Hutt at Heart

The Winter Woolly Bird Count is back in 2019

Don your winter woollies and binoculars; invite your friends and whānau for a day of bird counting of a different kind!

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Young people running on the beach.

Hutt City Council welcomes focus on well-being

Hutt City Council has welcomed news that the Local Government (Community Well-being) Amendment Bill has passed its third and final reading in Parliament, effectively reinstating the four aspects of community well-being...

The Naenae piano

Have you seen the Naenae piano? Have you played the Naenae piano? What a story this piano has! The story starts with our Lower Hutt Mayor, Ray Wallace being gifted two pianos that were not needed from Epuni School...

Education Minister Chris Hipkins visits Naenae Clubhouse

Education Ministers visit Naenae Clubhouse

Education Minister Chris Hipkins has visited Naenae Clubhouse to find out more about the success it’s having helping young people develop skills and build confidence through the use of technology.

Bright futures ahead for YOUth INSPIRE graduates

Forty more local young people are celebrating being work-ready after graduating from the YOUth INSPIRE programme. The graduates received their certificates and awards from YOUth INSPIRE Kaitiaki, Mayor Ray Wallace at a...

Access Aware

Mobility Parking app comes to Lower Hutt

The free CCS Disability Action Access Aware mobility parking app is about to go live in Lower Hutt. “Disabled people and those with limited mobility will find this new app of enormous benefit when driving around Lower...

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