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Front-line services to be modernised and improved
Mark Ward has been appointed to lead Whanganui District Council’s economic development arm.
Provincial Growth Fund invests $400,000 in hub
Track links Tawhero and St Marcellin schools
Three new arrivals for the New Zealand International Commercial Pilot Academy
In January a new self-service library is opening in Whanganui East
New principal sponsor - patillo - announced
The vibe. music festival, organised by the Council's Youth Committee, returns on 15 December 2018.
Check out opening hours for our services and facilities on Monday, 22 October
Although currently closed for repairs, the Durie Hill Elevator has been well-maintained and is in good shape for its years.
Test on a dog who died have been inconclusive and do not support rat or slug bait toxicity
The Council asks community about kerbside rubbish and recycling services
Queen's Park will be known as Pukenamu Queen's Park
Treated wastewater from the new Whanganui wastewater treatment plant is already well within the conditions of its temporary resource consent.
23 new New Zeland citizens have been welcomed at a ceremony at the Council Chamber
Check out the new painted alleyway between George’s Fisheries and Embassy 3.
Rural land in the North West of Whanganui has been rezoned so more than 450 houses could be built.
Traffic signals will be switched on before the end of September.
A 40-year forestry investment has come to fruition with four forestry blocks sold to reduce debt for Whanganui.
NZTA has confirmed $2.6 million towards roading infrastructure and active transport in Whanganui.