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Title Post date What Where Attached files
Walking in the Wellington region 31 Jul 2006
Walking, running and hiking (Wgtn Region) 31 Jul 2006
Akatarawa forest walking and tramping (Wellington Region) 31 Jul 2006
Gisborne urban coastal strategy - 2005-25 31 Jul 2006
Gisborne District Council's engineering code of practice - road and traffic engineering 31 Jul 2006
Walking and Cycling Strategy (Gisborne) 30 Jul 2006
Walking to school has future benefits 30 Jul 2006
Health and community design: the impact of the built environment on physical activity 30 Jul 2006
Urban area disadvantage and physical activity: a multilevel study in Melbourne, Australia 30 Jul 2006
Walk in to work out: a randomised controlled trial etc 30 Jul 2006
Can lay-led walking programmes increase physical activity etc 30 Jul 2006
An international study of the exposure of children to traffic 30 Jul 2006
Reported incidence of injuries caused by street glass among urban children in Philadelphia 30 Jul 2006
Safety in numbers: more walkers and bicyclists, safer walking and bicycling 30 Jul 2006
Outdoor falls among middle-aged and older adults: a neglected public health problem 30 Jul 2006
Manual for Streets 30 Jul 2006
Project Waiuku - pedestrian walkability 29 Jul 2006
Walkway work begins in Pukekohe 29 Jul 2006
New Kawakawa 29 Jul 2006
10,000 Steps Northland (Far North DC) 29 Jul 2006
Council responds favourable to pedestrian and elderly concerns (Far North DC) 29 Jul 2006
Cable Bay footbridge - the council\'s position (Far North DC) 29 Jul 2006
Kerikeri-Paihia track strategy (Far North DC) 29 Jul 2006
Engineering standards and guidelines (Far North District Council) 29 Jul 2006
Operative Waikato Regional Policy Statement (Coast: public access) 29 Jul 2006

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