Applications for Greater Wellington Regional Council's annual fund for community groups focussed on environmental restoration around Te Awarua-o-Porirua Harbour catchment opens tomorrow, Thursday 1 September 2016.
Archive: August, 2016
Wellingtonians are grabbing their tissues as hay fever season kicks off early this year due to the mild winter and early signs of spring.
Waikanae train commuters will be getting 240 new parks for Christmas with the construction of the new Metlink Park and Ride facility on the site of the old Waikanae Hotel…
This week a series of face-to-face discussions hosted by the Ruamāhanga Whaitua Committee (RWC) drew to a close, the last of nine meetings was held in Greytown and facilitated by…
A new high-impact fashion trend will take to the pavement in Wellington on Saturday night in an award show for New Zealand's first reflective fashion design competition.
The submission hearing due to go ahead in Greytown on Monday 22 and Tuesday 23 August on the draft Waiohine River Floodplain Management Plan has been cancelled due to the unavailability of…
Greater Wellington Regional Council is working urgently to provide more buses for the growing number of people catching buses from Karori, Wadestown, Wilton and Khandallah.
Wellingtonians have voted a big lift in their satisfaction with public transport in 2015/2016 and a steep increase in train customers over this period backs this up.
Convening local economic development professionals in the Wairarapa for regionally focussed discussion has proved a run-away success.
People with a passion for the Wellington region have until next Friday to lodge their nomination to stand for Greater Wellington Regional Council.