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100th birthday to be marked with a public ceremony
Whanganui is a finalist in the Most Beautiful City and Best Street categories
Community engagement is underway
Whanganui District Council has approved the appointment of two new members to the Whanganui & Partners Board, taking the Board back to a full contingent.
Registration event at Article on Wednesday
Ngā Tāngata Tiaki o Whanganui, through its investment arm Te Ngakinga o Whanganui Trust (Te Ngakinga), has purchased the buildings comprising the former St George's School site in Grey Streeet, Whanganui from the YMCA, in a joint venture with Whanganui District Council Holdings Ltd (WDCHL).
Nominations for Elections 2019 close at 12 noon on Friday, 16 August 2019
Join a Whanganui Heritage month tour
Whanganui District Council’s Chief Executive, Kym Fell, is encouraging people to stand for Council in October.
Whanganui District Council has granted resource consent to demolish the Thain’s Building at 1 Victoria Avenue.
Whanganui District Council to use composting service
Whanganui District Council has adopted its new Sport and Recreation Facilities Strategy
Whanganui District Council is continuing work to determine the scope, viability and cost of putting a roof on the Whanganui Velodrome
Twenty-five new citizens were welcomed in a ceremony in the Council Chamber this month
Limited edition ‘golden tickets’ to ride the Durie Hill Elevator are now on sale at Whanganui i-SITE and the elevator
Chief Executive, Kym Fell, says the extensively fire-damaged Thain's Building cannot be saved.
Ever thought about running for Whanganui District Council? Not sure what politics is all about?
Mark the date – the Light Up Bike Spectacle, this year re-named Lights On Bikes, will be back in September
To celebrate the Durie Hill Elevator's centenary, a unique part of its history is on display at Whanganui i-SITE
Whanganui River Markets stall this month