Speed and it's relationship in the outcome of a crash is well known - the faster you go - the bigger the mess - it is a very emotional subject in any conversation with drivers.
Tikipunga and Hikurangi residents have been helping shape the development of their communities as part of our Placemaking programme. Thank you for your input last year!
Urban Designer Alicia Lawrie says the feedback received has helped identify opportunities, future projects and actions to include within these long-term neighbourhood spatial plans.
We've put updated summaries and reports on our website. We are now working on draft Placemaking Plans which the community can give feedback on before they are formally presented to Council for adoption later this year.
Stuff's live blog has the latest information on the Northland community case of Covid-19. As of Wednesday, none of the case's close contacts have tested positive for coronavirus and queues at community-based testing stations have eased.
The iconic Ninety Mile Beach/Te Oneroa-a-Tōhe is about to come under a new beach management plan, which includes rules to help turn the tide on damage and neglect. It includes news speed limits on the beach of 60kmh, reducing to 30kmh within 200m of entrances. What do you think?