31 days ago

How are we going to pay $1.3 billion infrastructure bill?

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Years of chronic underfunding means Lower Hutt will need to dig deep to find $1.3 billion to future-proof its ageing water infrastructure.

With 60 per cent of the city’s three waters assets needing to be replaced over the next 30 years, Hutt city councillors will discuss investment options for the next decade at a Long term/Annual Plan meeting on Thursday. In August, Wellington Water Limited presented two options to the Hutt City Council. The infrastructure management company’s preferred “mid option” was an investment of $375 million over the next decade. The “low option” of $204m would not keep pace with growth, council officers say.

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1 day ago

Pet of the Day

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

The Pet of the Day this week is a British shorthair, Zsa Zsa.
Owner Dawn Kelly says Zsa Zsa has not been well and she would love her to have her 15 minutes of fame.

The Pet of the Day will no longer be appearing in the Dominion Post and instead you will find it on Neighbourly every Saturday.
If you want your pet featured, email us on yourpet@dompost.co.nz

4 days ago

Way Back Wednesday

Nicholas Boyack Reporter from Community News

Who recognises this famous photo from the Stuff archives?
Hint: It has come to represent a pivotal moment in New Zealand history.