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Mayor Hamish McDouall and Chief Executive Kym Fell welcomed a group of new citizens on October 10
Whanganui District Council is currently seeking your feedback on the following policies, plan and bylaw.
Farmers and other users of agrichemicals and pesticides are being urged to check their sheds and chemical stores for DDT or other banned pesticides as part of the Great DDT Muster.
Whanganui District Council facilities and services will have amended hours for Labour Day, Monday 23 October.
Locals and visitors alike will benefit from new services at Whanganui’s visitor centre.
Whanganui District Council says pellets seen at the Virginia Lake reserve were rabbit bait placed by a contractor managing pest control at the Council-owned park.
Find out more about how you can prepare for Get Ready Week 2017
Whanganui District Council has approved an updated governance manual for its Council-controlled organisations (CCOs).
Safer Whanganui has commissioned a community needs assessment to gather, analyse and present the latest available Whanganui District injury and safety statistics.
NZG celebrates its first birthday on 29 September 2017 and to celebrate, NZG wants to give you a gift!
A new recycling service for child car seats has launched in Whanganui.
Whanganui District Councillors have opted to include a poll on the electoral system in the next local body elections in 2019.
The Council has already saved more than $100,000 in electricity costs during its LED streetlight replacement project.
Nominations are now open for the Whanganui Sports Hall of Fame to recognise significant sporting achievement in our district.
Whanganui and Japanese city Nagaizumi-cho will celebrate the 30th anniversary of their sister-city relationship next year.
Brian FM, which usually only plays music, has won an award for broadcasting during Whanganui emergencies
Camp Raukawa, north of Whanganui, has become an official Civil Defence Centre to provide a safe place for residents and travellers during an emergency.
Our Councillors want to hear from you before they decide on the electoral system for the next local body elections
Whanganui District Council has been assured there will be no change to the level of service from the rural firefighting team as it becomes part of new agency Fire and Emergency New Zealand (FENZ).
Springvale bike park is closer to being finished, thanks to Sport Whanganui and our generous community