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Carterton District Council is disappointed to announce the cancellation of the 2020 Daffodil Festival due to today’s announcement from the government that Wairarapa will remain in alert level 2 until at least 16 September. The council has been planning and preparing...
24 August 2020 We appreciate your patience whilst we waited for today’s announcement regarding NZ’s Covid Levels. We have decided to delay making a final decision about the 2020 Daffodil festival until next week. This will give us more time to ensure we have the...
Representatives from Hurunui-o-Rangi Marae led Carterton District Council’s elected members, managers and senior staff members on a journey of wāhi tapu, sharing Carterton’s Māori history at sites of significance across the district. Ra Smith, joined by Te...
5 August 2020 The Wairarapa Trails Action Group and Greytown Trails Trust are delighted at today’s funding announcement made by Hon Julie Anne Genter, which will see the construction of the Five Towns Trail Tauherenikau Suspension Bridge get underway within the next...