Tonight’s lighting display and the Meridian Gardens Magic concert by Cotton Daisy Backstep has been cancelled due to the severe weather forecast.
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Business confidence in Wellington has hit a two year high, showing the city’s businesses have been resilient in the face of the earthquakes, says Wellington Mayor Justin Lester.
Free concerts start 10.01.17
Work planned on Newtown shop verandas over the next few weeks is part of readying the city for the larger new buses due to take to the city’s streets in 2018.
Some 2000 information fliers will be hand-delivered to offices, retailers and apartments in the Wellington CBD starting from tomorrow (Thursday) as part of Wellington City Council’s initiative to compel the owners of about 80 buildings to undertake engineering assessments following the 14 November earthquake.
Mayor Justin Lester and Deputy Mayor Paul Eagle will formally sign a new lease with the Pōneke Football Club tomorrow (Friday 16 December), opening the way for the new Toitu Poneke Community and Sports Hub.
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