21 September 2020
Wellington City Council’s services and facilities will return to normal operations with contact tracing where necessary as the city moves to Alert Lev...
22 October 2020
With 20,000 gigs cancelled around Aotearoa during COVID-19 restrictions, Wellington City Council’s support of local independent music venues and talen...
21 October 2020
Thankfully, tarantulas can’t jump. Because at Wellington Zoo's new experience, you get very very close to the fascinating creatures.
20 October 2020
What do the Director-General of Health, a former Deputy Mayor, a drag king, a wahine toa, and an interfaith council leader have in common? They’re all...
19 October 2020
Funding support for our community organisations is always important, but during COVID-19, it’s vital – and Wellington City Council’s grants are meetin...
15 October 2020
A Wellington charity is now feeding up to 1,500 tamariki every day, improving the students' engagement and school attendance rates.
14 October 2020
They come from as far as Myanmar, Syria, Colombia and Somalia, and in the holidays these families got to meet giraffes, tigers, and capybaras.
9 October 2020
For the passionate staff at the Tip Shop, it’s much more than just a job. They go to work to make a difference – to people and to the planet.
8 October 2020
Wellington City Council, ZEALANDIA and local iwi are proud to be part of a mission to bring a very rare parasitic plant back to the capital.
New parking racks for e-scooters will start being installed in busy areas around central Wellington from next week to provide spaces where scooters ca...
7 October 2020
‘People tend to scalp their lawn to within an inch of its life': How to keep your lawn looking tip top this spring.
6 October 2020
Pōneke is abundant with eager bird watchers, with the capital coming out on top for most birds spotted during the Great Kererū Count.
5 October 2020
Neil Watson was delighted to discover his Wellington building was not earthquake prone, following a seismic assessment funded by Council.
An $11m project to strengthen and stabilise the Ngaio Gorge slip starts on Monday 12 October.
30 September 2020
When one thinks of services provided by a council, producing milk and butter does not spring to mind. But this was a reality for Wellington.
29 September 2020
Wellington City Council has secured $1 million from Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency to design four Innovating Streets ‘pilots’ with the community.
28 September 2020
Looking for creative ways to keep the littlies occupied over the spring break? Check out our guide of holiday activities and ideas.
25 September 2020
Wellingtonian Rachel Noble is on a mission – to create a world in which everyone feels included, accepted, and is treated equally.
24 September 2020
The team looks after a whopping 813 sites, from Mākara to Tawa to Seatoun, and everywhere in between.
23 September 2020
Rewind five years and filming a rare kārearea (NZ falcon) gorging on a pigeon in central Wellington would have been out of the question.
Wellington City Council is turning the big 150 this month, and we’re celebrating with a walk down memory lane – and everyone can come along.
18 September 2020
Two inspiring young wahine are combining their skills for teaching children to swim with their passion for revitalising te reo Māori.
17 September 2020
Wellington City Council is a proud partner of the Great Kererū Count, which is about to take-off this Friday.
10 September 2020
Recent information shows the capital’s car share schemes are proving to be popular in Wellington – and with the planet.
Wellington City Council will start issuing warnings this week to remind vehicle users the Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency’s COVID-related extension fo...
9 September 2020
A six-week public consultation to gather Wellingtonians’ views on restoring the Central Library service in the heart of the city has ended with signif...
7 September 2020
Predator Free Wellington has been given a $7.6 million funding boost today from Predator Free 2050 Limited as part of the Government’s Jobs for Nature...
3 September 2020
Every morning before work begins along Cobham Drive, workers check for kororā (little blue penguins) which could have taken refuge over night.
This week, the Wellington City Council provided funding of $340K to 40 organisations that support local community needs across arts, culture, well-bei...
Te Wiki o te Reo Māori Language Week runs from 14-20 Mahuru (September), and Wellington City Council will be hosting events and online activities to c...
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