The benches on the Hardy Street frontage of the Nelson Provincial Museum have recently been occupied by a person who is staying there during the day and sleeping overnight.
Many Nelsonians will have noticed an unpleasant odour around the city over the past few days.
Te Kaunihera o Whakatū (Nelson City Council) has adopted its 2017/18 Annual Report, with Acting Deputy Mayor Ian Barker noting the positive picture around Council’s financial performance over the last year.
This year’s Top of the South Community Trapping Workshop is scheduled for Saturday 27th October, 8.30am -3 pm at the Headingly Centre, Richmond
Participants will hear what local trapping groups are doing and be updated on predator control strategies for the region.
Included is a presentation from Graeme Elliot from the Department of Conservation on seed mast events and predator dynamics.
The day will also feature practical sessions looking at:
With the arrival of spring and the longer, warmer evenings on their way, what better time to announce that the café at Founders Heritage Park re-opens shortly with new tenants.
At a special briefing today, councillors were advised that new investment in Nelson’s community housing stock might be possible working with partners Housing New Zealand, the Ministry of Housing and Urban Development and the Nelson Tasman Housing Trust.
Nelson Arts Festival opens this Thursday with a stunning line-up of shows, talks, events, exhibitions and the much-anticipated Masked Parade & Carnivale.
Bloom – Flower and Garden Festival’ is traditionally Nelson’s annual celebration of spring and it’s now less than a week away!
Nelson City Council Mayor and Deputy Chair of LGNZ’s Regional Sector, Rachel Reese, says that the announcement yesterday, by Minister for the Environment David Parker and Agriculture Minister Damien O’Connor, of the Government’s blueprint to improve freshwater quality will support and strengthen Council’s commitment to an increased focus on freshwater and the coastal environment.
At its meeting yesterday the Regional Transport Committee resolved to recommend to Council that the Nelson Regional Land Transport Plan (RLTP) 2015-21 is varied to include a total of $4.97M for “Noise Improvements” and $350,000 for “Safety Enhancements on the State Highway Network”.