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Top international bowlers compete at Naenae this week

Some of Australasia’s top bowls players will be in action in Naenae this week and Matt Reid from Hutt City ...

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 ...

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 ...

Local leaders pleased with reprieve for Hutt bus services

Lower Hutt Mayor Ray Wallace has welcomed news of a temporary reprieve for the Airport Flyer, Wainuiomata, Stokes Valley and ...

Dawn service and public exhibition to mark 50th Anniversary of the Wahine disaster – 10 April

Lower Hutt Mayor Ray Wallace will host a public memorial service on the coast at Eastbourne on 10 April to ...

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

Lower Hutt to ‘buzz’ with electric vehicles

A convoy of electric vehicles (EVs) are buzzing into Lower Hutt this month as part of the #LeadingTheCharge country wide ...

Council’s proposal for Waddington Drive

Hutt City Council has developed a proposal to address the speed issue in Waddington Drive, Naenae.

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.

Point Howard Wharf to remain off limits to the public

Point Howard Wharf will remain closed to the public indefinitely after an inspection of its damaged piles found the work ...

Stay safe at Rona Bay

Rona Bay is a great place to hang out and escape the summer heat but one or two visitors may ...

Council takes a closer look at homelessness in the city

Hutt City Council is about to launch a survey as part of its work to better understand homelessness in the ...

Leading edge residential development nears completion

Hutt City Council-owned property company Urban Plus Limited is about to celebrate the completion of its most ambitious residential development ...

Changes to community service funding

Hutt City Council has made significant changes to its Community Funding Strategy. These changes will be implemented on 1 July 2018. A ...

Protecting the city’s natural heritage

Hutt City Council is in the initial stages of strengthening protections for the city’s valuable native plant and animal habitats ...

Avalon Park Development heads toward completion

Illustration of Stage 3 by PAOS landscape architects* Work has started on the third and final stage of Avalon Park’s transformation. Main ...

Temporary Closure of Point Howard Wharf

Hutt City Council has closed Point Howard Wharf to the public to allow remedial work on the wharf to be ...

Extending relief from the heat at Lower Hutt's summer pools

As a heatwave descends on much of the country, Lower Hutt’s residents will be able to stay cool for longer ...

Retirement village for Wainuiomata - Mayor and Councillors delighted!

Lower Hutt Mayor Ray Wallace and local councillors are delighted with today’s announcement by The Masonic Village Trust for a ...

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