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  1. Marion Leader, 10. October 2019, 11:34

    Compare this to Wellington where we get ratepayers to spend money on extending the runway and increasing pollution from aircraft fuel.

  2. Curtis Nixon, 10. October 2019, 16:59

    Isn’t it dodgy Hutt Council made and released this decision two days before the end of local council elections? I thought that the concept of purdah https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Purdah_(pre-election_period) applies in which authorities such as councils refrain from announcing new initiatives that may be to the benefit of one or other candidates or parties.

    It would generally be the sitting members who look good in the light of the new programme or initiative.

  3. Henry Filth, 11. October 2019, 17:54

    The new electric Porsche 4wds are due soon.

    Watch this space. . .

  4. Andy Mellon, 11. October 2019, 20:50

    @Marion Leader. Both the main mayoral candidates in Lower Hutt want to build new roads across the city, dividing communities from the city hub and inducing traffic. This is simply trying to mask their inaction elsewhere. Ray Wallace was only this week advocating for road expansion to increase access to the airport.