Ōhāriu

Fri 24 Mar 2017
| Ōhāriu

When neighbours become good friends ... Well, I never thought I'd use a line from an Aussie soap in a newsletter but there's always a first time.

Thu 9 Mar 2017
| Ōhāriu

It has been a particularly busy return to work for me as election year 2017 has got under way.

Tue 15 Dec 2015
| Ōhāriu

Ngaio School will be one of two major beneficiaries of a new $12.3m investment announced by the Associate Minister of Education, Hon Nikki Kaye.

Thu 10 Dec 2015
| Ōhāriu

Wellington City Council's programme of encouraging more medium-density housing within its environs has caused some community angst. Johnsonville, in the heart of the Ohariu electorate, is one target for new housing rules, as are Karori and Khandallah.

Thu 29 Oct 2015
| Ōhāriu

Parliament's recent recess gave me a chance to choose my Youth MP for the Youth Parliament to sit next July. Newlands College student Stefan McClean was the successful candidate.

Thu 15 Oct 2015
| Ōhāriu

National List MP based in Ōhāriu Brett Hudson welcomes the announcement by the Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills & Employment Steven Joyce that three Wellington tertiary education providers will jointly host the region’s new Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Graduate School.

Mon 5 Oct 2015
| Ōhāriu

National-list MP Brett Hudson joined other Wellington-based colleagues this month to meet Wellington Regional Economic Development Agency (WREDA) chair Peter Biggs and CEO Chris Whelan.

Thu 24 Sep 2015
| Ōhāriu

Press Release from Scott Simpson, Chair of the Local Government and Environment Committee

New laws that change the governance of Wellington’s natural public space are up for discussion and Wellingtonians are being invited to have their say to Parliament’s Local Government and Environment Committee.

Mon 10 Aug 2015
| Ōhāriu

I joined Hon Nikki Kaye at Ngaio School recently to celebrate the opening of a new classroom block and hall.

Tue 9 Jun 2015
| Ōhāriu

National MPs Paul Foster-Bell, Brett Hudson, and Chris Bishop say they are pleased the Local Government Commission has listened to the local people and decided not to go ahead with a single ‘super city’ council for Wellington and Wairarapa.