Rubbish and recycling collections continue as usual on Anzac Day, Tuesday 25 April.
ERIC is here to help – the one-stop shop called ERIC (Earthquake Recovery Information Centre) helps people and businesses to recover after the Novembe...
The pedestrian walkway between Avon and Volga Streets in Island Bay was closed to the public on 17 January 2017 due to a safety risk.
Strengthening unreinforced masonry is a priority over the next year as we continue to support Wellington becoming a resilient city.
During December and January we undertook actions to ensure public safety through a new round of targeted building assessments.
Getting back to business as usual and being prepared for future events is an important part of earthquake recovery and resilience. If the recent quake has interrupted your business, here are some things that you can do, and some things the Earthquake Recovery Information Centre (ERIC) can help you with.
Earthquakes can be a huge disruption to family, home, work, and life – and recovery takes time. If you have been affected by the recent quake, here are some things that you can do, and some things the Earthquake Recovery Information Centre (ERIC) can help you with.
Information about the Reading Car Park, and the Courtenay Central and Tory Street cordon.
Information about 61 Molesworth Street.
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