24 days ago

What do you make of Wellington Airport's expansion plans?

Katie Townshend Reporter from Dominion Post

Passengers using Wellington Airport can expect to be bussed to their aircraft during a billion-dollar revamp.
The 20-year redevelopment will also involve the airport effectively flipping its international and regional terminals. The northern terminal will be used for regional flights instead of the current international flights and the main terminal will be extended to the south and redesigned to cater for international and domestic flights. The airport has also confirmed the $31 million purchase of Miramar golf course, with the land to be used for additional aircraft parking.

More messages from your neighbours
7 hours ago

Household hazardous waste collections 23 & 24th Nov!

The team from Upper Hutt City Council

Hi neighbours, our Hutt Valley councils are joining together to run household hazardous waste collections on

● Saturday, 23 November in the carpark adjacent Upper Hutt Darts Association, Totara Park, and

● Sunday, 24 November in the Riverbank Carpark, entrance on Rutherford Street, Lower Hutt, 10 - 2pm
Find out more

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15 hours ago

SOLD 1T - Its been a busy few weeks for Lee-Anne & Paul

Lee-Anne Walker & Paul Hullett

SOLD 1T - Delighted to have sold 4 Burns Grove, Trentham, Unit 7/5 Lane Street, Wallaceville and 217 Katherine Mansfield Drive, Whitemans Valley. Listed by our colleagues, Team Ledger and sold by Lee-AnneWalker & Paul Hullett. If you are thinking of selling your home or lifestyle property, please get in touch with us on 0800 SOLD 1T (0800 765 318) - You will make more money selling through HARCOURTS! - Talk to us about how we can achieve a premium price for your home too.

16 hours ago

Omāroro Open Day

The Team from Wellington Water

We’re hosting a community open day ahead of the next stage for the Omāroro pipelines project. Once built, Omāroro Reservoir will make the city’s water supply much more resilient in case of a disaster or operational failure. Right now, we’re installing the large pipes that will connect the reservoir to the existing network.

This next stage involves closing Wallace Street, Mt Cook, to traffic for a few months. A diversion will be in place via Wright St, and Adelaide Road will be the main route into the city to and from the south.

Interested? You’re welcome to attend the community drop-in session on Sunday 17 November 11am – 2pm at Massey University Executive Suite, Gate A, Wallace St. See you there.