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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...
There is a very emaciated black and white cat who slips into my house to eat my cats’ food. I have been putting food outside for him but he is definitely lost and very hungry. He is not feral although very wary. He is okay and makes eye contact whilst I stay sitting but slink away when I come closer. Does anyone know of a missing kitty??
The council is surveying residents about transport in Lower Hutt.
The survey follows on from a May 2021 survey that looked at peoples’ travel patterns.
People are asked about the degree to which aspects such as convenience, congestion, cost, parking, safety, and connectedness affect their decision to travel by private vehicle, public transport, or active modes such as walking or cycling.
Lower Hutt Mayor Campbell Barry says the integrated transport strategy is a foundational piece of work for the city as population growth is making it harder to get around.
"This strategy will set out a vision and roadmap for the future of transport in Lower Hutt. We need to ensure that all parts of our transport network work together more effectively so that all users feel they can get around our city safely and efficiently."
What do you think the council should do to ease congestion?