Last week the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) confirmed details of $1. 15 million for erosion control work in the Wellington region.
Archive: January, 2016
People who carpool to catch the train at Paraparaumu can now park right next to the station.
Te Awarua-o-Porirua Whaitua Committee wants Porirua people to tell them what's important about their water. Committee members will be at the 2016 Festival of the Elements in Porirua.
River users, particularly those with dogs, should avoid parts of the Waipoua River due to increased growth of toxic algae, says Greater Wellington Regional Council, Masterton District Council and Regional…
Toxic algae has again been found in parts of the Hutt River.
Queen Elizabeth Parks Te Ara o Whareroa trail will be officially opened on Saturday 23 January, ending a year of planning and construction that's resulted in a superb cycling and…
Five lucky community groups are receiving funding from Greater Wellington Regional Council to restore native plants to areas around the Te Awarua-o-Porirua Harbour catchment.
Get involved in some hands-on scientific research next month.
Featherston Youth Programme site Four South Wairarapa groups were successful in their applications to receive funding for activities contributing to Wairarapa restoration.
A hybrid bus is coming to Wellington next Wednesday and Wellingtonians are encouraged to get on board for a taste of the new bus future, says Paul Swain, Greater Wellington…