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100% Sweet, which supports young people into productive futures, has received a boost thanks to Whanganui & Partners, the Council’s economic development agency.
Whanganui District Library now has eMagazines available.
The stock pound is being relocated to Montgomery Reserve.
A new programme is encouraging people to get back on their bikes this summer.
Whanganui District Council’s Building Control team is encouraging swimming and spa pool owners to keep everyone safe this summer.
EnviroWaste is no longer selling pink stickers for rubbish bag collection as they are moving to a wheelie bin only service.
Education and primary industries are on the agenda at scheduled talks between New Zealand and Chinese Mayors.
The War Memorial Centre will be earthquake strengthened to 67 per cent of the New Building Standard
Whanganui District Councillors decided not to opt for a Local Easter Sunday Trading policy for Whanganui, after robustly debating the issue at a Statutory Management Committee last week.
Refurbishments made to the Splash Centre mean a partial closure, but the Whanganui East Pool will be open before Christmas.
Library-goers are now able to check-in and check-out books with new self-service technology.
A new box office at the Opera House opens on Monday, 20 November 2017.
The Innovation Quarter will maximise partnerships and opportunities for Whanganui
Phones which are capable will receive Emergency Mobile Alerts if life, health or property is in serious danger.
Whanganui District Council is considering permanently closing two St John’s Hill walkways and doing repair work on another.
Deadlines are now in place for LIM applications, building and resource consents.
Under the Te Awa Tupua Treaty settlement for the Whanganui River a whole of river strategy group, to be called Te Kōpuka, will be formally established in the coming months.
Whanganui District Council has appointed a new General Manager, Philippa Ivory, to lead its economic development arm, Whanganui & Partners.
Council backs Sarjeant Gallery Redevelopment to help secure funding
Two remaining major works required on the Whanganui River Road are expected to be completed by June 2018.