Burn Her is setting fire to the capital this August with a sizzling behind-closed-doors peek at the storm of politics and PR spin.
The award-winning, smash hit NZ political thriller is celebrating its Wellington debut with a phenomenal and highly acclaimed cast and crew.
Burn Her is a searing script about charismatic and idealistic party leader Aria Robson who clinches one seat in Parliament. That same night, an intern comes to her with a scandal that could sink the party by morning.
A timely and whip-smart production from a powerful women-driven creative team.
“Thoughtful, engaging, and absolutely gut-wrenching” – Tearaway
We have been made aware of a video on social media of Titahi Bay beach with comments of suspected wastewater pollution/sewage.
We can confirm there has been no discharge or overflow event from the Porirua Wastewater Treatment Plant.
The video shows seaweed and sea foam, which is common following heavy winds.
We will be conducting tests in the area for reassurance, and will provide an update when these results have been received.
Hi neighbours, soft plastic recycling bins are coming back.
The Love NZ Soft Plastic Recycling Scheme, which was suspended in 2018, has returned to Auckland and Hamilton and, as of October, will be back in Wellington too.
It can get confusing trying to keep track of what to recycle, what not to recycle, and what's just rubbish.
To read more, click here.
Here's what you can and can't put in soft plastic recycling bins.
Spats over big projects from transport to convention centres dominated a mayoral debate between five contenders for Wellington's top job.
On stage at Rutherford House on Monday night were Conor Hill, Jenny Condie, Andy Foster, Diane Calvert and incumbent Mayor Justin Lester - candidates who have built up enough of a campaign machine since nominations opened to give them a shot at the council's top elected position.