24 November 2016
2 December 2016
Toi Pōneke’s Toi Two Hundy annual art show is a chance for Christmas shoppers to grab a last-minute art bargain, with all artworks $200 or under.
The 14 November earthquake hasn’t affected Wellington City Council’s Standard and Poor’s (S&P) global credit rating – which has been maintained at AA.
1 December 2016
With fares starting as low as $1, Greater Wellington Regional Council and Wellington City Council are again teaming up and offering Wellington shopper...
30 November 2016
A one-stop shop called Eric (Earthquake Recovery Information Centre) is set to open in the Public Trust building on Wellington’s Lambton Quay next Mon...
29 November 2016
Wellington Mayor Justin Lester is welcoming the Government’s emergency earthquake legislation which will give councils the power to compel building ow...
Summer bike workshops, themed group rides and the ever-popular Go By Bike Day are just some of the initiatives to receive grants from the second round...
Delving into the history of Wellington’s stock of more than 450 heritage buildings couldn’t be easier after the launch of the Capital’s online heritag...
28 November 2016
Wellington Mayor Justin Lester is welcoming the Government’s announcement of a support package for Wellington businesses impacted by the November 14 e...
Wellington City Council is to organise the quick demolition of three of its buildings around the city in light of inspections following the 14 Novembe...
Wellington Mayor Justin Lester welcomes the news that Wellington’s economy has performed strongly over the last twelve months.
23 November 2016
As at 3.30pm
Are you passionate about your community, and live in Tawa? The Tawa Community Board has a vacancy for a member as a result of Jill Day being elected t...
22 November 2016
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20 November 2016
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18 November 2016
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Leaders and luminaries in business between New Zealand and Japan will converge on the Capital next week for the 43rd annual conference for Japan New Z...
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