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The Govt defends scrapping new ferries, saying building and selling them is a bad idea.
Treasury evacuated in Wellington after basement fire, staff told to go home
Motorists have been asked to avoid the area.
Tide starts to turn on Nicola Willis over Cook Strait mega ferries
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'I'm sorry': Wellington council backtracks on pool and library cuts
One resident was brought to tears during the marathon council meeting.
'Perfect storm': KiwiRail reveals what led to mega ferry cost blowout
KiwiRail has also issued a stark warning about the state of Cook Strait's infrastructure.
KiwiRail fronts select committee amidst rail rage and ferry fury
KiwiRail bosses will face up to three hours of questioning.
Wellington dips into storage lakes as water shortage looms
Wellington is past the highest-risk period although there are still hot, dry weeks ahead.
Wellington City Council cost crunch - what's on the chopping block today?
Swimming pool and library hours could be reduced to cut costs.
KiwiRail visited South Korean shipyard after Government scuppered ferries
KiwiRail is now in the process of cancelling the contract with Hyundai Mipo Dockyard.
KiwiRail cancelling mega ferry contract with South Korean shipyard
KiwiRail's chief executive previously indicated the contract could be salvaged.
Wayne Brown’s frustration: Fuel tax gone, AT repeating mistakes
Auckland's mayor is facing a new set of troubles, including a pedestrian crossing saga.
The ‘icecream guy’ challenging the Green grip on Wellington
Karl Tiefenbacher is having a crack at politics after starting Kaffee Eis 19 years ago.
Opinion: Can Wellington dodge a water emergency? The latest risk data is in
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Mayor Tory Whanau’s hunt for council leaker costs ratepayers $43k
The cost of high-profile lawyer Linda Clark's investigation has been revealed.
Government approves major MetService transaction, review of war with Niwa continues
The national weather forecaster is moving into a new $250 million development.
KiwiRail to front select committee, future of Cook Strait ferries hangs in the balance
KiwiRail bosses could face questioning for three hours or more.
Tory Whanau, Green MPs, and a National government. So what’s the plan for Wellington?
Money is drying up for the transformation Tory Whanau campaigned on.
Khandallah homicide: Police investigation narrows in on key timeframe
Helen Gregory was found dead in her home on Baroda St in Wellington.
Wellington City Council negotiating move to former Datacom HQ
The building is advertised as being in a prime waterfront location with harbour views.
Skyrocketing insurance for apartment owners: Treasury admits 'knowledge gap'
Treasury is undertaking a nationwide survey of apartment owners.
Wellington residents face 15.4 % rates increase as water shortage bites
Wellington City councillors have also been briefed on possible budget cuts.