29 August 2018
Wellington City Council has agreed to proceed to a user-pays model with parking at weekends.
20 September 2018
A partnership with central government could result in Wellington City Council leasing 104 new social housing units to Housing New Zealand (HNZ).
19 September 2018
Otari Native Botanic Garden and Wilton's Bush Reserve has taken a major step forward in its history, taking on scientific research aimed at saving nat...
Famous radio broadcaster Maud Basham will be remembered in Wellington today with the unveiling of a plaque in her honour.
18 September 2018
In 2017 the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment investigated the use of aluminium-composite panels (ACP) on New Zealand buildings. To assi...
This year, 19 September marks 125 years since the Electoral Act was passed giving all women in New Zealand the right to vote – and making New Zealand ...
17 September 2018
Te Māra apartments – 104 new social housing units built by Wellington City Council – were blessed in a dawn ceremony today (Monday 17 September).
16 September 2018
Confusion about the name of Wellington’s waterfront lagoon will be no more, with Whairepo Lagoon now etched into the landscape.
14 September 2018
A New Zealand-first model to help bring more affordable and quality rental accommodation to the central city has been unveiled in Wellington.
13 September 2018
Wellington City Council is embracing Te Wiki o te reo Māori by proposing to name several new reserves after native birds.
12 September 2018
Amid the hustle and bustle of city life, Wellingtonians are generally happy with their lot, and also have a high level of concern for their fellow cit...
11 September 2018
Wellington City Council has planted hundreds of rare and threatened plants back in their former habitat on Wellington’s South Coast with the support o...
10 September 2018
Wellington is ready to embrace te reo Māori, not just for Te Wiki o te Reo Māori, but every week, Mayor Justin Lester says.
The Council has approved over $350,000 in grants to projects and organisations that reflect the diversity of the capital, and will contribute to build...
5 September 2018
Wellington City Council and The Sustainable Business Network are excited to announce the four winners of the 2018 Good Food Boost programme – giving f...
4 September 2018
The foundation of the Royal New Zealand Ballet's new temporary home is about to rise from the ground at its central Wellington site.
Work will be getting under way on the section of Oriental Parade between Herd Street and Freyberg Pool from Monday 10 September so the planned street ...
3 September 2018
Wellington City Council is celebrating becoming the country’s largest accredited Living Wage employer – and the first council to achieve the mark.
Today marks the start of the Wellington Botanic Garden’s 150th anniversary.
Wellington Mayor Justin Lester welcomes the government’s decision to allot a record $1.9 billion investment in transport to the capital.
The first Wellington City Council staff are scheduled to shift from Civic Square to temporary offices on The Terrace after Labour Weekend in October.
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