Our Wellington - 23.10.14
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21 October 2014
Dig out that sunblock, slap on a hat and head down to one of Wellington’s hot spots this weekend as Thorndon Pool opens for summer.
23 October 2014
It’s Labour Day on Monday 27 October, which means a day off to relax, unwind – and perhaps tackle the clutter in your garage or spare room.
Otherworldly forms suspended in hand–woven nets occupy Toi Pōneke Gallery for the coming fortnight in artist Natalie Smith’s first solo show.
22 October 2014
The 2014 Quality of Life survey released today shows Wellington is performing exceptionally well – with residents reporting the highest overall qualit...
Marketing heavyweight and cultural entrepreneur Peter Biggs has agreed to be inaugural Chair of the board that will oversee the new region-wide Wellin...
20 October 2014
A five-yearly review of its social housing policy is to be started later this year by Wellington City Council.
Work on the new Karori Road retaining wall was completed on Friday 17 October.
17 October 2014
Two devil’s tongue lilies are making their evil presence felt by flowering together and doubling the stench of rotting meat in the Wellington Botanic ...
16 October 2014
Summer’s on the way and that means more demand on our water. A great way to get a handle on water conservation is with Aquarius, a water education too...
One hundred years ago, on 16 October 1914, 10 troopships left Wellington carrying more than 8000 New Zealand soldiers – the main body of the New Zeala...
On 16 October 1914, New Zealand troops sailed from Wellington Harbour on a voyage first to Albany in West Australia, then on to one of the most signif...
15 October 2014
The Council has prepared a new draft reserve management plan for the 168 local parks, reserves and protected open spaces in the suburban areas between...
14 October 2014
Wellington art lovers will have the chance to interact with leading international artists as part of a pioneering artist-in-residence programme beginn...
13 October 2014
From 11–18 of October, Wellingtonians will get the chance to go back in time with a Council project that commemorates the start of New Zealand’s invol...
Our Heritage Story Map gives you the opportunity to see our city’s World War I heritage places with fresh eyes.
If you are a serious, long-distance runner and have always wanted to visit Japan then we would like to hear from you.
9 October 2014
Wellington City Council is looking to kick-start the development of a tech precinct by supporting the establishment of a ‘tech hub’ – a shared space i...
Are you a member of a business community looking to boost economic activity in your area? Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) are an excellent way t...
Golf cart-style vehicles are helping to make our waterfront an even better place to be.
The song might be cheesy but the sentiment is true: “everybody needs good neighbours”, and Neighbours Day Aotearoa is the perfect opportunity to start...
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