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The Dublin Street Bridge will be closed for resurfacing work from 6.00am to 5.00pm on Saturday, 24 February 2018.
he PopUp Business School Aotearoa is ready to kick off in Whanganui. The booked out ten-day course will include practical sessions and guest speakers from 9.30 am to 2.30 pm each day.
In 2017, Whanganui’s population rose by 700 people.
The PopUp Business School is coming to Whanganui in February.
Whanganui District Council is sharing tips for people who enjoy beekeeping – to help them avoid becoming a nuisance to neighbours over the summer season.
The Sarjeant Gallery Trust is delighted to receive a $10million Government grant toward its redevelopment
Whanganui is getting a new freedom camping facility and public toilets in Jerusalem and on Anzac Parade.
Whanganui Rocks is back, which means it’s time for a rock hunt with your family and friends.
We want your feedback on the Council's draft property portfolio investment plan.
Whanganui District Council invites submissions on a bylaw and a policy which opened for public consultation on 15 December 2017.
The Whanganui District Council has made changes to bylaws which relate to parking regulations and speed limits in the Whanganui District.
New signage and historical panels are now in place for the Durie Hill elevator
The Welcoming Communities Standard pilot programme was launched on Tuesday 12 December
Thirty-four new citizens have been officially welcomed to Whanganui.
A new Council stained glass windows depicts the first European settlers arriving.
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.