Erosion control planting is well underway with the first of the season's bundles of poplar and willow poles flown onto Wairarapa hill country farms today.
Record numbers of people taking the train means four Park and Ride carparks are being extended across the region. Last year's record passenger number of 12.
This week people who live alongside the Waiohine River and in Greytown will be asked to give their view on a plan to protect their homes, business and land from…
More reliable bus and train connections, a new Waikanae town bus service and more services for more Otaki residents - these are all planned for Kāpiti.
Chris Laidlaw, Chair of Greater Wellington Regional Council says a new $100 million contestable fund announced in yesterday's Budget to help clean up water ways is extremely welcome.
"Inspiring" was the general feedback from many of the 150 volunteers attending Restoration Day 2016, Saturday 21 May.
Greater Wellington Regional Councils annual challenge to families to be active on their journey to school gets more popular every year.
More than 10,000 have already, and there's still time for more people to share their views about travelling in and through central Wellington, with six days to go before the…
Greater Wellington Regional Council has a new, free, environmental education resource available to primary schools across the region.
Three new dog poo bins are now available at Onehunga Bay in Whitireia Park.