These large invasive birds are a problem in the Wellington region because they eat and destroy newly germinated seedlings, which sometimes means entire crops need to be re-sown.
We need to protect our region’s environment and economic wellbeing from damage, which is why we aim to remove rooks from our region by 2029.
Find out more about Rooks here - www.gw.govt.nz...
It is obviously an old building being demolished but who knows where?
NZ Blood Service is looking for people who are interested in volunteering at our new mobile blood drive in Avalon. Volunteers will be responsible for serving refreshments and making sure our blood donors are well looked after. Training and support is provided.
There are currently opportunities for both morning and afternoon shifts on Thursdays and Fridays, from mid-November.
For further information, please contact Kathy on the below details:
Katherine.Twydle-McDonald@nzblood.co.nz or 027 552 5174.
RiverLink is a partnership between Hutt City Council, Greater Wellington and Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency working together with our Mana Whenua partners – Ngāti Toa Rangatira and Taranaki Whānui ki te Upoko o te Ika.
We’re working collaboratively to deliver three separate but interdependent projects: flood protection, revitalising Lower Hutt’s central city, and Melling transport improvements.