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Regional council reports year of challenge and success

Posted on 10 October 2019

Greater Wellington Regional Council has endorsed its Annual Report 2018/19, which reports on a year of challenge and success.

Regional council reports year of challenge and success
Posted on 10 October 2019
Greater Wellington Regional Council has endorsed its Annual Report 2018/19, which reports on a year of challenge and success.
http://www.gwrc.govt.nz/regional-council-reports-year-of-challenge-and-success/

Hinds Point Navigation Tower officially opens

Posted on 9 October 2019

The brand new Hinds Point Navigation Tower officially opened today with a ceremony celebrating the area’s first installation of this type in 73 years.

Hinds Point Navigation Tower officially opens
Posted on 9 October 2019
The brand new Hinds Point Navigation Tower officially opened today with a ceremony celebrating the area’s first installation of this type in 73 years.
http://www.gwrc.govt.nz/hinds-point-navigation-tower-officially-opens/

Kaitoke Regional Park Kereru Count

Posted on 9 October 2019

Greater Wellington Regional Council have monitored kererū numbers in Kaitoke Regional Park for the past 16 years, and this year’s results are in.

Kaitoke Regional Park Kereru Count
Posted on 9 October 2019
Greater Wellington Regional Council have monitored kererū numbers in Kaitoke Regional Park for the past 16 years, and this year’s results are in.
http://www.gwrc.govt.nz/kaitoke-regional-park-kereru-count/

Greater Wellington acts on coastal erosion at Queen Elizabeth Park

Posted on 2 October 2019

Greater Wellington Regional Council has voted to act on climate change-driven coastal erosion in Kapiti’s Queen Elizabeth Park through the establishment of a 40-metre erosion buffer zone along the park’s southern coast.

Greater Wellington acts on coastal erosion at Queen Elizabeth Park
Posted on 2 October 2019
Greater Wellington Regional Council has voted to act on climate change-driven coastal erosion in Kapiti’s Queen Elizabeth Park through the establishment of a 40-metre erosion buffer zone along the park’s southern coast.
http://www.gwrc.govt.nz/greater-wellington-acts-on-coastal-erosion-at-queen-elizabeth-park-2/