The pre-budget announcement of funding for a fleet hybrid-electric passenger trains in the lower North Island has delighted Greater Wellington and Horizons regional councils.
KiwiRail equipment failure holds North Island rail network hostage and leaves Metlink passengers in the lurchAll Tags
A KiwiRail equipment failure in Auckland is forcing Metlink to run fewer passenger rail services across the Wellington region during May.
Regional councillors will hear from Predator Free Wellington on their conservation efforts at an Environmental Committee meeting on Thursday 27 April.
The Honourable Tracey Martin was today thanked by the Wellington Regional Leadership Committee (WRLC), for her role as Independent Chair of the Committee which the former MP is leaving after…
Public feedback is being sought on Greater Wellington’s Annual Plan 2023/24, which proposes a rates increase of 17. 8 percent. This equates to an extra $1.
Metlink bus driver wages will increase to an average of $30/hour in urban areas and $28/hour in the regions, following a decision today by Greater Wellington.
More than 6,000 energy efficient lights are on track to be installed at Sky Stadium after a grant application was partially approved by Greater Wellington at today’s Council meeting.
Greater Wellington has offered a short-term solution to four horse graziers to keep seven horses in Queen Elizabeth Park (QEP) while alternative locations are found.
An amber alert has been issued for the Waikanae River near the old State Highway 1 bridge following the discovery of moderate levels of toxic algae at the site.
Dangerous levels of toxic algae have been found in the Waikanae River prompting Greater Wellington to strongly advise the public not to swim in the river near Jim Cooke Park.