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Kōwhai, ngaio, and swamp flax – key to the region’s ‘well-bee-ing’

Posted on 18 September 2020

Bee Aware Month is the buzz word on the region’s streets; the perfect time to sweeten up your native planting skills and support bees which are key to our community health and resilience.

Kōwhai, ngaio, and swamp flax – key to the region’s ‘well-bee-ing’
Posted on 18 September 2020
Bee Aware Month is the buzz word on the region’s streets; the perfect time to sweeten up your native planting skills and support bees which are key to our community health and resilience.
https://www.gw.govt.nz/kowhai-ngaio-and-swamp-flax-key-to-the-region-s-well-bee-ing/

Greater Wellington investigating Snapper on rail services in preparation for national ticketing

Posted on 17 September 2020

Greater Wellington is investigating rolling out Snapper payments on rail services across the region following decisions made at Council today to help pave the way for national ticketing.

Greater Wellington investigating Snapper on rail services in preparation for national ticketing
Posted on 17 September 2020
Greater Wellington is investigating rolling out Snapper payments on rail services across the region following decisions made at Council today to help pave the way for national ticketing.
https://www.gw.govt.nz/greater-wellington-investigating-snapper-on-rail-services-in-preparation-for-national-ticketing/

Wairarapa school nurtures muddy paddock into thriving wetland

Posted on 15 September 2020

Kahutara School is fostering students’ connection with te taiao (nature) by developing a wetland to encourage biodiversity back to the local area, following the school’s participation in the Whitebait Connection programme.

Wairarapa school nurtures muddy paddock into thriving wetland
Posted on 15 September 2020
Kahutara School is fostering students’ connection with te taiao (nature) by developing a wetland to encourage biodiversity back to the local area, following the school’s participation in the Whitebait Connection programme.
https://www.gw.govt.nz/wairarapa-school-nurtures-muddy-paddock-into-thriving-wetland/

Call for feedback on new by-laws to ramp up harbour safety

Posted on 10 September 2020 by Predator Free Wellington

Greater Wellington Regional Council is seeking to make our regional harbours safer for communities following approval by its Environment Committee’s proposed amendments designed to ensure national consistency, reduce risk and improve safety measures on the water.

Call for feedback on new by-laws to ramp up harbour safety
Posted on 10 September 2020 by Predator Free Wellington
Greater Wellington Regional Council is seeking to make our regional harbours safer for communities following approval by its Environment Committee’s proposed amendments designed to ensure national consistency, reduce risk and improve safety measures on the water.
https://www.gw.govt.nz/call-for-feedback-on-new-by-laws-to-ramp-up-harbour-safety/