Red alert level warnings for toxic algae are in place for the Waikanae River at the old State Highway 1, Kāpiti.
Raising public transport fares by 10 percent will be considered by regional councillors at a Greater Wellington Council meeting on Thursday 29 February.
It’s nearly time for whānau across the region to buckle their helmets, tie those laces and get moving for the 15th annual Māehe Manawa Ora Movin’March – an initiative encouraging…
A project on managing the use of Metlink Park and Ride facilities at train stations has been initiated by Greater Wellington’s Transport Committee.
International credit rating agency, Standard and Poor’s (S&P) has reissued Greater Wellington’s 'AA+' long-term credit ratings, while the regional council’s ratings outlook has been revised, changing from ‘stable’ to ‘negative’.
From left - Te Wai Takamori o Te Awa Kairangi Mana Whenua Steering Group chair Lee Hunter, Lower Hutt Mayor Campbell Barry, Greater Wellington chair Daran Ponter, Minister of Infrastructure…
Baring Head/Ōrua-Pouanui and Parangarahu Lakes are temporarily closed to the public due to extreme fire danger.
Participants in Sunday’s Round the Bays are advised to plan ahead for buses to replace trains on all lines this weekend, including on event day.
A red alert level warning for toxic algae is in place for the Waikanae River at Jim Cooke Park.
The western side of Belmont Regional Park is closed to the public until further notice as Fire and Emergency New Zealand (FENZ) respond to wildfire, including Māra Roa and Waihora Loop tracks.…