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Archive: February, 2016
Celebrate our marine environment around the Greater Wellington Region as New Zealand's annual "Seaweek" gets underway this weekend.
Significant rain at the end of last week has flushed toxic algae from the Hutt River. Warning signs which were in place from Birchville downstream have been removed.
Greater Wellington Regional Council is proposing not to increase public transport fares next financial year.
Twenty volunteer Citizen Scientists took to the water alongside Greater Wellington Regional Council staff to collect, record and replace kākahi (native freshwater mussel) last weekend.
Members of the Greater Wellington Regional Council Flood Protection Department will be at the Masterton A&P Show tomorrow discussing floodplain management planning (FMP) for the Wairarapa.
Four lucky community groups are receiving funding from Greater Wellington Regional Council to restore native plants to areas around Lake Wairarapa.
River users, particularly those with dogs, should avoid upper parts of the Hutt River due to increased growth of toxic algae, says Greater Wellington Regional Council, Regional Public Health and…
A double decker bus is coming to Wellington next Wednesday and Wellingtonians are encouraged to get on board for a free ride and a taste of the new bus future,…
Following the death of a dog this week, Greater Wellington Regional Council are warning river users with dogs to avoid the Otaki river mouth and estuary.