Following the most successful Movin’ March yet, with more than 37,000 students potentially taking part, Greater Wellington is celebrating schools across the region for their students’ commitment to active travel.
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.
Greater Wellington has thrown its support behind a range of Government announcements today to make public transport more attractive and help reach decarbonisation goals.
Despite the conclusion of Greater Wellington’s toxic algae monitoring programme, a mainstay for Greater Wellington over the summer months, officers have spotted moderate levels of toxic algae in Te Awa…
Greater Wellington is asking those interested in restoring the environment to Register for Restoration Day Held on Saturday 28 May, the annual event is thanking local environmental restoration groups for their efforts.…
Builders waste, white ware, electrical, garage tyres, cars and general waste are piling up along the Hutt River/Te Awa Kairangi riverside, leaving an ugly and costly mess for Greater Wellington…
Greater Wellington and the Greytown community celebrated a milestone today after the Waiōhine River Plan was adopted by council today.
Kākāpō are a step closer towards returning to Te Whanganui-a-Tara after Greater Wellington’s Environment Committee received the feasibility study for Puketahā - the Wainuiomata Ecosanctuary.
Consultation has opened on some changes to Greater Wellington’s Revenue and Financing policy, which describes how the regional council funds its expenditure.