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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Local Politics articles  Local Politics
    Hastings District Council has decided not to open Splash Planet this summer, for the first time since 1998
     28 October 2021
    Hastings District Council has decided not to open Splash Planet this summer, for the first time since 1998
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    Cars are about to become more a rarity in central Wellington
    27 Oct: Cars are about to become more a rarity in central Wellington... more
    The Green Party says the Government should hit the pause button on its Three Waters reforms... to fully address concerns from councils and communities
    27 Oct: The Green Party says the Government should hit the pause button on its Three Waters reforms... to fully address concerns from councils and communities... more
    Auckland Council's doing what it can to support local businesses hit by Covid-19
    22 Oct: Auckland Council's doing what it can to support local businesses hit by Covid-19... more
    The mayor of Queenstown and Wanaka is asking people to behave
    13 Oct: The mayor of Queenstown and Wanaka is asking people to behave... more
    An oversight by New Plymouth District Council's meant nearly 50 thousand dollars worth of incorrect speeding tickets handed out
    11 Oct: An oversight by New Plymouth District Council's meant nearly 50 thousand dollars worth of incorrect speeding tickets handed out... more
    China's long history of street food is at risk, as governments try to clean up cities
    8 Oct: Chinese street food vendors are in a battle with governments, with strict regulations threatening their businesses.... more
    Wellington's Mayor says it's inevitable Covid-19 will spread beyond Auckland and Waikato
    6 Oct: Wellington's Mayor says it's inevitable Covid-19 will spread beyond Auckland and Waikato... more
    Mayors and councillors want answers about how the alert level borders will work
    4 Oct: Mayors and councillors want answers about how the alert level borders will work... more
    Wellingtonians are being urged to have their say, on a proposed to ramp up the building of cycleways
    24 Sep: Wellingtonians are being urged to have their say, on a proposed to ramp up the building of cycleways... more

     Most Popular Recent Local Politics News
     11 Oct: An oversight by New Plymouth District Council's meant nearly 50 thousand dollars worth of incorrect speeding tickets handed out ++++++
     08 Oct: China's long history of street food is at risk, as governments try to clean up cities ++++++
     06 Oct: Wellington's Mayor says it's inevitable Covid-19 will spread beyond Auckland and Waikato ++++++
     13 Oct: The mayor of Queenstown and Wanaka is asking people to behave +++++
     04 Oct: Mayors and councillors want answers about how the alert level borders will work ++++
     27 Oct: Cars are about to become more a rarity in central Wellington ++++
     27 Oct: The Green Party says the Government should hit the pause button on its Three Waters reforms... to fully address concerns from councils and communities +++

     Local Politics NewsLinks
      22 Oct: On the tiles: economy panel looks at government's books, inflation, interest rates (NZ Herald)
      4 Oct: Invercargill deputy mayor: councils should have mayoral by-election option (Stuff.co.nz)
      2 Oct: Focus on politics: councils tap out of three waters as minister steams ahead (RadioNZ)
      4 Sep: The new leaders of change: the time to act on climate change is now (Stuff.co.nz)
      11 Aug: Education could be key to reversing local body politics disinterest (Stuff.co.nz)
      19 Jul: Flags fly as waikato regional council's central complex unveiled (Stuff.co.nz)
      5 Jun: A taxidermist, a trumpeter and a doctor; shelly bay's last artists say goodbye as eviction looms (Stuff.co.nz)
      9 Mar: The passion and pain over māori wards (NZ Herald)
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