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    • Ngaio Crofton Downs Photo Competition
      • It is time again for our annual photo competition, which we tie in with the AGM. We are very lucky to have photographer Colin McDiarmid (http://www.colin.co.nz/) as our judge again this year. The categories for 2022 have been agreed – … Continue reading →

      • The Council is now asking for feedback on their detailed designs for the Golden Mile The improvements will change the way the Golden Mile will look, feel, and work for Wellingtonians, so it’s important everyone is familiar with the design. … Continue reading →

    • District Plan Changes that affect us
      • At its 23 June meeting when it approved the District Plan that will be notified, the Planning and Environment Committee voted in two changes which are both significant for Ngaio and Crofton Downs. SNA’s The good news is that SNAs … Continue reading →

    • Cycleways to Ngaio
      • You may be aware25 of Paneke Pōneke – the bike network plan for Wellington. The plan guides the development of our cycle network and explains the approach, strategic rationale and how Wellington City Council will work with the community to … Continue reading →

    • WCC Glass Collections
      • This information has been recieved from Wellington City Council – glass collections are again on hold. “Unfortunately, our waste collection contractors are once again operating at reduced capacity due to COVID-19. As a result, glass collections will be put on … Continue reading →

    • Next Recycling Day 2 June
      • Our next recycling day will be on 2 July, 10am to noon at the Ngaio Union Church. This month, in addition to our regular collections, we will also be collecting ewaste. Ewaste does not include TV’s and monitors, but what … Continue reading →

    • New hours – Wellington Libraries
      • Wellington City Council has changed its library hours and many of our programmes and events are resuming. In the last month they’ve been gradually returning to normal staffing levels, and are now ready to extend hours at some branches from … Continue reading →

    • Wadestown Road Closure
      • Passing on this advice from Wellington City Council… We want to advise you of upcoming tree removal work on Wadestown Road. The first phase of work is set to start on Monday 13 June and be completed on Friday 17 … Continue reading →

    • Wadestown Road Closure
      • This in from the Council, advising of upcoming tree removal work on Wadestown Road. The first phase of work is set to start on Monday 13 June and be completed on Friday 17 June. The road may also be closed … Continue reading →

    • Recycling day
      • This Saturday is recycling day again – time to clear your drawers of your collection over the last month! A reminder that what we collect each month is: Plastic lids type 2 – must have the type 2 recycling symbol … Continue reading →

    • Track Planting- Silversky track
      • Diarise Saturday 18 and 25 June as planting dates for Silversky track, between 9 and 12am. All volunteers are welcome. Both plantings are at the top of Silversky track, where it meets the Transpower service road. Park at the end … Continue reading →

    • Ferry terminal redevelopment
      • While this is outside of our area, our members may become aware of work happening at the ferry terminal site in future nights. As part of the ferry terminal redevelopment work, project engineers will be checking for underground services (pipes … Continue reading →

    • May Recycling Day
      • This Saturday is the first of the month again – which means that it is time to drop off your recycling at Ngaio Union Church. And this month we are back in the church – operating out of the boot … Continue reading →

    • What do we collect for recycling?
      • We really enjoy the programme, and meeting our neighbours who come to be part of it. It is really helpful for us when everyone sorts their recycling properly and only bring items that we accept. But please remember – recycling … Continue reading →

    • Roadworks in our area
      • We receive regular updates from Wellington City Council about upcoming roadworks. The table below covers main Council scheduled roadworks for this month, in our local area, or main roads in and out.   Note: dates may change due to weather or … Continue reading →

    • March Recycling Day
      • The recycling programme which is being run by NCDRA and the Ngaio Union Church is undergoing some change that we want everyone to be aware of. Due to the major work being carried out on the church buildings, the church … Continue reading →

    • Update – Ferry Terminal Redevelopment
      • KiwiRail has received approval for the Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington Ferry Terminal Redevelopment project to be considered under the COVID-19 (Fast Track) Act 2020 Consenting process. This provides an alternative consenting pathway for the resource consent, but the proposed redevelopment still … Continue reading →

      • Khandallah Pool to be Rebuilt It is outside of our immediate area, but Khandallah Pool is well used by residents of Ngaio and Crofton Downs, so the Council Decision to rebuild the pool will provide us with a community asset. … Continue reading →

    • Important Change to Recycling
      • The Sustainability Trust has advised that recycling of plastic caps will be changing, as The Tiny Plastic Factory has stpped taking them while it works on a new circular economy solution for plastics in the economy . The have now … Continue reading →

    • Community Picnic Cancelled
      • Unfortunately, under the Red covid response, we have decided to not have our Ngaio Community Picnic in 2022. The restrictions on crowd numbers, spacing, and area fencing have made this impractical to organise and run. The picnic is normally an … Continue reading →

    • Ngaio Crofton Downs Picnic
      • Our picnic will be on again in 2022. We are still working on the programme, but please pencil Sunday 13 March 2022 into your diaries, from 12 noon to 3pm. Covid got in our way last year, but we are … Continue reading →

    • 2021 Photo Competition Winners
      • Thanks to everyone who entered our photo competition, in conjunction with the AGM on 17 November. We had a total of 34 photos entered. Everyone who entered will receive an email over the next couple of days, confirming your free … Continue reading →

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