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24 May 2022
Council approves a massive $1.2 million plus multi-year contracts in the Kāwai Whakatipu – Grants Subcommittee.
23 May 2022
20 May 2022
19 May 2022
Budget announcement regarding interim Government Income-Related Rent Subsidy funding is welcomed by Council.
18 May 2022
Meet the furry friends that visit the Wellington Harbourside Market with their owners.
13 May 2022
Wellington is filled with fantastic opportunities to get amongst New Zealand music month. Here are some ideas to start you off.
Sallie Culy is a local celebrity at Wellington's Waitangi Skate Park. As soon as she arrives, she is met with high fives and people saying hi.
11 May 2022
Celebrate our Pacific communities with a series of events around the capital.
10 May 2022
Council voting to consider a 30-year plan for improving or creating new green spaces across the central city.
9 May 2022
DCM is working hard to support the city’s most marginalised community to find and sustain housing. Jason is one of DCM’s success stories.
New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) is an official language of Aotearoa. Here are some handy resources to celebrate and support NZSL.
6 May 2022
A brand new sand court is delighting local players and will attract sporting events to Wellington.
The first of several new bus boarding platforms made from recycled plastic will be put together on Riddiford Street over coming days, like a giant 100...
Do you find yourself visiting the same old spots in Wellington? We’ve created a bank of maps to help you unleash your inner explorer.
5 May 2022
More than one hundred CCTV cameras and a dedicated team are helping to make our city a safer place.
Wellington City Council's Pūroro Rangaranga | Social, Cultural and Economic Committee has adopted Tūpiki Ora Māori Strategy today.
3 May 2022
We are inviting people to share their views on a planned upgrade of Shelly Bay Road.
2 May 2022
Composting is one of the easiest, accessible activities we can do to reduce our impact on climate and give back to the environment.
Celebrate and support Kaibosh, New Zealand's first food rescue organisation.
Our new community centre, Te Pokapū Hapori, will be a welcoming and inclusive hub for inner-city residents to gather, connect, and enjoy activities.
29 April 2022
Stuck for what to do in Wellington this weekend? Explore our creative capital with these five arty activities.
Wellington City Council started a trial this week using textiles as a performance additive in asphalt on our roads – a first for New Zealand.
28 April 2022
Both wasted materials and wasted space are an issue for Wellington city – and repurposing is a great solution.
Nominations are now open for this year’s Absolutely Positively Wellingtonian Awards.
A new partnership agreement between mana whenua groups and Wellington City Council, to be formally signed tomorrow (Friday 29 April), aims to promote ...
If you are walking or riding along Cobham Drive, you may spot special concrete tiles that aim to encourage marine life to the rock embankment.
27 April 2022
New artist impressions show a brighter, more accessible, and much more connected building.
Para Kai trial shows kerbside collections reduced food waste going to Southern Landfill by almost 40 percent.
26 April 2022
Councillor Sean Rush to leave from his Council duties to receive medical treatment.
22 April 2022
The global City Nature Challenge is coming, and Wellington City Council is encouraging Pōneke residents to become citizen scientists as we embark on t...
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