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Big pay rise for care workers takes effect

Major pay rises for local support workers come into effect from today (1 July) and will make a real difference, says Otaki MP Nathan Guy. “Hundreds of local...


Queen’s Birthday Awards for Kapiti and Horowhenua locals

Otaki MP Nathan Guy has congratulated Horowhenua and Kapiti locals Brendan Duffy, Randal Heke and Paul Baxter who have been recognised with Queen’s Birthday Honours.  “Congratulations to all...


Pat Dougherty honoured with Civil Defence Award

Otaki MP and Civil Defence Minister Nathan Guy has congratulated Kapiti Coast District Council Chief Executive Pat Dougherty for his silver Civil Defence Emergency Management (CDEM) award received tonight. ...


Budget great for Kapiti and Horowhenua families

Otaki MP Nathan Guy says the 2017 Budget is great news for Kapiti and Horowhenua, especially middle and low income families. “The centrepiece of Budget 2017 is a...


Guy family mourns Malcolm Guy's sad passing

The Guy family has received an incredible amount of support following the passing of community stalwart, Malcolm Guy, QSM and JP, who was 80 years old. "Malcolm touched...


Smarter Public Investment and Services

As I move around Horowhenua and Kapiti it’s great to see our economy growing, unemployment dropping and wages increasing. Thanks to the Government’s financial management and economic growth we now...


Support for Care Workers

Hundreds of local support workers in Kapiti and Horowhenua will be better off because of the Government’s $2 billion pay equity settlement announced in April.


ANZAC Day 2017

Anzac Day this week was a chance for us to reflect on the effects of wars that touched the lives of every New Zealand family. We also honour our veterans’...


Transport Improvements

As everyone is enjoying the new Kapiti Expressway thoughts are already turning to the next stages of roading improvements coming all the way North to Foxton.


Resource Legislation Amendment Bill

As I catch up with people in Kapiti and Horowhenua they often tell me that planning rules are just too bureaucratic.