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Iwi members and a protest group have spent their first night occupying land at Wellington's contentious seaside development Shelly Bay.
Work is expected to start on a controversial development at Taikuru - Shelly Bay - next week, after Wellington City councillors voted in favour of selling the land at an eight-hour meeting last night.
Wellington city councillors have voted against a move to dig deeper into the details around the controversial Shelly Bay project.
A group of mana whenua in Wellington have taken legal action against its iwi's Trust, saying it sold land at Shelly Bay against their people's wishes.
Sir Peter Jackson has delivered a scathing critique of the Wellington City Council's plans for a major development.
A group of business people, including film industry figures, is mounting a legal challenge against Wellington City Council's plan to greenlight a $500 million development at Shelly Bay.
Members of a Wellington-based iwi trust are taking a claim to the Waitangi Tribunal over what they say is the illegal sale of ancestral land.
A Wellington-based iwi trust has proposed a joint venture to sell some land at Shelly Bay - despite a referendum on the sale failing just seven months ago.
A Wellington iwi is proposing to sell off land at Shelly Bay, even though people voted just seven months ago not to sell the land. Audio
A Wellington-based iwi trust has not received the votes it needed to go ahead with plans to sell waterfront land at Shelly Bay. Audio
Protesters have upped their pressure on an iwi trust as they seek to stop its sale of land in Wellington to developers.
Having a Port Nicholson Block Settlement Trust employee handling votes on whether to sell a key asset in Wellington is not a good look, some iwi members say. Audio
A group staging an overnight occupation of harbourside land in Wellington, in protest at plans to sell the property, has decided to end the action.
A major housing development planned for Wellington is being criticised by a community housing organisation as unaffordable for people on a regular income.