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.
Hutt City Council celebrates progress in 2021-22 Annual Report
Yesterday Hutt City Council formally adopted its 2021-22 Group Annual Report, which highlights progress in key areas despite a challenging year.
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.
New rating valuations for Hutt City Council
Hutt City Council property owners will soon receive a Notice of Rating Valuation with an updated rating value for their property.
Stories of the Community Cart
Hutt City Council is inviting rangatahi to share your local stories to bring the community cart to life and inspire us to think about the future we want for our neighbourhoods
Naenae pool project reaches construction milestone
The first batch of concrete has been poured to lay the foundations for the new Naenae Pool and Fitness Centre, which is on track to open in 2024.
Upper Hutt Libraries and Hutt City Libraries get behind the Big Read to support young readers
This summer Upper Hutt City Council is joining Hutt City Council in The Big Read
Hutt City Council secures Government funding for walking and cycling projects in Lower Hutt
Hutt City Council has secured a share of the Government’s $350m Transport Choices Package for two Lower Hutt projects aimed at providing safer, cleaner, and greener modes of transport.
Finally, a place to call home
Today nineteen whānau are moving into brand new, fully furnished homes at Te Ara o Takapū Taitā Lower Hutt. A blessing was held on site this morning at dawn led by Te Āti Awa to clear the way for the whānau.
Psychedelic: Rock Posters of the 1960s at The Dowse
JEFFERSON AIRPLANE – FRANK ZAPPA – THE GRATEFUL DEAD – THE DOORS These are just a few of the iconic names that graced the mind-bending rock posters plastered across San Francisco at the height of the psychedelic era. Now, over half a century later these very posters are on display at The Dowse Arts Museum in Lower Hutt, in the only collection of its kind in Aotearoa.