5 December 2022
Wellingtonians and visitors may soon be able to hire e-bikes as easily as e-scooters.
2 December 2022
All hospitality venues in Wellington with outdoor dining on Council land will become smokefree and vapefree from 1 March 2023.
Creative plans proposed to rejuvenate the heart of Island Bay.
30 November 2022
Everything you need to know about summer in the capital is in our new edition of Our Wellington - Tō Tātou Pōneke, which is set to hit the streets thi...
Experience nature with the always popular Welly Walks season which kicks-off next week.
Work on the Karori Town Centre Public Space Improvement is completed so a celebratory event will happen on site this weekend.
29 November 2022
In our Behind the Stalls series, we learn how to use microgreens in our daily diet from Valley Greens at the Harbourside Market.
The Tip Shop will be celebrating 25 years of turning trash into treasure with a week of birthday specials that don’t cost the earth.
23 November 2022
We're hosting an event to say thank you to over 150 local environmental volunteer groups.
Wellington has been recognised as one of 122 cities across the globe leading the way with environmental action and transparency.
22 November 2022
We’ve had a chat to Canine Health and Welfare Officer Rhea Hurley from Dogs New Zealand about dog park etiquette and how you can make the most out of ...
The iconic Carter Fountain in Oriental Bay has unfortunately broken down and needs some significant TLC to get it back up and running ahead of its 50t...
19 November 2022
The awards keep rolling in for Tahitai, the coastal walking and biking route between the city and Motu Kairangi/Miramar Peninsula.
16 November 2022
In preparation for summer, we will be shifting some sand from Freyberg Beach to Oriental Bay.
In our Behind the Stalls series, we learn how to make Chaiwalla's famous Chicken Tikka.
A Very Welly Christmas is back for two days of free, whānau-friendly, festive fun next weekend - and everyone's invited!
15 November 2022
Work is complete on the first new track at Ōtari- Wilton’s Bush in 15 years.
Council to launch the new enduring name Ākau Tangi for the ASB Sports Centre.
14 November 2022
Demolition of the Te Aro Park toilet block in central Wellington begins today, with new toilets to be built over the road in Inglewood Place in 2024. ...
9 November 2022
We've collaborated to bring the iconic Hannah Playhouse back to life, and its rejuvenation starts with an exciting new season from Footnote New Zealan...
8 November 2022
Shopping and ferrying two pre-schoolers around Wellington without owning a car works well for Julia Pearce and James Douglas who live in Newtown.
4 November 2022
The Harbourside Market is a great place to meet wonderful people from all walks of life. As a bonus, you can also meet the furry friends that accompan...
Play is fun, offers freedom and chances to take risks, and is an easy way for tamariki and whānau to stay active. Here’s five ways to play in Pōneke. ...
2 November 2022
Māori artists and weavers Linda Lee and Frank Topia, are giving back to the community through classes at Ōtari Wilton’s Bush in Wellington, as part of...
1 November 2022
Wellington City Council has crunched the numbers following the 2022 election’s 10% improvement on voter turn-out from the previous term – and every on...
31 October 2022
Read more about what makes Tākina a world-class venue, as we eagerly await its opening in June 2023.
Wellingtonians have made it clear they want better transport options, action on climate change and more housing.
28 October 2022
Visa Wellington On a Plate is serving up a tasty new format for 2023 which will present two bites of the festival in May and August.
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