Heretaunga Kindergarten, Upper Hutt, celebrates becoming a Silver Enviroschool, next Monday 30 March 2015, 11am-12pm.
Archive: March, 2015
Protecting the region's lakes, rivers, streams and wetlands from livestock damage will require an all-out effort by landowners, councils and the community.
Residents from the greater Wellington region are being urged to have their say about what major projects should be funded in their communities over the next 10years.
The Greater Wellington Regional Council is seeking public comment on its draft Climate Change Strategy for the Wellington region.
Significant natural wetlands will be listed in the Natural Resources Plan for the Wellington region in response to feedback from landowners and groups representing the dairy sector and other farming…
A flurry of yellow-crowned kakariki (parakeet) sightings across the region is 'extremely pleasing', says Greater Wellington Regional Council Environmental Scientist Nikki McArthur.
Take some hard fill for your home and garden projects this weekend - and help protect your community from flooding.
Sprinkler ban for region's four cities in force from Saturday A ban on the use of garden sprinklers and irrigation systems will come into force from 12am, Saturday 7 March in…
Walkers seeking another-worldly experience should join regional council rangers for a night time walk in the Pakuratahi Forest's Tunnel Gully Recreation Area on Wednesday 11 March.
The Hutt Valley Flood Management Sub-committee has unanimously endorsed undertaking an independent audit of the hydrology, hydraulic modelling and the application of freeboard in the Pinehaven catchment flood maps.