The debate is on about which is NZ's second largest city - Christchurch or Wellington - and it all comes down to where you consider the border to be. So, if you live in the Hutt, Porirua, Kāpiti and Wairarapa, what do you say? Are you a Wellingtonian?
Check out the Whale Song Information Centre display at Coastlands which opened this week
This is located opposite "Tank" Juice Bar in the food area next to PaperPlus and is an open to view public display presented by the Whale Song Charitable Trust.
This is an amazing project that will not require any Ratepayer Funds. Correct, you as a ratepayer are not being asked to contribute through your rates. The Whale Song Charitable Trust are making no funding requests of Council except to help progress the project through the resource consent process.
This project will be funded by private donors, sponsorships and arts grants.
Want to donate, contact the trust or pop in and visit the display in the mall.
The biggest sculptural project in New Zealand all about NZ's earliest beginnings right here in Kapiti, pre european, whales, oil, commerce, conservation, today!
Visit Coastlands and learn the facts about this districts cultural and early european history, and find links in this community you may not know you have...
This is a project for the Kapiti district by Kapiti people... built by those who can contribute and enjoyed by everyone.
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Please do visit the display! Bring the kids, bring the grandparents.
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The North Island Journey
Wednesday 25 March - Tuesday 7 April
Experience the North Island like you never have before on this 14-day Journey. Explore the North Island by train and coach, enjoying a magnificent combination of sights and experiences.
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