Builders waste, white ware, electrical, garage tyres, cars and general waste are piling up along the Hutt River/Te Awa Kairangi riverside, leaving an ugly and costly mess for Greater Wellington…
Kākāpō are a step closer towards returning to Te Whanganui-a-Tara after Greater Wellington’s Environment Committee received the feasibility study for Puketahā - the Wainuiomata Ecosanctuary.
What is it? Although it looks a little bit like an alien spacecraft this NIWA wave bouy rider “landed” on the Parangarahu lakes beach after a storm on 14 October.
Back in 2013 the Mackenzie track received some TLC but now, eight years and many downpours later, the lower sections are showing strain from wear and tear.