COVID-19: Alert Level 2
17 September 2021
Find out how you can support and use reo Māori this week and beyond.
16 September 2021
Next week a City Council committee will consider a plan to make it easier to get around the city in low-carbon ways.
Making commuting easier, keeping food out of landfill, and creating sustainable batteries are three initiatives helping to reduce Wellington's carbon ...
This Sunday marks 128 years since women were given the right to vote – and today, Wellington City Council’s wāhine toa reflect on the significance of ...
15 September 2021
Council opens feedback on proposal to extend the Waimapihi Reserve name to the wider Polhill Reserve area.
Council launches Creative Hoardings programme to activate our public spaces.
Meet Wellington City Council’s plant specialist. Absolutely positively wild about the outdoors, Anita knows what to plant and where to plant it.
14 September 2021
More space for people, and a harbourside walking and biking route Wellingtonians can be proud of opens for consultation.
We have always been a proud supporter of the Great Kererū Count, and in its last year, we want to see those sightings soaring.
10 September 2021
To celebrate Conservation Week, we talked to a Mākara Peak Supporter about restoring native forest in a world-class mountain bike park.
Check out what you can do in Wellington at Alert Level 2.
Celebrate Te Wiki o te reo Māori next week with events and activities online and around the Capital.
9 September 2021
To celebrate Conservation Week, we meet the person responsible for weed control and preparing Wellington’s parks and reserves for restoration planting...
With libraries and pools shut during Alert Levels 3 and 4, our Libraries and Parks, Sport and Recreation teams delivered kai to help people through th...
8 September 2021
To celebrate Conservation Week, we caught up with Peter Reimann to find out what drives him as a Trelissick Park Group volunteer.
7 September 2021
Council services and facilities as the region moves into Alert Level 2 at 11.59pm tonight (Tuesday 7 September).
To celebrate Conservation Week, we caught up with Joakim Liman who leads Te Motu Kairangi, a volunteer group working to restore Miramar Peninsula.
6 September 2021
An independent commissioner has given resource consent to Johnsonville Market to formalise the operation.
To celebrate Conservation Week, we meet Wellington City Council’s only Seed Propagation Technician, who grows 90,000 native plants for Pōneke annually...
3 September 2021
Construction crews have wasted no time in getting stuck back into key infrastructure work across the city this week.
Maintaining the current ward boundaries and increasing the total number of Councillors by one to 15 for future elections is being proposed for Welling...
Check out our list of fun things you and your whānau can do while Wellington is in Alert Level 3.
Council will be removing the large slide from Frank Kitts Park playground to err on the side of caution following a number of unfortunate incidents re...
2 September 2021
Many organisations have been making sure our community is looked after – and that mahi continues into Level 3 and beyond.
To support whānau and tamariki through lockdown, Wellington City Council has joined forces with Nuku Ora to share ideas around the importance of play.
1 September 2021
Wellington is a world away from Ipoh, Malaysia, but it’s where Poh (Bruce) Tan came to forge his path to the City Council.
We celebrate Pōneke’s special natural spaces and our efforts to become a greener city, in Wellington City Council's latest Our Wellington magazine.
Martin Matthews has been appointed to the Board of the Wellington Museums Trust, the governing body for Experience Wellington.
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