Councillors are today considering the findings of a code of conduct complaint.
Chief executive says resource wasn't meeting council's priorities including climate change
Solutions discussed to address growing violence and antisocial behaviour in the capital.
It's embarrassing the city doesn't have a direct public transport service to the airport.
Wellington City Council's social housing arm is forecast to be insolvent by 2023.
Councillors make public interest case over code of conduct investigation findings.
Passenger recalls "crunching and scraping" sounds before the bus eventually stopped.
The council should be more transparent about the behaviour of elected members.
Findings of an independent investigation into Andy Foster's behaviour have been revealed.
Complaints range from whether buffet dinners were actually lavish to attacks on Facebook.
The Herald complained about the council's refusal to release information 16 months ago.
Confidential restructure proposal being consulted on with 147 staff across arts sector.
Sarah Owen quit last month after less than a year in the job.
Closures follow a string of others as fewer visit CBD and more people work from home.
Concerns were raised three times between July 2018 and January 2020.
A second bailout request raises questions over WCC's status as a social housing provider.
ANALYSIS: Politics isn't the problem at the council, poor political judgment is.
A third of respondents say they experience sexual violence or harassment every weekend.
Hundreds of bus services will be cancelled in the capital from Friday.
The memorial is being held at Wellington Cathedral of St Paul from 3pm.
Road autopsy reveals an undercooked price and what led to astonishing consent breaches.
Analysis: Andy Foster's version of political balance undermines much needed fresh start.
Mayor Andy Foster announces proposed chairs for new decision-making structure.
Review of council probes claims of serial leaking, a mayoral absence, and dysfunction.
More than 250 buses were cancelled today while union members attended a stop-work meeting.
OPINION: The capital's rumour mill is in full swing over who is eyeing up the mayoralty.
Councillors and mayor Andy Foster will meet with the reviewer tomorrow to discuss it.
Both southbound lanes have reopened following a two-vehicle crash.
A water main that burst on Molesworth St has now been repaired.
Coming up with the money to fix our woeful pipes is one thing, but who will do the work?
A New Zealand man who worked for the royal family recalls Prince Philip's kindness.
City councillor says city is too focused on punishing people rather than educating them.
"We shouldn't be asking the community whether we should uphold Te Tiriti o Waitangi."
Councillor says the council's vision for the city cannot be dominated by private vehicles.
Buses cancelled, union wrangling with operator, moves to pay drivers a living wage.
Rape convictions are at a ten year low and family violence offences have increased.
Police want to speak to anyone on the bus at the time another passenger was killed.
The council has received its second qualified opinion from Audit NZ in less than a year.
Police have named the man as Andrew Lockwood Waikare, who was also known as "Doc".
The pedestrian had just stepped off the bus before being hit and killed.
Music festival organisers: 'We never thought something like this would happen.'
A scene examination has been completed and the crash investigation is ongoing.
Voting rights debate comes after the council agreed in principle to establish Māori ward.
Chain stores have a role to play in quirky Cuba St, just as they always have.
School spent months deliberating over the cultural connotations of the term "mufti".
In the festival's biggest programme yet, 1750 artists are taking to Cuba St this weekend.
Untreated water had to be diverted after a power cut stopped a UV filter from working.
CBD 'in dire need of a makeover', hub would get youth of the streets in vulnerable hours.
Assurances are being made the building will be ready for NZ Festival, despite the issues.
Only Snapper and SuperGold cards can be used on express services from June.
"I didn't even know what was happening, I just started feeling a lot of pain in my chest."
A boil water notice remains in place while authorities wait on further test results.
Wellington car's windscreen smashed and another had to be towed.
The plant-based restaurant is just across the road from the Prime Minister's residence.
The boys grabbed the offender and smashed a window to help police with the arrest.
The stages are installed, the weather forecast is good, and organisers are ecstatic.
The council has received a low-level E.coli sample reading this afternoon.
A $500 million development at Shelly Bay has been bogged down in several legal challenges.
Sarah Owen has been in the role for less than a year.
Demand could outstrip water supply in the Wellington region by as early as 2026.
Ponter has a change of heart and reaffirms commitment to remain as chairman.
A video of people sculling mimosas was the final straw for one establishment.
Transport authorities surprised bus drivers aren't in line ahead of general population.
The switch would not be unprecedented, but various factors to manage.
Councillor Jill Day: 'Māori voice must be at the table, it can't be left to chance'.
Upper Hutt increases its renewal budget by just 15 per cent, despite region's water woes.
Act and Greens back National members' bill, but Labour flags changes after first reading.
Police say the boy wasn't injured but is understandably shaken by the incident.
University pushes ahead with brand refresh, which opponents call a name change by stealth.
Company director: "This is a dangerous spiral for any company to find itself in."