21 September 2020
Wellington City Council’s services and facilities will return to normal operations with contact tracing where necessary as the city moves to Alert Lev...
25 September 2020
Wellingtonian Rachel Noble is on a mission – to create a world in which everyone feels included, accepted, and is treated equally.
24 September 2020
The team looks after a whopping 813 sites, from Mākara to Tawa to Seatoun, and everywhere in between.
23 September 2020
Rewind five years and filming a rare kārearea (NZ falcon) gorging on a pigeon in central Wellington would have been out of the question.
Wellington City Council is turning the big 150 this month, and we’re celebrating with a walk down memory lane – and everyone can come along.
18 September 2020
Two inspiring young wahine are combining their skills for teaching children to swim with their passion for revitalising te reo Māori.
17 September 2020
Wellington City Council is a proud partner of the Great Kererū Count, which is about to take-off this Friday.
10 September 2020
Recent information shows the capital’s car share schemes are proving to be popular in Wellington – and with the planet.
Wellington City Council will start issuing warnings this week to remind vehicle users the Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency’s COVID-related extension fo...
9 September 2020
A six-week public consultation to gather Wellingtonians’ views on restoring the Central Library service in the heart of the city has ended with signif...
7 September 2020
Predator Free Wellington has been given a $7.6 million funding boost today from Predator Free 2050 Limited as part of the Government’s Jobs for Nature...
3 September 2020
Every morning before work begins along Cobham Drive, workers check for kororā (little blue penguins) which could have taken refuge over night.
This week, the Wellington City Council provided funding of $340K to 40 organisations that support local community needs across arts, culture, well-bei...
Te Wiki o te Reo Māori Language Week runs from 14-20 Mahuru (September), and Wellington City Council will be hosting events and online activities to c...
2 September 2020
The future of clothing designer Duncan McLean's 122-year-old Newtown building is looking rosier thanks to Council's Built Heritage Incentive Fund.
1 September 2020
Wellington City Council is seeking to renew its Gambling Venues Policy in accordance with the Gambling Act 2003.
31 August 2020
Through a pandemic, long distance learning and restricted access to resources, Maureen Lander’s new artwork in collaboration with Te Roopu Raranga o M...
27 August 2020
Wellington City Council has agreed to the generous gifting of land to be used as scenic reserve, adding ecological value and more diversity to the Out...
A true Wellington landmark, 128 Abel Smith Street has held a special and sometimes controversial place in our city's history.
Wellington City Council is celebrating Bee Aware Month this September with events and activities to create a real buzz around the city.
26 August 2020
Wellington City Council has adopted a new Parking Policy to manage its on- and off-street parking in the city.
Consultation on the Central Library is moving online under Alert level 2 with three webinar events for the public – and everyone is welcome.
25 August 2020
Following the latest Government announcement, Wellington City Council services and facilities remain at Alert Level 2 until further notice.
21 August 2020
Miramar Peninsula residents are being encouraged to sign-up for Para Kai, a new Wellington City Council food waste trial looking at ways to divert lef...
14 August 2020
A response to recent violent behaviour in Courtenay Place was discussed yesterday at a solutions-seeking meeting hosted by Wellington Mayor Andy Foste...
Lizards living along the banks of Ngaio Gorge will be carefully collected and relocated to safety before slip remediation works get underway.
13 August 2020
Wellington City Councillors have formally endorsed Paekākā as the te reo Māori name for the landscape area including the top of the Cable Car, Welling...
12 August 2020
Following the Government announcement yesterday, Wellington City Council can confirm the status of its services and facilities as the country moves in...
10 August 2020
Helping people with disabilities and chronic conditions achieve their fitness goals is what gets personal trainer Josh Bohmer out of bed each day.
7 August 2020
With spring less than a month away, Wellington City Council is challenging workplaces to get more staff walking, jogging and biking – and reaping the ...
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