Wellington City Council (WCC) manages around 3,500 hectares of open space, and Irai Edwin and the rest of the arborist team are charged with looking a...
The Built Heritage Incentive Fund keeps our heritage alive with financial support and expert advice.
Ken literally has one foot in the grave every day as a cemetery technician!
Kali Maharaj is a real people’s person, and as the daytime Team Leader for the Council's Customer Contact Centre that’s just as well, because she and her team helped almost 300,000 people last year.
Billie Tait-Jones and the Tira Poutama: Iwi Partnerhips team work to build a stronger relationship between the Council and Wellington Māori, which benefits the whole community.
Although her job title is Senior Dog Control Officer, Vicki Harwood has also encountered the odd chicken, a few sheep, a goat or two, and some runaway cows in her travels – but that’s all in a days’ work for her and the team.
Suzanne Tamaki is part of a busy events team that keeps Wellington buzzing.
Club Active fitness consultant Tash O’Connor’s energy and enthusiasm is so addictive you can’t help but feel motivated to get fit and healthy when she...
Phil Railton-Jacks, also known by his artistic pseudonym Dr-fil is an artist at heart, humour and practice.
Meagan Miller’s job is rubbish – minimising it and educating people about how to make a better environment and future for us all to enjoy.
As the operations manager at the Council’s Southern Landfill, Darren Hoskins’s main job is to turn bad rubbish into good products.
The life of a life guard is nothing like TV – it’s much better, according to Freyberg Pool's Sam Aitken.
Otari-Wilton Bush Manager Rewi Elliot doesn’t beat around the bush when it comes to plants!
Paulo Fuiono is part Lone Ranger and part Power Ranger as one of the Council's Park Rangers!
Sarah Adams believes food is the heart of the community and, as the Urban Agriculture advisor for Wellington, she is able to help the community realis...
The days of reverent silence and shushing librarians are definitely a thing of the past – and Monty Masseurs, one of Wellington libraries' collection development team, is the perfect example of that.
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