Local manufacturing alive and well in the Wellington region
In early February, members of the project team travelled to Levin to visit the site of two factories where structural parts of the Naenae Pool and Fitness Centre are being made.
Government funding confirmed for resilience projects in Lower Hutt
Hutt City Council has secured $8.36M from the Government’s Better off Fund.
New game makes recycling in Lower Hutt even easier
Recycling in Te Awa Kairangi ki Tai Lower Hutt just got way more fun with the new Too Good To Waste board game.
Revised costs for Tupua Horo Nuku seawall and shared path project
Hutt City Council has received revised cost estimates for the Tupua Horo Nuku project showing that the new seawalls and shared path will cost a total of $79 million to complete.
Maungaraki School’s new library to open to the public
Maungaraki School, Hutt City Libraries, and the Maungaraki community are joining forces to operate a new purpose-built library and community space. The new building has been built in the school grounds and when officially opened in March, will bring full library services to the Western Hills of Lower Hutt.
Hutt City Council joins the Welcoming Communities programme
Immigration New Zealand (INZ) is pleased to announce Hutt City Council among the latest group of councils to join the Welcoming Communities programme.
Work begins on new Naenae community centre
A blessing has been held today to mark the beginning of construction on a new community centre for Naenae.
A summer of fun in Te Awa Kairangi ki Tai Lower Hutt
We’re well into summer and Hutt City Council has collected a great programme of activities, programmes, and events across the whole of Te Awa Kairangi ki Tai Lower Hutt to entertain people of all ages
Hutt City Council supports lowering the voting age to 16
Hutt City Council voted on Tuesday to endorse the Make It 16 campaign to lower the voting age in New Zealand to 16 for local and central government elections. The Government recently announced it will introduce a Bill to Parliament lowering the voting age, and Council’s decision supports that.
Yule have a great Lower Hutt Christmas
‘Tis the season for many people throughout Te Awa Kairangi ki Tai Lower Hutt to have a Christmas break – including us here at Hutt City Council. To make sure everything runs as smooth as the ice in the North Pole, here’s what you need to know-ho-ho about our sites and services over the break.