73 days ago

Have your say


The Long Term Plan is open for consultation and we want YOUR input.

We have two main topics we are consulting on. These are:

🚌Should Greater Wellington own the region's bus assets (depots and charging stations)?

Should Greater Wellington own 100% of CentrePort?

The region's buses are owned by private companies and operated on our behalf. We are proposing the ownership of buses, depots, and charging infrastructure to provide long-term security and future-proof facilities.

Currently we own 76.92% of the shares for CentrePort. We are proposing the purchase of the remaining 23.08% to establish 100% control of the shares. Full ownership means CentrePort will remain in public ownership and enable us to determine its future.

Do you agree or disagree with these proposals? Let us know your thoughts in the link below 👇
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6 days ago

Do you volunteer or know someone who does?

The Team from Neighbourly.co.nz

It's NZ Volunteer Week (16-22 June) and we know there are real good sorts in your community.

Often these kind acts and regular volunteering efforts go unnoticed but let's put a stop to that.

Let us know below who is making a difference in your neighbourhood so we can all appreciate them for the great work that they do!

1 day ago

Riddle time neighbours! Can you crack this?

Riddler from The Neighbourly Riddler

What has a head and a tail but no body?

Do you think you know the answer to our daily riddle? Don't spoil it for your neighbours! Simply 'Like' this post and we'll post the answer in the comments below at 2pm.

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1 day ago

Decks decks Ashton building

Pete Ashton from Decks Decks

Decks and structures need maintenance. Just because it stood up to the Christmas crowd is no guarantee it is safe. Nails and fixings can corrode away to the size of toothpicks , timber can rot over time leaving just luck to hold up the structure. Sometimes it can be bolts and fixings that need replacing or something more complicated. Some time ago I was contacted by a Ngaio family , the grandfather had been walking on his deck , as he had for decades , he fell thru a rotten section. Luckily wasn't hurt . How is your deck 🤔 . Contact Pete Ashton 7days 0274403242.