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Artist Ellen Coup

A few weeks ago I filmed Wellington artist Ellen Coup as she painted a bus shelter in Khandallah as part of the city council’s mural project to reduce tagging and graffiti, and promote a community garden in the suburb. 38 more words


Homestead Moments

Starting now and through April, we’ve challenged ourselves and any willing friends to plant at least TWO things every day (reporting in on our business page… 733 more words

No. 2 Gonzaga gets past No. 11 UCLA to advance to Elite 8

Gonzaga reached the Elite 8 for the first time in 16 seasons under head coach Mark Few on Friday night as they defeated No. 11 seed UCLA, 74-62, in the South Regional in Houston. 317 more words

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York College men's basketball program faces compliance probe


Omar St. John

I confirmed the York College men’s basketball program is under investigation for academic eligibility and other compliance issues. This was after I asked whether star player Omar St. 48 more words

Consultation Season is Open: Take a day off work and start submitting

Regardless of the quality of the consultation process, we find ourselves in a position where a bunch of them are out there asking for feedback. This blog looks at what is currently open as of Monday 23rd March and what they are. 449 more words


Open Blog: Unrealistic targets, and deep concerns, about city’s special housing plans

by Andy Foster (first published at www.scoop.co.nz) and reprinted with permission

Special Housing Areas (SHAs) have been in the news as the Wellington City Council considers 13 areas as potential SHAs. 1,376 more words


Wellington's Long Term Plan - Another impending consultation fail? The devil is in the (missing) detail

I’ve just read through the hundreds of pages surrounding the Long Term Plan (LTP) for Wellington. This is going to be a bit of a ramble. 724 more words