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WELLINGTON TODAY, SEPTEMBER 10: Trailing high winds toward Wellington, the transmission lane legal dispute continues.

Here are your Wellington Live updates for September 10.

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Here are your Wellington Live updates for September 10.

Marina Wellington. Here are the latest news, updates and events from the pages. Dominion Post. And about the capital today

7.55 a.m .: Trucks and trailers are blown away by strong winds north of Masterton, fire and emergency services engaged in an air-related callout in Virarpa.

A truck and trailer were blown up, blocking the South Bowl Lane of State Highway 2 near Mount Bruce..

No one was reported injured in the incident which took place at 4.35 am.

Mike Vanua of Fire and Emergency New Zealand said they were “reasonably busy but not overly busy” with 11 wind-related calls between midnight and 7.50am in the Virarpa area.

The fire and emergency services received reports of power lines and falling trees, and by 7:40 a.m., were also participating in a call for a loose iron roof in Federston. No injuries were reported.

6.30am: Wellington weather, strong winds warning.

If you’re going out today, grab your beauty! MetService warns of strong and potentially dangerous winds in the Wellington area.

Northwest storms are predicted to sometimes have strong winds, reaching 120 kilometers per hour.

Strong winds can damage trees, power lines and unsafe structures. Driving can be effective, especially for high-wheeled vehicles and motorcycles.

Waka Kotahi New Zealand Transport Agency is urging motorcyclists to take extra precautions on the roads.

Strong winds are expected to affect State Highway 2 across Rimotaka Hill, and severe swelling and high waves are expected around Mina, which could affect SH1.

Otherwise, a partly cloudy day is expected to rain later in the evening. The Met Service is forecasting 16 degrees Celsius and less than 7 degrees Celsius.

From the pages of Dominion Post.:

The contractor is seeking 75 million in damages and alleged transmission street design errors.

Construction company building. Wellington Transmission Street Motorway. He is seeking 75 million in damages and damages, which are claimed to be due to engineering design errors.

CPB Contractors, one of the entities behind the Roading Project, designed and built in collaboration with engineering firm Ecom New Zealand 27 km motorway In 2014.

The Australian company claims there were “material differences” between Aecom’s initial tender design for the project, and released the final detailed design several months later.

The CPB claims that the project cost and profit were misjudged due to errors, resulting in a loss of 75 75.2 million.

Read on Damien George’s full report here.

Transmission Street was scheduled to open in August, but was delayed due to the recent Covid 19 lockdown.  (File photo)

Mark Coat / Wellington Gateway Partnership.

Transmission Street was scheduled to open in August, but was delayed due to the recent Covid 19 lockdown. (File photo)

Wellington Children’s Hospital, TWO Noi, is set to open by mid-2022.

Wellington’s new children’s hospital should receive patients by June next year, according to those who now plan for $ 100 million.

The project was launched in 2017 with a donation of 50 50 million. He is determined to live until it is complete..

Named the Great Forest of Te, the building will be a new home for 87,000 children to be cared for. Outdated facilities at Wellington Regional Hospital. every year.

Read on The full story of Rachel Thomas is here.

Wellington's new children's hospital is in the final stages of construction.

MONIQUE FORD / Things

Wellington’s new children’s hospital is in the final stages of construction.

Wellington’s hospitality business is facing a ‘terrible’ situation, consider dismissing staff under Level 2.

Wellington hospitality owners say they are facing “terrible conditions” and are considering firing staff due to a lack of patronage and alert level 2.

Mary McCann, owner of Smith the Grocer at the Old Bank Arcade on Lambton Cove, lost ڈالر 4,000 worth of produce when the country plunged to Alert Level 4 three weeks ago, which she described as “soul-destroying.”

Now working under Alert Level 2, McCann said she was making only 30 percent of her general profit, which was not enough to pay her staff.

Smith the Grocer Cafe Wellington is in the hospitality business that is struggling.

Ross Gablin / Things.

Smith the Grocer Cafe Wellington is in the hospitality business that is struggling.

Jose Ubega, owner of Dakota Bar, The Establishment and the Residence, says that if Wellington stays below Level 2, the wage subsidy dries up and he will face a decision to leave the staff.

Wellington catering company Season & Dressed announced an Alert Level 4 alert three weeks ago and lost about 97% of its business due to the cancellation, said its owner Lawrence Benson.

Read on Sophie Cornish’s full story here.

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