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Transformation Taita wins LGNZ EXCELLENCE Award

Hutt City Council’s project to transform the lives of young people in the high-deprivation suburb of Taita was recognised at ...

Global recognition for project that improves the lives of kids in need

Through a wide range of learning, literacy, arts, sport, leisure and physical activity initiatives, Hutt City Council is having a ...

Healthy in the Hutt returns on 29 July

Following the success of last year’s free event, Hutt City Council, Housing New Zealand (HNZ), and the Eastern Hutt Rotary ...

Consented discharge at Hinemoa Street

Due to the extreme rainfall on Thursday 13 July 2017, untreated sewage from the Hinemoa Street and Malone Road sewage ...

HighLight to shine a light on Alzheimer’s this Labour weekend

Hutt City Council is proud to announce Alzheimers Wellington as the charity partner for HighLight: Carnival of Lights. This partnership ...

Lower Hutt heats up for a “SWEET AS” Hot Chocolate Challenge

Who sells the best hot chocolate in the Hutt?

Council calls on disability community for help

Hutt City Council is seeking expert advice on how to make the city a more welcoming place for people living ...

Council welcomes announcement; remains committed to housing in Lower Hutt

Lower Hutt Mayor Ray Wallace is delighted with this week’s announcement by the government regarding housing in Lower Hutt and ...

'Home Videos’ help explain Council business

A suite of ‘how to’ animated videos is helping people understand Hutt City Council’s building and consenting processes.

Go Beyond the Page these school holidays

Get prepared for a festival of literary proportions! Beyond the Page Children & Youth Literary Festival is bringing a packed ...

Help Clubhouse brake your cycle

Naenae Clubhouse needs bikes, now, in time for the Hutt Winter Festival show from 14 – 23 of July. ...

Residential intensification survey results

The vision of growing and rejuvenating Lower Hutt is dependent on having sufficient housing and a wider range of housing ...

Local businesses helping make Lower Hutt light spectacular extra special

Lower Hutt businesses are joining Hutt City Council to deliver HighLight: Carnival of Lights later this year.

Aquifer water back on tap for public

Hutt Valley residents and others in the Wellington region with a taste for water drawn straight from the Waiwhetu Aquifer ...

New parking policy to support Council's rejuvenation strategies

Hutt City Council is looking to develop a parking policy – the first time Council has taken a city-wide, long-term ...

Fraser Park sport and community facility construction to begin

The green light has been given to the construction of a $12 million sport and community facility at Lower Hutt’s ...

New Community Funding Strategy for City

A significant change to the way Hutt City Council allocates funding was approved at a Council meeting last night (23 ...

We’re highlighting Lower Hutt with brand new events

The mysterious lights shining from the top of Lower Hutt’s War Memorial Library finally have an explanation.

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