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11 August 2022
Seventeen recipients were honoured tonight in the Absolutely Positively Wellingtonian Awards.
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Stand as a candidate for the local body elections! You could be the Mayor, a Councillor, or a Community Board Member. Voters on the Māori roll will vote for a Councillor from the new Māori ward - Te Whanganui-a-Tara. Find out more about being a candidate, and what else is happening in the capital, in this week's newsletter.
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