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Whanganui District Councillors have formally adopted a consultation document which sets out the main issues they want to address in their 2018-2028 Long Term Plan.
Whanganui District Council has announced new appointments to the Board of Whanganui & Partners which will complement the organisation’s governance team.
The Whanganui River has peaked at Pipiriki and is now slowly dropping.
River levels and roading update
The group was welcomed by Mayor Hamish McDouall at a citizenship ceremony.
Around 30 aspiring entrepreneurs have graduated from a 10-day PopUp Business School held in Whanganui recently.
Regional leaders welcome $6 million from the government for the Whanganui Port and rail line upgrade.
High winds are starting to be experienced in the Whanganui District.
The Dublin Street Bridge will be closed for resurfacing work from 6.00am to 5.00pm on Saturday, 24 February 2018.
The 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.