October 10, 2018

Wainuiomata town centre designated smokefree

Hutt City Council endorsed the recommendation from the Wainuiomata Community Board to designate Queen Street as smokefree. For more information visit Hutt City Council’s website: Wainuiomata town centre designated smokefree

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September 28, 2018

Report shows investment in Taita is paying off

Many aspects of life in Taita are on the improve, especially for young people, according to analysis carried out to look at the impact of investment in that community by Hutt City Council and others. For more information visit Hutt City Council’s website: Report shows investment in Taita is paying off

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September 25, 2018

Mayor welcomes thermal upgrade for more Hutt homes

Lower Hutt Mayor Ray Wallace has welcomed Housing New Zealand’s recent announcement to improve the thermal performance of a further 200 homes in the Hutt Valley, following an initial pilot programme. For more information visit Hutt City Council’s website: Mayor welcomes thermal upgrade for more Hutt homes

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September 24, 2018

Let us help fund your next art project

Hutt City Council’s Creative Communities Funding Scheme has money to give groups and individuals running arts projects in Lower Hutt. For more information visit Hutt City Council’s website: Let us help fund your next art project

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August 14, 2018

Parking Changes in Lower Hutt's Civic Precinct

New car parking zones and restrictions around Lower Hutt’s new Events Centre and refurbished Town Hall will come into effect from next Monday 20 August. For more information visit Hutt City Council’s website: Parking Changes in Lower Hutt’s Civic Precinct

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August 6, 2018

Have your say on your city's future

Lower Hutt resident now have four weeks to have their say on how they elect their councillors and how they are represented at ward and community level. For more information visit Hutt City Council’s website: Have your say on your city’s future

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