3 February 2023
The hillside behind Bowen St was a kainga (food garden) before it became a residential area and cemetery. The new mural Kaiota brings together that hi...
2 February 2023
1 February 2023
A major weather event or natural disaster can strike at any time. Are you and your whānau prepared? Get some tips on how to prepare.
Two of Wellington’s iconic gardens add awards to their blooming trophy cabinet.
31 January 2023
Four building inspectors are heading to Auckland to help with the assessment of thousands of homes and other buildings impacted by the floods.
30 January 2023
Over 50,000 people are set to eat, drink, play, slay, laugh, dance, applaud, and perform in Wellington this week.
27 January 2023
Just a stone’s throw away from our city centre is the quaint Tinakori village, full of unique shops and eateries. Here's five things you can to do to ...
26 January 2023
This Te Rā o Waitangi head to Waitangi Park for two free, whānau-friendly events.
23 January 2023
It's the last week of #WellyWalks! Check out where the final walk will be, then head over on Saturday morning to nab yourself a treat and see some epi...
20 January 2023
Here’s our top five picks on what to do in the capital over Wellington Anniversary weekend.
We’re highlighting the places we live, work and play with Street Smart, a series showcasing facts, figures and colourful stories of our local roads.
18 January 2023
The Te Whare Whakarauiki Wellington Town Hall redevelopment made great strides in 2022 with the removal of the crane, a prominent feature of the city’...
17 January 2023
Check out some of Wellington’s artist-friendly and bookable community spaces and projects at sites by bike on two inaugural active artists e-bike tour...
Here are some simple steps that can be taken to reduce event waste and ensure we look after our taiao while out having fun this summer.
16 January 2023
#WellyWalks is back for summer! Every week, we’ll share the walk of the week so you can find out where to go and what treats you can find from local W...
9 January 2023
4 January 2023
Get ready to face the music as Gardens Magic returns to the Botanic Garden ki Paekākā’s Soundshell this month.
21 December 2022
Sign up for the 2023 Aotearoa Bike Challenge and be in to win - and get healthy at the same time.
A year in review for Wellington City Council's team, Mataaho Aronui.
Pōneke artist Andrew Beck’s work Shadow Windows has been embedded into the streetscape of the newly upgraded Swan Lane and Garrett Street.
Check out Wellington City Council’s weird, wonderful and whacky lists for 2022.
20 December 2022
LT McGuinness is on-site at Te Matapihi - Central Library and in full swing with enabling and strengthening works making the building ready for recons...
With Covid restrictions a thing of the past, it’s going to be a big summer for our inner-city party precinct. We’re working with our partners to ensur...
The Tip Shop has been busy turning people’s trash into someone else’s treasure this year – saving around 28 tonnes from going to the Southern Landfill...
The Absolutely Positively Wellington (APW) Student Awards celebrate secondary-school students’ contributions to their communities.
19 December 2022
We caught up with one of the translators who worked on Mahau, the reo Māori language app for Wellington, to learn about uncovering the names and knowl...
Several murals will be popping up around Pōneke over the next couple of months.
16 December 2022
On Thursday 15 December, the Council approved the construction of the new sludge minimisation facility at Moa Point, which will help meet the target o...
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