Wellington is at COVID-19 Alert Level 1
Wellington will be moving to Alert Level 2 at 6pm Wednesday 23 June.
For up-to-date information about alert levels, community cases, and getting tested and vaccinated, visit covid19.govt.nz.
We will update our COVID-19 services and facilities pages this evening.
22 June 2021
A new management plan for Mākara, Karori and Tawa cemeteries has been approved
21 June 2021
Roundabout installation in Hataitai starts this week
18 June 2021
Eighty-two per cent of Wellingtonians have attended or participated in the arts in the last twelve months.
Next week (Thursday 24 June) Wellington City Council will deliberate on the final draft of the city’s Spatial Plan.
Great ideas of things to do and places to go with your dogs in Wellington.
17 June 2021
WRAC main pool to close for maintenance from Monday 5 July.
15 June 2021
The capital is among 50 champion cities to advance in competition uncovering transformative urban solutions to emerge during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
14 June 2021
He's seen it all and has four million or more photos to prove it. Meet Wellington City Council's photographer of 34 years.
A special Matariki section and a handy pull-out recycling guide are the stars of the latest Our Wellington.
11 June 2021
There are heaps of events and activities to do with Wellington City Libriaries this weekend.
10 June 2021
Laser cutting, 3D printing, a full recording studio, sewing machines, and arts and crafts - there's fun for everyone at 'The Hive'.
9 June 2021
We’re already experiencing more droughts and floods due to a one degree rise in global temperatures. What are we doing to future-proof our city?
Linden Kai Kitchen meals on hold until July
7 June 2021
With Jervois Quay closed for some of the weekend for pipe repairs, we met with Wellington City Council historian Gabor Toth to learn about the area.
4 June 2021
Go back to the future with the popular 1980s Wellington City Magazine now accessible online.
Wondering what to do this Queen’s Birthday weekend other than sofa snuggling? Here's what you and the whānau can do in Pōneke.
Matariki ki Pōneke Festival 2021 is coming to the capital soon
3 June 2021
Wellington City Council’s Pūroro Rangaranga Social, Cultural and Economic Committee met this week to confirm the Council’s commitment to social housin...
Council unanimously committed to proactive developments to increase the supply of affordable housing in Wellington.
2 June 2021
Wellington City Council has held its first committee meeting today as recommended in the Winder Report on Council governance.
Wellington City Council has put its money where its mouth is and approved funding of several organisations to support the Pōneke Promise – a social co...
1 June 2021
Three of Wellington’s sea walls are being upgraded. Find out about the projects and learn the history of our early coastal protection infrastructure.
28 May 2021
Wellington City Council’s Long-Term Plan committee met yesterday to agree the funding options in the Long-Term Plan 2021- 2031.
Over the past year Wellington City Council has upgraded some of its play areas across Pōneke. Here’s five new and improved spots where you and your ta...
Cyrus Dahl, 13, of Woodridge, has raised a whopping $43,000 for six inclusive swing seats that will be installed in parks around Wellington.
27 May 2021
Wellington City Council is proud of its beautiful flower beds and plants on display around Pōneke – but why on earth do some of these include parsley ...
25 May 2021
Creative producer Suzanne Tamaki has recently put her favourite cousin’s head in a pickle jar. We sit down with her to talk life, work, and art.
From 7pm Thursday 3 June to 6am Tuesday 8 June all six lanes of Jervois Quay in the Wellington CBD will be closed from Taranaki Street to Whitmore Str...
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