A recent survey of Te Awarua-o-Porirua Harbour shows sedimentation rates have more than doubled in the last five years, undermining animal and plant habitats and the healthy functioning of this…
Archive: August, 2019
A new native forest planting system is helping Greater Wellington Regional Council achieve its biodiversity and climate change goals.
Applications for Greater Wellington Regional Council's Community Environment Fund are open with the aim of supporting community groups to restore, maintain and protect our native ecosystems.
Cycling workshops for migrant, former refugee and low income women are coming to local communities with an aim to empower people with a safe, low cost form of transport.
Greater Wellington Regional Council agreed unanimously on an ambitious package to tackle climate change, combatting the impacts already being felt across the region, at its Council meeting on August 21.
Metlink welcomes news today that Transdev Australasia have agreed terms to acquire Mana Coach Services.
Hundreds of planters of all ages flooded into Queen Elizabeth Park on Sunday, putting 5000 trees in the ground for this years Spade Aid event.
13-year-old Nichola from Avalon Intermediate pulls a train into Wellington Station on Metlink's train simulator.
A plan for a more resilient Cook Strait ferry network has taken a step forward with the announcement that Kaiwharawhara is being considered as the preferred site for a potential…
Metlink has released details on a range of temporary peak bus changes as part of measures to provide customers with certainty over the next six months, while Tranzurban addresses its…