16 February 2015
As the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 opening ceremony takes centre stage today, Wellington is ready to play host to some of the world’s best cricketers.
15 September 2015
Wellington’s Mojo Coffee has taken to teaching Chinese the taste of real coffee through their boutique roaster café in Xi’an.
4 September 2015
The decision by the New Zealand Transport Agency not to appeal the Basin Flyover High Court decision has been welcomed by Wellington Mayor Celia Wade-...
21 August 2015
Wellington Mayor Celia Wade-Brown has responded to the High Court decision to decline the NZTA Board of Inquiry appeal, saying, “I’m glad the ugly fly...
19 August 2015
Leaders of Wellington City’s education, local government and business communities converged this morning for the Education Summit to focus on expandin...
14 August 2015
Wellington City Council’s Performance Review Committee has completed its annual review of the performance of Council Chief Executive, Kevin Lavery.
7 August 2015
To mark the 70th Anniversary of the nuclear bombing of Hiroshima, the Wellington City Council on the morning of 6 August voted unanimously to endorse ...
3 August 2015
An art exhibition by Wellington school children to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan is on dis...
10 July 2015
People living in sub-standard houses will benefit from new requirements for insulation and smoke alarms in rental accommodation, says Wellington Mayor...
8 July 2015
A Chinese passenger on a Wellington day-time commuter train thought the only other traveller looked like Mayor Celia Wade-Brown and politely inquired....
2 July 2015
The Wellington Amenities Fund (WAF), a partnership among Wellington City, Hutt City, Upper Hutt City, Masterton and Kapiti Coast councils, is calling ...
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