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Modern, faster, high quality public transport travel for Wellington City is another step closer, following the narrowing of two options for a new rapid bus system between Wellington Railway Station, Newtown and Kilbirnie.
If you regularly travel in or out of Wellington City, or are planning to soon, be aware there are some full closures of the motorway coming up – the first and most extensive will be this Saturday 1 August.
Korean food, drums, kite-making, K-Pop and hip-hop will feature at Wellington’s first K-Culture Festival on Saturday at Shed 6 on Wellington’s waterfront from 11am to 4pm.
Wellington is celebrating 150 years as the Capital City this weekend – and the celebrations may cause some traffic disruption – especially for the ‘Open House: Treasures of Wellington’ open days on Saturday and Sunday.
From Wednesday 22 July Bidwill Street – a popular shortcut from Brooklyn Road to Wallace Street in Mt Cook – will be closed to through traffic while a new retaining wall is constructed.
Wellington’s Mayor and Deputy Mayor have welcomed today’s announcement that two matches of the New Zealand British & Irish Lions 2017 Series will be played in the Capital – and that they’ll be back-to-back.
People living in sub-standard houses will benefit from new requirements for insulation and smoke alarms in rental accommodation, says Wellington Mayor Celia-Wade Brown who welcomed the move as a positive step forward.
Wellingtonians – and our friends from the south - who missed out on tickets to watch the Hurricanes take on the Highlanders in this weekend’s Super Rugby final at Westpac Stadium will be able watch it on a big screen in Shed 6 on Queens Wharf this Saturday night.
Following a robust and open procurement process, the Chief Executives of Greater Wellington Regional Council, Porirua City Council, Upper Hutt City Council, Wellington City Council and Wellington Water, have selected Dimension Data as the preferred supplier to deliver shared ICT infrastructure services.
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