The council have released an image of an artwork to be installed at Maclean Park and unveiled in early 2020.
They say the nearly 10m long sculpture "symbolises the journey of whales and other travellers through the Te Rau o te Rangi waters – the strait between Kapiti Island and the mainland. "
It will be made of pre-cast concrete and include "ambient lighting and sound effects to create an aural and visual experience".
Do you like it? Let us know what you think!
We're yet to find out what it cost but will let you know on Monday.
Pick up of your old/broken/unwanted things. (copied from facebook)
Most items $15 each - fridges, upright freezers, washing machines, dryers, dishwashers, ovens, hot water cylinders, bbqs etc. $20 for chest freezers and double door fridges.
Raumati to Otaki urban areas (rural maybe extra)
Or let me know if you have any other metal items that u need removed.
Pm me to arrange Alyce Dixon www.facebook.com...
Created by Lew and Denise Davis
Filmed by Kapiti Paparazzi Media
DIY-ers are being urged to dispose of paint responsibly, after a video captured paint flowing from a storm water drain into Titahi Bay. Wellington Water said paint was found in waterways every summer. How do you you dispose of paint?