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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Dozens of Wellington businesses are bracing themselves for another two months of disruptions from wastewater repairs

    Dozens of Wellington businesses are bracing themselves for another two months of disruptions from wastewater repairs


    Parts of Dixon and Willis Streets will resemble a construction site until at least April to patch up a burst wastewater pipe.

    Libby from the Orange Clinic says accessing the business is challenging for both customers and staff.

    She says it's because staff and clients can't park where they need to, buses are crawling, and the noise is atrocious.

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