Get unstuck: The Te Awa Kairangi ki Tai school holiday checklist round 2
The school holidays have come back quicker than ever. If you’ve ticked off everything on our school holiday checklist and wondering “now what?” Then you’re in luck! We’ve got another awesome checklist for you and your tamariki to work your way through these school holidays.
Petone Recreation Ground Grandstand assessed as Earthquake Prone
Hutt City Council advises the grandstand and function room at the Petone Recreation Ground will remain closed following confirmation the structure is an Earthquake-Prone Building under the Building Act 2004.
Hutt City Council votes to accept independent recommendations on housing intensification
Hutt City Council has today voted unanimously for government-mandated changes to allow higher and denser housing, particularly around transport hubs.
Your thoughts needed on walking and cycling routes for Taitā and Avalon
The proposed Taitā and Avalon Community Connections project will connect residents and schools with the heart of their communities, and improve the experience of walkers and cyclists, by providing safer transport options that are good for us and our environment.
Dog days are NOT over: Happy International Dog Day!
It’s International Dog Day! And what better way to spend it by celebrating all the wonderful dogs here in Te Awa Kairangi ki Tai Lower Hutt. It's also the perfect time to thank our wonderful Animal Services team and acknowledge all the amazing mahi they do within our community.
Living in a material world: Hutt City Libraries Celebrates Te Marama Hītori ā-whānau | Family History Month:
Hutt City Libraries has been hosting a range of events across their Neighbourhood Hubs to celebrate Family History Month, a time to reflect on our roots and celebrate our unique histories and identities.
Have your say on regional plan to reduce waste
The Wellington Region Waste Management and Minimisation Plan 2023-2029 (WMMP) is all about readying our region for a more environmentally sustainable future, and public feedback is a vital part of the process.
Enter the dark forests of fantasy literature and pop culture in Faerie Land
Faerie Land, opening at The Dowse Art Museum in August, features a mix of new and existing works by UK-based artist Jakob Rowlinson, intertwining the natural world with medieval symbolism, and questioning the bounds of masculinity throughout time.
The story of Te Rū - a deep underground boring machine
Whole ancient totara logs buried beneath Randwick Rd have been bored right through to get a new wastewater pipe from the Barber Grove pumping station to the Seaview Wastewater Treatment Plant.
For the love of parks
Get out and about this weekend in Te Awa Kairangi ki Tai Lower Hutt and check out some of the awesome parks we have.