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Kāpiti Kiwi Night Encounter

Kāpiti Kiwi Night Encounter

This is your chance to share in the night world of kiwi. Watch our birds…

April 13, 2021
Independent process review of Kāpiti Gateway

Independent process review of Kāpiti Gateway

The Kāpiti Coast District Council has engaged consultants Martin Jenkins to undertake an independent process…

April 13, 2021
NZ could be a global digital health leader because of covid

NZ could be a global digital health leader because of covid

The covid pandemic is an opportunity to make New Zealand a world-class digital health technology…

April 13, 2021

Books ‘come alive’ for Halloween Haunted Library

October 22, 2020

The books will be coming alive at Te Takeretanga o Kura-hau-pō this Halloween. On Saturday 31 October, Te Takeretanga o Kura-hau-pō will be getting into the spirit of Halloween and hosting The Haunted Library night for the first time to get families to celebrate Halloween.A family friendly session will run from 6pm to 7.30pm, with a scarier session for those wanting to brave the frights from 8pm…

Horowhenua continues to outpace the country

October 15, 2020

The population growth rate in Horowhenua will continue to outpace the rest of New Zealand for the next decade, a review of the Horowhenua Socio-Economic Projections has found.The review, by Sense Partners, was carried out during the COVID-19 Lockdown and considered the COVID crises and subsequent border closures.The review predicts 2.6% growth every year between now and 2029 compared to 1.2% growth nationally. From 2029 to 2039, the…

Community invited to help shape the future of Horowhenua

October 8, 2020

Horowhenua District Council is inviting the community to help shape one of its most important strategic plans.A survey that will inform Council’s Long Term Plan 2021-2041 is now open, and Mayor Bernie Wanden is encouraging people to have a say.’Our Long Term Plan is the key document that sets out Council’s priorities for the next 20 years. As we develop the plan, decisions will need to be…

New roundabout opens to improve safety at Tiro Tiro Road

October 8, 2020

A new roundabout has opened to improve safety at the intersection of Queen Street and Tiro Tiro Road in Levin.The roundabout is one of two safety improvement projects currently underway on Levin’s busiest local road, Queen Street: the intersection with Tiro Tiro Road, and the section between Oxford Street and Salisbury Street. These two projects are being funded by $1.65 million from the Provincial Growth Fund to…

The Mahi Space – a new co-working space for Levin

October 2, 2020

A new co-working and collaboration work area, The Mahi Space, is open at Te Takeretanga o Kura-hau-pō in Levin. The Provincial Growth Fund will provide $400,000 to help run the space, which aims to boost business operations in Levin. Manager Narita Dixon says The Mahi Space is ideal for business people, start-ups, small businesses, self-employed people, entrepreneurs, those working from home or commuters who need a place…

Applications open for Community Support Grant

October 1, 2020

Applications are now open for the second round of Horowhenua District Council’s new Community Support Grant. The Community Support Grant aims to support community initiatives that enhance wellbeing and social connectedness in the wake of COVID-19. Applications are open to non-profit organisations meeting grant criteria to assist with projects, events and costs associated with responses to the COVID-19 pandemic and support for community recovery. An amount of…

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