April 18, 2018

Learn about the sources of Aotearoa’s unique resources

GNS Science and Hutt City Libraries are again joining forces in 2018 to hold a series of free science seminars from this week and during the Hutt STEMM Festival in May to inform, educate and raise awareness of New Zealand’s unique natural resources. For more information visit Hutt City Council’s website: Learn about the sources of Aotearoa’s unique resources

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April 17, 2018

Final push for Fraser Park

Members of the public have an opportunity to ‘leave a mark on Fraser Park’ by sponsoring an engraved brick or paver at the new sports centre due to open later this year. For more information visit Hutt City Council’s website: Final push for Fraser Park

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April 2, 2018

Our city, our community, our future – community views wanted on Hutt City Council’s Long Term Plan

Hutt City Council’s Long Term Plan 2018-2028 consultation document, Our city, our community, our future, is now available for community feedback. Those wishing to have their say can do so from today, Tuesday 3 April, up until Thursday 3 May 2018. For more information visit Hutt City Council’s website: Our city, our community, our future – community views wanted …

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March 23, 2018

City's Economy Solid

Lower Hutt’s retail sector has shrugged off the after-effects of the 2016 Kaikoura earthquake and the city’s wider economy is firing on all cylinders, according to recent data. For more information visit Hutt City Council’s website: City’s Economy Solid

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March 22, 2018

Mayor and local MP welcome positive step in Hutt City housing plan

Lower Hutt Mayor Ray Wallace and local list MP Ginny Andersen say a meeting with Housing Minister Phil Twyford and Housing NZ yesterday is a positive step towards a partnership that could make a real difference for generations of Hutt City residents to come. For more information visit Hutt City Council’s website: Mayor and local MP welcome positive step …

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March 6, 2018

Waddington Drive Local Area Traffic Management Scheme

Several recent accidents, where drivers lost control of their vehicles, have highlighted worrying and hazardous driving behaviours along Waddington Drive. For more information visit Hutt City Council’s website: Waddington Drive Local Area Traffic Management Scheme

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