Hutt at Heart

Homelessness on the rise

The number of homeless families and individuals in Lower Hutt has increased significantly over the past 12 years, according to Hutt City Council...

Stories of our heritage – Hutt City Council Archives

Hutt City Council Archives hold the corporate memory of Council from its earliest beginnings, as well as the records of Lower Hutt’s boroughs, boards...

Libraries support community food banks in time for Christmas

The October ‘Food for fines’ promotion at Hutt City Libraries has been declared a resounding success.

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Warmer, drier homes with our Eco Design Advisor

Did you know that we have an Eco Design Advisor (EDA)? Whether you’re a homeowner or a tenant, your house is old or new, our EDA can help with free and independent advice about the health of your home. They can help you...

The Lower Hutt beautification project

Hutt City Council has been working tirelessly over the past year on a range of beautification projects across our city. These projects are not only aimed at creating beautiful communities around Lower Hutt but to also...

Fireworks display

Stay safe in Lower Hutt this Guy Fawkes

With Guy Fawkes upon us, we are reminding you to exercise caution when enjoying fireworks and to observe alcohol free zones. Alcohol free zones are in place along Petone Foreshore at all times and in Days Bay from 6pm...

Children at Waterloo School playing

Trail-er blazing risk into the playground

This story is shared with us by the Daily Encourager, news that builds people up.   Sam Dickie’s treasured memories of playing with her father’s tools in the backyard have sparked a new type of adventure play in Lower...

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