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July 30, 2021

Taita rangatahi lead the way in recycling education

Students from Taita College partnered with Hutt City Council and advertising agency VMLY&R to create street posters promoting good recycling behaviour as part of the launch of Lower Hutt’s new rubbish and recycling service. The four students were asked to create concepts that would resonate with young Lower Hutt residents, and help inspire better household […]

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July 29, 2021

Mayor cuts ribbon on initial stage of the Beltway Cycleway

Lower Hutt Mayor Campbell Barry has today officially opened the first stage of the much-anticipated Beltway Cycleway, saying that it is a key part of the city’s critical cycling infrastructure, and the completion of stage 1 is a major milestone for active transport and micromobility in Lower Hutt. “The Beltway Cycleway provides a safe cycling […]

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July 26, 2021

Innovative Young Minds 2021: Days 1 – 3

Innovative Young Minds’ six-day residential programme ran last week (12 – 16 July) and 39 young women in Year 11 and 12 from high schools around the Greater Women Region took part. Founded by Hutt City Council and Hutt City Rotary in 2017 and funded by local Rotary Clubs, businesses and organisations including Hutt City […]

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July 21, 2021

Local businesses encouraged to be part of Naenae Pool build

Local Hutt Valley businesses are encouraged to express interest in being part of the Naenae Pool rebuild, to benefit from a slice of up to $68 million being invested in the project. Lower Hutt Mayor Campbell Barry says investing to rebuild the Naenae Pool will not only deliver a new community asset, but also provide […]

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