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This Week in Our Wellington enewsletter

The Mayor's Pick of the Week: Have your say on the city's predator free mahi

We’re doing a survey to get more info on what Wellingtonians think and feel in regard to predator free work currently happening in our city. This info will help the Predator Free Wellington team to understand how they can do more, what they could be doing differently and how they can continue to work better together with Wellingtonians on this important mahi. Better still, have your say and you’ll go in the draw to win one of five $50 New World vouchers! Get the link to complete the survey, and find out what else is happening in the capital, in this week's enewsletter.

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