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HCC Long Term Plan (next 10 years) consultation


HCC are carrying out this consultation to get your feedback on our draft 2024-2034 10 Year Plan. In the Consultation Document they’ve set out our direction and priorities across all areas – including infrastructure, our services and facilities, environmental initiatives, and overall financial planning. We want to hear what you think about the proposals they’ve made in this draft plan. It’s one of our most important 10 Year Plans, so get involved and help us take the next steps! Here you’ll find: Direct links to our feedback form – click through and have your say today! More information about the four key issues we


Anzac Day is usually commemorated by the Eastbourne Community at the war memorial adjacent to Muritai School, followed by refreshments at the Eastbourne Sports and Services Club. Anzac Day is observed on 25 April. It commemorates New Zealanders killed in war and honours returned and serving servicemen and women. Anzac Day dates 1916 – Anzac Day gazetted as a half-day holiday 1921 – Anzac Day becomes a full public holiday 1939 – Dawn ceremony widely included in New Zealand Anzac Day commemorations for the first time 1949 – Legislation passed preventing Anzac Day from being 'Mondayised' 1966 – Current Anzac Day Act liberalises activities allowed

ANZAC Day Citizens Service

Memorial Gates, Muritai School 166 Muritai Road, Eastbourne, Lower Hutt 5013, Lower Hutt, Wellington, New Zealand

10 am Citizens Service at the War Memorial Gates at Muritai School. A march will precede the Service - assembling at Ballinger Gardens from 9.30. The club will be open post the Service for Morning Tea.

Wellington Electricity Community Info evening

East Harbour Womens Club 145 Muritai Road, Eastbourne, Lower Hutt, Wellington, New Zealand

Wellington Electricity invites you to a community gathering at East Harbour Women's Club in Eastbourne. The event offers an opportunity to learn more about Wellington Electricity and engage with our team. Please join us for a short presentation and light refreshments. There will be a Q&A session but we also welcome questions by email in advance of the event, or at any time. RSVP is appreciated for catering reasons. Please let us know if you’d like to attend,  via email, by Friday 26 April . RSVP:

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Resilience Expo Digital Display Rotation (Eastbourne Library inside & outside) - click anywhere to close.