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Mayor Annette Main has welcomed the granting of resource consent for the Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui redevelopment project.
Funding from the Youth Committee will bring 'The 4.30 Show' to town
The government’s commitment to the national Computers in Homes digital literacy programme is continuing.
Results from the Joint Wanganui District Council and UCOL Taskforce are emerging, with plans revealed today that will secure a strong footing for the polytechnic in the future.
Entries for the Trustpower Energy Direct Whanganui District Community Awards are open for 2014 and groups or organisations working for the benefit of the Wanganui District are encouraged to apply.
Robert Bell, co-founder of the Intelligent Community Forum, says communities such as Whanganui can choose between stagnating under job losses or embracing technology to create more jobs
Central government plans for a Manawatu-Whanganui Regional Growth Study that will prioritise investment and economic development opportunities for the Horizons region has been welcomed by the region’s leaders.
Two items to be discussed at the Wanganui District Council’s Strategy and Policy Committee meeting on July 10 aim to reduce significant health issues for people in the district.
Wanganui District Council Property Manager Rowan McGregor is urging the public to report suspicious activity at Rotokawau Virginia Lake after a swan was shot and two others poisoned.
Thirty people received New Zealand citizenship today and were officially welcomed to Wanganui by Mayor Annette Main.
Write the Whanganui Festival of Cultures theme song!
Mayor Annette Main said she has been advised that the Parole Board today declined Mr Wilson’s application for parole.
Mayor Annette Main is very pleased that progress towards a well-functioning wastewater plant will gain momentum now that a contractor has been chosen to build the new plant.
Wanganui District Council will be stepping up its patrols of parking on Taupo Quay this weekend and the following weekend.
Mayor Annette Main today said the Wanganui District Council is “absolutely confident” in the design for the new wastewater treatment plant.
Traffic signals at two major city intersections will be temporarily out of action next week and motorists are urged to take care.
Mayor Annette Main today said the Wanganui District Council has been able to respond positively to a number of issues of concern raised by the community through the Annual Plan process.
Bringing online services to our community
Mayor Annette Main today said Wanganui District Council’s meeting to discuss the Annual Plan for 2014/15 will be adjourned early on Wednesday to allow representatives to attend the funeral for Alistair Polson.
Mayor Annette Main is encouraging people to register their interest in arts short courses being developed by Whanganui UCOL.