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Shock Doctrine and Bullying Being Used to Bring in Water Meters

Saturday, 27 January 2024, 1:49 pm | Wellington Residents Coalition

The Regional Council and the Minister of Local Government have bullied the Mayor, and are bullying the City Council and ultimately the citizens of Wellington into accepting water meters. The Greater Wellington Regional Council has threatened the ... More >>

Open letter to Chief Executive Officer WCC - Water

Wednesday, 25 June 2003, 11:08 am | Wellington Residents Coalition

The Wellington Residents’ Coalition, invoking the Official Information Act requests information that details any plan to use compulsory metering for residents’ water supplies and the introduction of user charged for water. More >>

Mayor Pulls the Plug on Residents' Group

Friday, 20 June 2003, 9:53 am | Wellington Residents Coalition

The Wellington Residents' Coalition's deputy convenor had the microphone turned off while presenting a petition to the mayor on behalf of the Coalition at the full council meeting 18 June. The brief background to the petition provided by the convenor breached ... More >>

Trade in Water- Public Meeting Wellington June 22

Tuesday, 17 June 2003, 12:55 am | Wellington Residents Coalition

The Wellington and Hutt City Councils decided on April 30 to put water services- water supply and waste water-into a joint water trading organisation which will operate under commercial law and be open to ompetition from from private companies,New Zealand ... More >>

Residents’ worst fears realised

Friday, 2 May 2003, 6:24 pm | Wellington Residents Coalition

From July Wellington and Hutt City’s water will be under the control of a profit making company. On Wednesday, Wellington City Council agreed to establish a joint water management unit with Hutt City Council as a council-controlled trading organisation.(Those ... More >>




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