Another chocolate box scene was spoiled and many delicate creatures and ecosystems harmed last month when someone flushed paint down the stormwater drain.
Archive: October, 2015
Finding a park at Paraparaumu and Waikanae stations is set to get a whole lot easier, so you can say goodbye to that long drive in and out of Wellington…
Greater Wellington Regional Council is looking for a logo to complement the newly named Te Aro o Whareroa cycleway and walking track.
Special economic zones are an idea worth considering says Greater Wellington Regional Council (GWRC) chair Chris Laidlaw.
Paparangi School celebrates reaching the highest environmental achievement stage for schools today, Tuesday 20th October, 11. 30am-1pm.
Enhanced flood protection for Lower Hutts CBD has moved a step closer following a recommendation by the Hutt River City Centre Upgrade Project Hearing Panel that Option A should go…
The Greater Wellington Regional Council (GWRC) has adopted a climate change strategy focused on strengthening the long-term resilience and sustainability of the Wellington region through action and awareness.
Greater Wellington Regional Council has launched a new contestable fund to support community groups in their efforts to restore native plants to public areas around the beautiful Porirua Harbour catchment.
Greater Wellington Regional Council has launched a new contestable fund to support community groups in their efforts to restore native plants to public land around Wairarapa Moana.
Public transport journeys around greater Wellington are set to get even easier with the launch of Metlink's new website on Saturday 10 October. The new website - metlink.