6 October 2022
Purchased by Wellington City Libraries over 40 years ago, the complete collection from one of New Zealand’s most significant photographers of the 20th...
5 October 2022
4 October 2022
The party precinct. The strip between Courtenay Place and Manners Street. We visited the precinct after dark to find out first hand where we can make ...
30 September 2022
Jewellery, neon lightwork, paintings and three-dimensional creations – this is just a taste of what’s on offer at the Residents Exhibition, an annual ...
Mental Health Awareness Week runs until 2 October, but your mental health deserves your care and attention every single day. Here are simple ways to g...
29 September 2022
We’ve put together a list of projects that have happened in our communities that may inspire you to vote for someone who aligns with your values in We...
28 September 2022
Diwali is Wellington's local Indian and South-East Asian communities' most vibrant cultural festival, and it's coming soon.
27 September 2022
We've made accessing information, resources and voting easier for all members of the community for this year’s election.
They say you can’t beat Wellington on a good day – there’s nothing better than a stroll or roll in the sunshine, taking in the sights of the waterfron...
23 September 2022
In the 20 years that Mat Kenny, Team Leader for Parking at Wellington City Council, has been in the parking sector, he has had multiple death threats ...
Stuck for ideas on what you can do over the long weekend in Wellington? We’ve got you covered!
21 September 2022
On any given day, you’ll see Council staff and volunteers weeding, mowing and planting around Pōneke, to restore our wild and beautiful city. But did ...
Find out all about the events for Wellington’s older community during Te Wiki Kaumātua – Seniors' Week 2022.
19 September 2022
Some Council services and facilities will be impacted by the national public holiday to mark the passing of Queen Elizabeth II on Monday 26 September.
Voting doesn’t have to be a chore. It’s as simple as three easy steps. To save you the hassle, here’s a short our guide on how to vote in the simples...
Taranaki Whānui, Ngāti Toa and Wellington City Council are excited to launch Mahau, a new Māori language app to celebrate, encourage and share te reo ...
16 September 2022
Plans to make Wellington a place where it is easier and safer to get places in low carbon ways are another step closer.
It goes without saying that Wellington is full of awesome spaces and places, so why not try something new and explore these outdoor hot spots?
Today sees the start of over 160,000 voting papers being sent to all enrolled voters in Wellington City for next month’s election.
15 September 2022
Award-winning Silver Noodle Soup has found a temporary home in Newtown’s Hockey Stadium thanks to the Aho Tini Strategy.
13 September 2022
Glover Park, located between Ghuznee Street and Garrett Street, will be getting a refresh as work continues on the Swan Lane and Garrett Street precin...
12 September 2022
This year there are more places to vote in the Council election – as well as at any post box.
Council is recognising Te Wiki o te Reo Māori with events and activities around the city.
9 September 2022
Anxiety around climate change has increased in schools over the last five years, with some young people feeling overwhelmed by the magnitude of issues...
Buckingham Palace has announced that Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth has died today aged 96.
Celebrate our queer community with two weeks of events and activities for the Wellington Pride Festival. Check out what you can do to celebrate Pride!
8 September 2022
Over three decades, the Wellington family-owned music production company Minaaka has dedicated their lives to the revitalisation of the Māori language...
2 September 2022
The iconic venue is re-opening as an affordable theatre space for the performing arts sector in the city.
1 September 2022
Find out the latest road closure, Traffic Management Plans (TMP) and status updates.
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