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On May 4 a new group of citizens were welcomed at the Council Chamber
More than 260 submissions were received on the 2017/18 Annual Plan consultation document
The Council is encouraging customers and ratepayers to take part in the first comprehensive national water survey.
Work begins on the next stage of the City to North Mole Shared Pathway.
At the Council meeting on 2 May 2017, Midwest Ferries Limited gave a presentation on its proposed ferry service from Whanganui to Motueka in the South Island.
Whanganui District Council Chief Executive Kym Fell is hitting back at claims that the Council is an overstaffed bureaucracy.
Here are our opening hours and closures for Council services and facilities for Tuesday, 25 April 2017.
The Youth Committee is pleased to announce two exciting initiatives: a recruitment drive for new youth councillors and a round of $600ship funding.
Internationally-renowned artist Christine Cathie is the first to exhibit at New Zealand Glassworks.
Whanganui District Council is advising preparedness and caution as rain and powerful winds hit the region this evening.
We are expecting heavy rain and strong winds up to 140kmph in Whanganui over the next 48 hours
Our infrastructure team has collected an award at the 2017 McGredy Winder Society of Local Government’s (SOLGM) Excellence Awards
Have your say on the Council’s rates, budget and project funding for the coming year.
Mayor Thanks the Community as State of Emergency Lifted
Weather eases overnight
Here's some information about roads and other services following the lifting of the state of emergency
Evacuations of affected areas are due to be complete by 4.00pm this afternoon.
A predicted 8.6 metres at Whanganui City Bridge at 7.00am on Thursday, 6 April 2017 means evaucations will take place today from 12.30pm.
As a precaution Taupo Quay, from Wilson Street to Moutoa Quay, will be closed from 10.00am this morning.
An intense band of rain has now passed further to the north of Whanganui than expected. Evacuations are still likely later.