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26 November 2021
Meet Mark Kent, kaitiaki to 250ha of regenerating native bush and 50kms of first-rate mountain bike track as our dedicated Mākara Peak park ranger.
25 November 2021
24 November 2021
Wellington Zoo is excited to announce the upcoming arrival of two young male lions.
Summer is coming, and while COVID has put a bit of a damper on usual festivities, there’ll still be events, activities and performers happening with t...
Meet Raewyn Lubransky, our loyal Wellington City librarian of 23 years who has visited all seven continents.
23 November 2021
It’s time to swap the concrete jungle for the native bush as the new season of Welly Walks kicks-off next month.
22 November 2021
A network of safe biking routes free of traffic would be life changing for Wellington mum and Para-cyclist Liz Gasson.
Work to install a new roundabout and enhance pedestrian safety at the busy four-way intersection at Hataitai Village has been completed.
19 November 2021
Learn about what native birds you can find in Aotearoa's capital city.
Find out why meadows are a great environmental choice for your lawn with the team from Botanic Garden ki Paekākā.
18 November 2021
This Friday a drone will be taking images along Evans Bay to help design stronger sections of seawall, and new bike and walking paths.
Our Climate Future, a touring pop-up exhibition about climate change, is coming to Johnsonville Library.
17 November 2021
Closure of an area of Council owned land at Shelly Bay to manage the health and safety risks posed by the site.
16 November 2021
Kids share feedback on plans for a citywide network of safe connected biking and scooting routes.
15 November 2021
It's Play Week and we’re on a mission to promote wellbeing and explore and celebrate how Māori have used games and play for generations.
Everything’s coming up roses as the Hidden Gardens Project kicks-off across the city this week.
12 November 2021
Wellington City Councillors have given the green light to changes that will make Wellington’s Island Bay Parade safer for everyone.
Creative parking practices will soon be a thing of the past as Wellington City Council prepares to stamp out city-wide footpath parking, reduce transp...
A new central-city park for Wellington has been announced by Mayor Andy Foster. It will be on a site bordered by Taranaki and Frederick streets in Te ...
11 November 2021
Mittens the cat is moving to Auckland so we're remembering his magical time spent in Wellington.
Wellington's first Community Gardens Open Day coming up and free for all.
10 November 2021
Council supporting local hospitality sector in response to challenges of COVID-19 restrictions.
Work starts this month on the final phase of quarrying rock to make aggregate, an essential construction material, on the ‘north face’ of the Kiwi Poi...
The landmark sails on Queens Wharf are being removed as they are no longer shipshape – but a replacement is on the horizon.
9 November 2021
Annabelle Atkins must have been having her fair share of fun because the past 21 years at Wellington City Council have flown by.
8 November 2021
Twice a year, we relocate sand from Freyberg Beach to Oriental Bay. Find out why.
5 November 2021
Get your lawn looking lush with these great tips from the Wellington City Council mowing team.
Meet two loyal team members from our community pools, dedicated to enhancing people's wellbeing and keeping them safe on the poolside.
3 November 2021
Decisions next week on how planned improvements to The Parade in Island Bay should be progressed.
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