Whanganui District Council

COUNCIL MEETING - 6 SEPTEMBER 20

COUNCIL MEETING - 6 SEPTEMBER 2017 Thanks to everyone who took part in our voting system survey which closed last week. Tomorrow, councillors will be discussing the results in order to decide on next steps in reviewing our voting system. Be sure to tune in and see the outcome here on Facebook, on our YouTube page or on on our website. Visit our website for the full agenda: http://bit.ly/2x6aSp8

The Library Quiz, episode 6: more Classic Nursery Rhymes...

24. 02. 2018

The Library Quiz, episode 6: more Classic Nursery Rhymes Message your answers via Facebook by midnight on Wednesday 28 February to be in to win a pack of children’s books. Answers (and explanations) will be posted on Thursday 1 March together with episode 7. 1. A wind-powered bassinet Followed by A fractured limb 2. Festive fare Followed by Fruit extraction 3. Excess of progeny Followed by Corporal punishment 4. A literal myriad Followed by Indeterminate position 5. Trespassing livestock

Viewing of the Moon and with a ISS pass., and

23. 02. 2018

Viewing of the Moon and with a ISS pass., and maybe the Humanity Satellite can be found.

Book Sale is coming soon, Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th of...

23. 02. 2018

Book Sale is coming soon, Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th of March. Get in quick to nab a bargain.

We had the pleasure of presenting Mrs Topia from Upokongaro...

23. 02. 2018

We had the pleasure of presenting Mrs Topia from Upokongaro School with her prize for winning our Nursery Rhyme/Fairy Tale competition. It was lovely to see that the class knew their nursery rhymes. Well done Mrs Topia.

Whanganui District Council

23. 02. 2018

Clear skies over Whanganui today mean work on resurfacing Dublin Street Bridge will go ahead as planned for tomorrow, Saturday 24 February. The bridge will be closed from 6.00am to 5.00pm. Thanks for your patience.

Whether by horseback or donkey cart or bow of boat,...

23. 02. 2018

Whether by horseback or donkey cart or bow of boat, Librarians have been finding ways to get the books to the borrowers.