Interim flood hazard maps for the Waiohine floodplain will soon be available following their release by Greater Wellington Region Council.
Archive: March, 2018
Consultation on the Greater Wellington Regional Council 10 Year Plan and the proposed Revenue and Financing Policy opened today.
An updated study into flood prone areas near the Mangatārere Stream near Carterton has been released by Greater Wellington Regional Council which provides interim flood hazard information ahead of a…
The second census of rats and stoats on the Miramar Peninsula gets under way today (19 March) as volunteer groups work with Greater Wellington Regional Council to place 281 chew…
Greater Wellington Regional Council today adopted its 10-Year Plan and proposed Revenue and Financing Policy to go out for public consultation on Monday 26 March.
Greater Wellington Regional Council Chair, Chris Laidlaw, welcomes today's Let's Get Wellington Moving report and says he's heartened by much of the public feedback received around future transport scenarios.
Greater Wellington Regional Council has received an AA rating in a just-published CouncilMARK assessment.
Check out how climate change may affect your place - online tools for interactive climate change maps now available
People interested in how climate change may affect the region can now use a huge range of data to drill right down to its impact on local communities.
It's Parks Week between 10-17 March and Greater Wellington is celebrating it with a Picnic in the Park at Kaitoke Regional Park.
The Wellington region's burgeoning reputation as a mountain biking hot spot is being further bolstered by track building in Upper Hutt's Tunnel Gulley, where newly opened and recently built trails…