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Rōpu Tiaki planting day Parangarahu Lakes Snapper on rail Significant projects to improve the region’s resilience and respond to climate change are highlighted in Greater Wellington’s 2022/23 annual report.
Measures to maintain and enhance Wellington waterbodies are among proposed changes to Greater Wellington’s Natural Resources Plan (NRP) unanimously supported by regional councillors at yesterday’s council meeting.
Councillor Hikitia Ropata Greater Wellington will establish a Māori constituency for the 2025 local government elections following a decision at council today.
Greater Wellington and bus operator Kinetic, formerly known as NZ Bus, are pleased to announce an agreement has been reached to increase driver wages.
Metlink is encouraging passengers to have their say on planned upgrades for Petone’s Jackson Street bus stops, aimed at making journeys safer and more accessible.
A walking bus departing for Berhampore School is providing an active, fun, and colourful way for tamariki to get to class every Friday.
Planning for an additional 200,000 people and 99,000 more homes for the Wairarapa, Wellington and Horowhenua regions are among the objectives outlined in the Draft Future Development Strategy (FDS), which…
Updated: 6/10/23 The Wairarapa Moana Statutory Board meeting for October has now been cancelled.
Greater Wellington has shared its short- and long-term visions for a Johnsonville transport hub with Wellington City Council, as the regional council prepares for increased patronage over the next ten…