Greater Wellington welcomed news today that the Government will permanently fund cheaper public transport fares for community services card hold holders.
The Budget’s failure to contribute funding for a fleet of hybrid electric trains in the lower North Island has surprised and disappointed Greater Wellington and Horizons regional councils.
Consultation has opened on some changes to Greater Wellington’s Revenue and Financing policy, which describes how the regional council funds its expenditure.
Today marks World Water Day, a global initiative celebrating water’s various forms with an aim to provide awareness towards those currently living without access to safe water.
Working with nature by allowing rivers natural movement is among the key points from Greater Wellington’s updated climate change flood protection policy put before Greater Wellington’s Climate Committee today.
Summer swimmers, dog owners and the community should be scrubbing up on spotting toxic algae as we approach the warmer months and our refreshing rivers beckon.
Consultation on a new Waiōhine River Plan will close on 30 July at 5pm and people throughout the Wairarapa are being urged to get involved and have their say on…
Greater Wellington Councillors from Wairarapa and Kāpiti welcomed news today that the Government is investing $1. 3 billion in the national rail network over the next three years.
Metlink to boost electric buses from 2 to 22 per cent of its fleet to meet climate change goals and passenger growth
The ink has dried on contracts for 98 new electric buses, which will take Metlink's fleet of electric buses to 108, significantly reducing its carbon footprint and taking Greater Wellington…