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Councillors will vote this morning on whether to allow e-scooter companies such as Flamingo to continue to operate in the city.
Hundreds of parking tickets are being issued every day in Wellington now paid on-street parking has been reintroduced in the capital.
It is the end of working from home for many people and offices have been working out how to get their areas ready for level 2, while hotels are allowing day rentals as an option for those who want to…
Wellington's proposed 30km/h road speed reductions should cover the entire CBD and inner suburbs, environmental groups and cycling advocates say.
Trains and buses may not have the capacity to meet commuter demand and give space for 1-metre social distancing.
The government's new loan scheme has been criticised by the opposition for being half-baked and lacking in clarity. Video
Wellington City councillors are being urged to stop squabbling and come together to assist with the region's economic recovery.
A survey has shown cycling was a popular new form of exercise during the lockdown, and people are now arguing for improved bike infrastructure.
People queued to get their fast food fix and delivery companies were overwhelmed with orders businesses reopened on the first day of alert level 3.
The race for fast food and delivery chains to get ready in time for Tuesday's rush is on - each store putting the work in to get their fridges fully stocked, and their deliveries up and running.
A new digital hub showcasing Wellington eateries has been created, with all businesses that sign up eligible to receive a subsidy of up to $500.
With alert level 3 approaching, small, independent restaurants and cafés are coming up with new ways of making sure they can still deliver to hungry customers. Video
Wellington is planning new events to help the city's economy recover after the Covid-19 lockdown.
Wellington City Council has agreed to borrow up to $16 million to fund repairs to the burst sewer pipes within the Mount Albert tunnel.
A list of 10 infrastructure projects, including the Convention Centre, and the Omaroro Reservoir, have been submitted as "shovel-ready" projects to the government.
Householders are facing increasing piles of paper and plastic as councils around the country put their recycling services on hold.
People are being urged to either stockpile or recycle their glass bottles and jars so manufacturers can continue to use products made of recycled glass.
Local authorities are having to face their own pressures under lockdown making sure everything behind the scenes keeps ticking.
The technology has been designed in response to Covid-19, allowing customers to purchase items without having to physically touch the terminal.
A 16-year-old girl who arrived back into the country from Spain on Friday and taken to an Auckland hotel has no idea when she will be able to get back to her South Island home.
To accommodate homeless people during the lockdown, 38 self-contained units have been created in central Wellington.
The rule to keep 2 metres apart has been catching people out and provoking some tense moments for those out exercising.
Mass flight cancellations and border closures in crucial transit countries have wreaked havoc on New Zealanders' travel plans trying to come home, as well as those going the other way.
Irish bars around Wellington say they're cracking on with St Patrick's Day events as planned for this afternoon, but not without taking extra precautions.
Thousands descended on Palmerston North over the weekend to witness cowpat throwing, hay bale stacking and sheep shearing.