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  •   Home > News > Business

    The search for a new boss to take charge of the Let's Get Wellington Moving project is still going ... 10 months on

    The search for a new boss to take charge of the Let's Get Wellington Moving project is still going ... 10 months on


    Programme Director Andrew Body resigned from the top job in March last year, after a scathing review found the transport project was at risk of failing.

    The board's been having a tough time finding a replacement for Body, and Independent Chairman Dave Brash says they're even recruiting internationally.

    The project is set to overhaul Wellington's transport, by introducing light rail, a second Mt Victoria tunnel and removing private vehicles from the Golden Mile.

    Governance Reference Group Chairman Daran Ponter is confident the project remains in good hands.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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     Today's News

    Politics:
    Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson's shared a touching tribute to former Labour MP, Joe Hawke 21:50

    Rugby:
    The Waratahs have kept their hopes of a home quarter-final in Super Rugby alive with a 32-20 win over the Highlanders in Dunedin 21:20

    Entertainment:
    Chris Brown appears to have congratulated Rihanna on giving birth 20:41

    Entertainment:
    Rebel Wilson has claimed she was harassed by a male co-star 20:11

    International:
    How Labor won 19:50

    Entertainment:
    Kourtney Kardashian is "not stressed" about her wedding to Travis Barker 19:41

    Entertainment:
    David Krumholtz thinks that Amber Heard is a "victim of abuse" 19:11

    Politics:
    National Maori authority Chair Matthew Tukaki remembers Joe Hawke as a battler for Maori rights 19:00

    Entertainment:
    Brian Austin Green lost 20lbs after suffering bowel disease 18:41

    Business:
    Council of Trade Unions economist Craig Renney says the cost-of-living payment announced in the Budget targets the right people at the right time 18:30


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