Just a reminder that Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency issued COVID extensions for vehicle registrations, Warrants of Fitness (WoF) and Certificates of Fitness (CoF) end at 11.59pm on Saturday 10 October.
We’ve been popping warnings onto vehicles with expired documents since the beginning of September, and we’ll resume issuing infringements from Sunday 11 October 2020 7am.
If your vehicle is unwarranted or unlicensed after this date, you may be issued a $200 fee.
For more information, visit: wellington.govt.nz...
It is not Feathered Friend Friday but a beautiful white tūī has been spotted in Wellington.
Thank-you Sean Gillespie for your lovely pictures.
Who recognises this famous photo from the Stuff archives?
Hint: It has come to represents a pivotal moment in New Zealand history.
A lavish home, believed to be the largest new build in Wellington in more than a decade, is taking shape above Evans Bay.
The five-bedroom, 1400-square-metre house in Overtoun Terrace in Hataitai will be fitted with two bars, an indoor swimming pool, work areas, massage and games rooms, a “great room”, and a home theatre.
It is being constructed on two sections of land, bought for $5.8m in 2016 by Wellington-based siblings Nigel and Susan Stanford.
The combined cost of the land and the house totals $13.3m.