GWRC Chair Chris Laidlaw has welcomed the Local Government Commission's decision to explore in detail the possibility of a single district council for the Wairarapa.
Archive: July, 2016
People in Upper Hutt will be better equipped to save a life with the installation of an automated external defibrillator (AED) at Upper Hutt train station at 9.
The Korokoro track has been closed between Cornish St and Korokoro Forks because of a slip that has undermined the track and made it unsafe for public use.
New research into toxic algal (Phormidium) blooms in the Wellington regions rivers gives our river users more information on what causes it.
People with a passion for the future of Wellington region are being encouraged to put their energy and ideas to work at the Greater Wellington Regional Council.
Tomorrow evening (12 July) from 6-8pm, the Let's Get Wellington Moving team will be live on Facebook to answer questions about the programme and what's happening next.
By early 2018 bus customers will be able to use one card for any Metlink bus service throughout the Wellington region, making bus travel easier, smarter and better.
An exciting new era has begun for Wellington rail customers with new operator Transdev now in charge of running the region's rail services.
Greater Wellington Regional Council (GWRC) is anticipating successful outcomes from its work to restore native habitats with the nationally vulnerable kaka being sighted more widely across the region.
The Ruamāhanga Whaitua Committee begins a round of community meetings on Tuesday 5 July, to ask specific questions about future land and water management for the Ruamāhanga River catchment.