pm on 16 August to ensure people throughout the Wairarapa have the opportunity to get involved and have their say on the future of flood protection on the Waiōhine River.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/waiohine-river-plan-submission-deadline-extended/

Teachers learn through new games to promote road safety to children and whānau

Posted on 27 July 2021

Primary school teachers recently jumped on bikes to upskill and advocate for safe active travel among students and the wider community, through a partnership with Greater Wellington, the Bike On New Zealand Charitable Trust, Waka Kotahi, and local and regional councils.

Teachers learn through new games to promote road safety to children and whānau
Posted on 27 July 2021
Primary school teachers recently jumped on bikes to upskill and advocate for safe active travel among students and the wider community, through a partnership with Greater Wellington, the Bike On New Zealand Charitable Trust, Waka Kotahi, and local and regional councils.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/teachers-learn-through-new-games-to-promote-road-safety-to-children-and-whanau/

Keeping region safe from pest plants a team effort, says Greater Wellington

Posted on 19 July 2021

Dangerous pests Nassella tussock, Chilean needle grass, and Alligator weed have yet to take hold in our region, and Greater Wellington is urging the community to make use of its pest control services to help keep it that way.

Keeping region safe from pest plants a team effort, says Greater Wellington
Posted on 19 July 2021
Dangerous pests Nassella tussock, Chilean needle grass, and Alligator weed have yet to take hold in our region, and Greater Wellington is urging the community to make use of its pest control services to help keep it that way.
http://www.gw.govt.nz/keeping-region-safe-from-pest-plants-a-team-effort-says-greater-wellington/