COVID-19: Alert Level 2
28 October 2021
Council is continuing the good mahi supporting the Pōneke Promise with numerous projects, campaigns and initiatives being rolled out to keep our commu...
27 October 2021
In the last two years, our frontline staff dealt with 956 instances of conflict from the community.
26 October 2021
Wellington has been welcomed into the global Cities Race to Zero initiative, in a collective pledge to halve carbon emissions by 2030 – and become a n...
23 October 2021
Wellington City Council is proposing an exciting partnership with Te Papa to deliver world-leading events and exhibitions at Tākina Convention and Exh...
22 October 2021
Tawa Community Board Chair Robyn Parkinson has applauded Metlink’s announcement of a new on-demand public transport trial in the Tawa area.
This week it was time to take the herbs and vegetables planted outside Wellington Station out and share them with the community.
Check out these great things to do in Wellington during the Labour Day long weekend.
21 October 2021
The $3.4m upgrade to Newtown Community & Cultural Centre will include a new kitchen, renovated dance studio and theatre, and new accessible lift.
20 October 2021
A Very Welly Christmas festival is taking a year off due to COVID uncertainty, but lots of festive events and activities being planned instead.
Heritage Week is back with over 60 events showcasing the wide-ranging history of the region.
19 October 2021
Our team has partnered up with the crew from Kaitiaki O Ngahere and community volunteers to restore Polhill/Waimapihi Reserve.
15 October 2021
Wellington first city in Aotearoa to sign up to the Milan Urban Food Policy Pact next week, joining a global movement for sustainable urban food syste...
Get your whānau and friends together and have fun in the capital with these awesome activities.
14 October 2021
Wellington’s Draft District Plan – the Capital City’s first completely revised planning and environmental rulebook in more than 20 years – is now onli...
We’re so egg-cited as the Te Manu Rongonui o Te Tau/Bird of The Year 2021 starts next week and we’re proud as a peacock to be supporting the titipouna...
Dogs may become a permanent fixture on the Cable Car if a trial is a howling success.
Wellington’s Harbourside Market will reopen this Sunday 17 October with COVID-19 Alert Level 2 restrictions in place.
13 October 2021
Te Pātaka is a smooth-running machine that ensures Wellingtonians have access to the books they love.
11 October 2021
Wellington City residents will be able to enjoy a couple of free days at Te Papa’s Surrealist Art exhibition on 18-19 October 2021.
8 October 2021
The South Coast Arts Trail, the Glamaphones Matariki show, StarJam’s end of year concert, and PARK(ing) Day 2022 are just a selection of the wide rang...
Councillor Malcolm Sparrow has announced his resignation from Wellington City Council, Mayor Andy Foster has confirmed.
Discover all the best flower spots in Pōneke this Spring.
7 October 2021
The Diwali Festival of Lights is going online this year due to current COVID-19 restrictions.
6 October 2021
See what work is being done inside the Central Library in Wellington.
5 October 2021
The Government announcement that it will increase the amount of insurance risk taken on by the Earthquake Commission (EQC) is welcome news for Welling...
Council is developing a new Youth Hub in the central city, and is hosting a hui for the younger community to voice their views on what the space shoul...
4 October 2021
Relive the '80s in Pōneke with over 500 digitised photos of Summer City, thanks to the team at Wellington City Archives.
1 October 2021
Space Place is proud to launch Ngā Tohunga Whakatere - The Navigators, a fully immersive planetarium show, which tells the story of early navigation t...
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