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Find core documents and information about the Council’s partnership with Mana Whenua, and the Tūpiki Ora Māori strategy.

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This Week in Our Wellington newsletter

Pick of the week: Whānau Film Night

Pack a picnic dinner and join us for an evening of outdoor cinema on Sunday 5 February from 6pm to 9pm! We'll be showcasing an hour of short films, followed by the feature film ‘Whina’ - the story of Dame Whina Cooper, the beloved Māori matriarch who worked tirelessly to improve the rights of her people, especially women. Read more about the Waitangi celebrations and what else is happening in the capital in this week's newsletter.

 

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