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Useful links to other websites and reports which provide further information on the catchment, the harbour and planned projects to improve the harbour environment. Annual General Meeting Reports and Financials: AGM 2018/19 Report (PDF) AGM 2018/19 Audited Accounts (PDF) AGM  Repo…read more

Meet the Trustees

The Trust currently has thirteen trustees, made up of three Nominated trustees, eight appointed trustees and two advisory trustees. Nominated Trustees Jenny Brash, representing the Greater Wellington Regional Council Peter Gilberd representing Wellington City Council Anita Baker …read more

Annual "State of the Harbour" Scorecard

The Porirua Harbour Trust (PHT) has an important role in supporting the community, the councils, Ngati Toa and agency action to make positive changes to the ecosystems of the catchment and harbour, ensuring the Porirua Harbour and Catchment Strategy and Action Plan is implemented…read more

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Founding Trustees

Meet all the Founding Trustees who assisted with the set up during 2010 and culminating with the Trust being formed as of March 2011.  Grant Baker (Inaugural Chairperson) Grant worked with Porirua, Wellington and Greater Wellington Councils and Ngati Toa to establish the Porirua…read more

Harbour History

Porirua Harbour and Catchment History The progressive effects of post European development dominate the history and bio-physical condition of the Porirua Harbour catchment and its water systems. The name Porirua is derived from the maori parirua meaning “twin flowings of the tide…read more

Transmission Gully

This page provides links and information on the Transmission Gully project and the Wellington Gateway Consortium project. See the attached video of the latest fly over for the road. Go to the main Transmission Gully website for further information and updates. The first newslette…read more

Living Waters Documentary

Living Waters  – Tiakina Te Taonga – Protect the Treasure  Porirua Harbour is at a critical point, with 50,000 people in the catchment putting pressure on this fragile ecosystem.  There is an urgent need to foster community understanding and concern for this unique marine environ…read more

Maota i le Talafatai – Home to Harbour

The Trust is please to have produced a further documentary and education resource to assist the community in improving the Porirua Harbour. Home to Harbour – Maota i le Talafatai is a story of connections, between the people, the land and the harbour. The aim is to change percept…read more

Teacher Professional Learning

The Porirua Harbour Trust’s education programme includes regular professional learning opportunities for teachers in the catchment area. We’d love to see a wide range of teachers taking part in these events, and welcome any suggestions for future PLD content and format, as well a…read more

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