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Following the recent warm and dry weather, a significant increase in water use, and dropping river levels, a ban on the use of sprinklers and irrigation systems is being put in place for metropolitan Wellington and South Wairarapa.
Following the recent warm and dry weather and a significant drop in river levels, restrictions have been placed on the water takes from the Waiohine River.
Hutt Valley residents are set to benefit from an ambitious project that will strengthen the local wastewater network in event of a major earthquake.
As we dry ourselves off from the most recent weather bomb to explode over the Wellington region, you could be forgiven for thinking we’d taken a brief step back in time. We were last left this drenched over two dismal days in mid-July, which caused a section of pipe between the Whitford Brown interchange and Paremata to burst twice.
Sheena O’Brien is 22 and came to Wellington Water straight from the University of Canterbury. Auckland-born she’s settled into Wellington and is enjoying her first full-time role.