Wellington is at COVID-19 Alert Level 1
15 April 2021
Wellington City Council has adopted four principles that will guide the design for modernising the Central Library building within the remediation pla...
14 April 2021
A trial of the white triangle road marking in Wellington has just begun, providing parking spaces for smaller vehicles in residential streets.
13 April 2021
Katie and Adam are two of Wellington City Council’s awesome Park Rangers, caring for our many parks, reserves, and open spaces.
12 April 2021
Helping events be more sustainable and repurposing hotel linen to those in need are just two of the innovating ideas to come out of 2021's Climathon c...
9 April 2021
A proposal to add mana whenua representation to Wellington City Council committees received a majority vote.
Warm soil and cool air, the perfect conditions for your garden to grow and flourish. Here's some top tips from one of our gardeners.
8 April 2021
There is always heaps going on in Newtown, from art projects to festivals to workshops. Check out what’s new in this vibrant suburb!
7 April 2021
She was a key player in the aftermath of the Central Library closure and is a keen rugby fan. Meet our loyal librarian of almost 60 years.
It’s 2021, so we’re sharing stories about 21 of our people who have worked at Council for 20 years or more.
6 April 2021
Wellington Mayor Andy Foster is delighted that the draft 2021-31 Long-term Plan is out for consultation.
Get up close and personal with Sasa, a honey and fly-loving 14-year-old Sun Bear with a huge personality.
1 April 2021
Stuck for something to do this Easter weekend other than eating chocolate? Check out our list of five fun things to do in the capital.
Planning your residential building project is now faster and easier thanks to a new interactive online tool launched by Wellington City Council.
News that Wellington has been confirmed as a Host City for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2023™ reinforces the city’s reputation as New Zealand’s home of ...
31 March 2021
He loves wrestling, going to the gym, and speaks four languages. We sat down with our Senior Democracy Advisor to find out what he does, and why he lo...
30 March 2021
Wellingtonians stand out from their counterparts in New Zealand’s other major cities in believing their city is a great place to live according to a r...
With Easter and Anzac Day coming up next month, there are a number of events happening, and some changes to Wellington City Council’s services and ope...
In a recent response to a 4-year-old about where waste goes, a Wellington City Council officer penned a playful poem.
29 March 2021
The autumn edition of our popular quarterly magazine features the latest information about Council services, facilities and events.
The first stage of repairs to the historic Oriental Bay sea wall will start mid-April.
26 March 2021
To celebrate Neighbours Day Aotearoa, we are highlighting some of the people going above and beyond for their communities.
We all know it’s important to look after our teeth. And that goes for middle-aged giraffes, too.
Wellington City Council, Greater Wellington Regional Council, the city’s hospitality industry, retailers, and Police have launched a social contract a...
25 March 2021
On 25 March 2020, the entire country went into self-isolation. We spoke to some of our staff about their experiences – personally and professionally –...
Wellingtonians will shortly be asked for their feedback on two key strategies and a social wellbeing framework that will support our vision for an inc...
We rewind the clock and recall the resilience, resourcefulness, and kindness shown by our community during Alert Level 4 in 2020.
24 March 2021
Waiora, the new Sport and Community Hub at Alex Moore Park is being officially opened on Saturday 27 March after a pre-dawn blessing and ceremony.
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