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Whanganui District Council

24. 04. 2017

Opening hours and closures for Whanganui District Council services and facilities for Anzac Day.

Thirty eight people viewed Jupiter from the WARD

22. 04. 2017

Thirty eight people viewed Jupiter from the WARD observatories Cook scope last night. That such a clear night and a moonless sky made for excellent viewing. With daylight saving now out of the equation we open the Observatory at 7.30 pm.. our WINTER hours. That a small group of knowledgeable folk give their time for you and for zero profit.; We ask that you donate $2 per adult or $5 for the family group.For the costs of running the observatory. ~ The in the middle of town observatory is handy,

ANZAC DAY ~ Tuesday, 25 April 2017. All District Library...

21. 04. 2017

ANZAC DAY ~ Tuesday, 25 April 2017. All District Library branches will be closed in commemoration of ANZAC Day. We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday, 26 April when we resume our normal opening hours. ~ Nau Mai, Haere Mai.

Whanganui District Council

21. 04. 2017

Internationally-renowned artist Christine Cathie is the first to exhibit at New Zealand Glassworks - Te Whare Tūhua o Te Ao (NZG) since its opening last year.

Victoria University of Wellington will be holding an...

21. 04. 2017

Victoria University of Wellington will be holding an information evening at the Centre on the 11th of May. The aim of this evening is to help students, parents, whānau, and the wider community, find out more about studying and life at Victoria and learn what sets them apart. Event Schedule: 5.30-6pm Early bird Māori student’s session 6.00-6.20pm Light refreshments will be served as people arrive + faculty expo 6.20-6.55pm Studying & Accommodation at Victoria session 7.00pm onwards Faculty

Whanganui District Council

21. 04. 2017

Paul Langland has been working hard the last few weeks to create our amazing new track at the Community Bike Park. Today is the last day of the build so come down and take a look! A huge thanks to Paul and his team of helpers for working so hard to create this track for us. Check out Paul's videos on you tube. He is seriously talented! Thank you to the Four Regions Trust for supporting the second stage of this immense project. Without some additional funds we could not have secured the services