People are being warned against swimming or entering the water in the inner harbour - particularly in the Taranaki Street Wharf area between Whairepo Lagoon and the waterfront area around…
Archive: March, 2019
Children were cheering for Movin'March this month with record numbers participating in this year's initiative.
The last of three surveys of rat populations in Miramar designed to help in exterminating predators from the peninsula is taking place this week.
There will be no rise in bus and train fares before June 2020.
Greater Wellington Regional Council has decided to reconsider its rates proposals for 2019-2020 in view of their potential impact on some communities in the region.
Greater Wellington Regional Council is advising people not to swim or walk dogs off-lead in and around the Waikanae River below SH1 due to high levels of toxic algae.
The continuing national trend towards biodiversity decline, seen in disappearing habitats, rising numbers of threatened species and compromised fresh and coastal water poses a massive challenge to New Zealand to…
Greater Wellington Regional Council shared the first details of the second stage of its bus network review today with public consultation forming the bulk of the work.
Continued investment in key regional infrastructure and resilience, including flood protection, environmental protection and public transport, features in Greater Wellington Regional Council's Annual Plan 2019-2020, which will be considered at…
Toxic algae levels this week are on the increase across the region, but especially in Wairarapa's Ruamahanga catchment where some sites are nearing, or are at, safety guideline levels.