Get your tamariki excited for summer reading!
Hutt City Council and Upper Hutt City Council collaborate for the second year to proudly launch their summer reading challenge: The Little Read, The Big Read and The Even Bigger Read for tamariki ages 0 to 18.
NZ Post services to be available at Petone Neighbourhood Hub in time for Christmas
From 4 December 2023, the Petone community will have easy access to selected NZ Post services just in time to send off mail for the holiday season, or even a letter to Santa.
Here comes the sun: Summer activities in the Hutt
Summer has arrived! And along with the summer period comes a whole lot of fun. The Hutt is busy with activities, and everyone enjoying the sunshine. So, why not get amongst it and enjoy it too! There’s plenty of things for you and your whānau to do.
Hutt City Council decisions on water infrastructure show urgent reform is needed
Lower Hutt Mayor Campbell Barry says decisions Hutt City Council have made on water infrastructure funding show urgent reform is needed.
Petone to Pito-one: Changing the name of an area
On Tuesday, Hutt City Council agreed to provide a letter of support to the New Zealand Geographic Board to change the spelling of the name Petone to Pito-one.
Hutt City Council to establish Māori Ward
Hutt City Councillors have voted to create a Māori Ward for the 2025 local government elections.
Hutt City Council wins local government website of the year award
Hutt City Council has taken out the 2023 website of the year award. The accolade was presented at last night’s Association of Local Government Information Management (ALGIM) Awards 2023.
Living Wage Week - Hutt City Council is proud to be a Living Wage Employer
With over 380 accredited Living Wage employers across New Zealand, Hutt City Council is one of five New Zealand Councils to gain Living Wage accreditation status.
Tupua Horo Nuku funding approved as first completed section opens to public
Hutt City Council is thrilled to announce the last piece of the jigsaw has fallen into place with additional government funding of $15 million confirmed for Tupua Horo Nuku, the new seawall and shared pathway covering a 4.4km stretch of Marine Drive between Ngau Matau (Point Howard) and Eastbourne.
Hutt City Council adopts 2022-23 Annual Report
Hutt City Council has formally adopted its 2022-23 Annual Report, which reports on the group’s overall performance for the past year to 30 June 2023.