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Return of the giants

Posted on 20 July 2021

This is a joint media release from Greater Wellington and Maclean Trust

Return of the giants
Posted on 20 July 2021
This is a joint media release from Greater Wellington and Maclean Trust
https://www.gw.govt.nz/return-of-the-giants/

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.
https://www.gw.govt.nz/keeping-region-safe-from-pest-plants-a-team-effort-says-greater-wellington/

Keep dogs away from Hutt River and Wellington Harbour beaches

Posted on 17 July 2021

Greater Wellington Regional Council is urging dog owners to keep their dogs away from the Hutt River and Wellington Harbour beaches until staff have checked these areas for dead possums poisoned with 1080.

Keep dogs away from Hutt River and Wellington Harbour beaches
Posted on 17 July 2021
Greater Wellington Regional Council is urging dog owners to keep their dogs away from the Hutt River and Wellington Harbour beaches until staff have checked these areas for dead possums poisoned with 1080.
https://www.gw.govt.nz/keep-dogs-away-from-hutt-river-and-wellington-harbour-beaches/

Your river, your views

Posted on 8 July 2021

Consultation on a new Waiōhine River Plan will close on 30 July at 5pm and people throughout the Wairarapa are being urged to get involved and have their say on the future of one of the valley’s most significant rivers.

Your river, your views
Posted on 8 July 2021
Consultation on a new Waiōhine River Plan will close on 30 July at 5pm and people throughout the Wairarapa are being urged to get involved and have their say on the future of one of the valley’s most significant rivers.
https://www.gw.govt.nz/your-river-your-views/