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Title Post date What Where Attached files
How to signpost your local short-cut paths 15 Apr 2024
How to run successful weekly lunchtime walks 15 Apr 2024
A strong advocate for disabled people using footpaths 8 Apr 2024
Make a submission on the Fast-Track Approvals Bill 8 Apr 2024
Golden Foot Walking Awards 2024 - nominations are open 4 Apr 2024
Submit on the draft Government Policy Statement on Land Transport - submissions close at 12pm on 2 April 2024 28 Mar 2024
Golden Foot Walking Awards 2024 26 Mar 2024
Walk2Work Day is happening next week - Wednesday 13 March 2024 8 Mar 2024
Draft Government Policy Statement A Backward Step For Everyone Who Walks 4 Mar 2024
Walk to work 13 Feb 2024
Media release: The evidence supports investment in walking 16 Dec 2023
Fun Walking Games to Play Every Day 5 Dec 2023
Waka Kotahi announces pause in funding Transport Choices programme - our response 5 Nov 2023
Walk2Work Day - Wednesday 13 March 2024 24 Oct 2023
Speed Kills Pedestrians. Help Councils To Slow Cars Down. 3 Oct 2023
Profit pushes pedestrians aside: e-scooters to stay on footpaths 28 Sep 2023
Media release: National Party speed plans would mean more dead kids 24 Sep 2023
Two exciting paid positions available working for walking! 28 Aug 2023
E-scooters - should they go or should they stay? 13 Jul 2023
Previous Walking Summits 8 Jun 2023
Oversize vehicles are a menace to pedestrians. What's the best response? 12 May 2023
Jane's Walk Wellington - are we connected? 23 Apr 2023
Walking Summit Poster 2023 10 Apr 2023
Walk2Work Day shows (again) just how popular and enjoyable walking is 6 Apr 2023
Dropping The Ball On Emissions Reductions Not The Answer To Climate Resilience 8 Mar 2023

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