The first pair of two-car units from Wellingtons new batch of Matangi trains arrived by boat from Korea yesterday morning (Sunday 24 May).
Here's a copy of the lastest issue of the Wairarapa Moana NEWS (Winter 2015) (PDF 615 KB) . Read about recent community events, workshops, surveys and other updates.
Volunteers got involved in the first annual kākahi survey at Lake Wairarapa in March. They waded into the lake to collect kākahi, then identify, assess and measure them.
Yesterday's rain in some places was the heaviest seen for more than 50 years, Greater Wellington Regional Council's rainfall and river level monitoring equipment showed.
Students at Karori West Normal School are distressed about the pollutants which are being released into the stream which runs alongside their school after authorities investigated five pollution incidents in…
Over the long hot summer Otaki River, Breaker and Princess bays and Waingawa, Waiohine and Tauherenikau rivers were the top spots for swimming.
Public support lifts public transport and cycling up priority list for transport improvements in the Wellington region
Public transport and cycling are big winners in a new transport plan for the Wellington region approved today by the Regional Transport Committee but some major strategic roading initiatives will…
Wellingtonians are being warned to plan ahead in order to cope with what could be the biggest disruption to public transport the city has ever seen as thousands flock to…
People in the Wellington region are being encouraged - through a new road safety campaign - to sharpen up their focus at intersections by keeping their Eyes On.
Only four weeks to go until the region's Amazing Race - the Metlink City Safari on Sunday 17 May.