Audiences often don’t know what to expect when David Batten wheels onto the stage.
More a “sit-down comedian” than a stand-up comedian, as he likes to joke, Dave is 29, (“Holy hell,” he said) and has lived with athetoid cerebral palsy his whole life.
We are proposing that unaddressed mail or advertising mail may not be put in letter boxes that are clearly marked with the words “no circulars” or “no junk mail”.
Do you agree or disagree?
Visit www.letstalk.wellington.govt.nz... to have your say on our proposed Solid Waste Management and Minimisation Bylaw 2020.
Kia kaha Pōneke!
We are moving to Alert Level 1 at 11:59pm tonight (21 September) until further notice from the Government.
Our services and facilities will return to normal with contact tracing encouraged.
💛 The Harbourside Market will reopen on Sunday 27 September
💛 All our pools and recreation centres will remain open with programmes and fitness classes resuming normal scheduling
💛 Rubbish and recycling collection services are operating as usual
💛 Southern Landfill, the Tip Shop and Recycling Centre will resume normal service
💛 All Library branches are open with all programmes and events resuming normal scheduling over the next few weeks
For more information on the operation of our services and facilities visit:
Great work Pōneke!
Following the Government’s alert level 1 announcement Metlink has confirmed that face coverings will not be mandatory on board bus, ferry and train services from Tuesday September 22 2020. While some passengers may continue to wear face coverings out of personal preference, the focus for all passengers should now be on personal hygiene measures and tracking journeys. Metlink is encouraging all passengers to log their travel, using the Government’s COVID-19 tracing app for contact tracing purposes. For further updates check out the Metlink website metlink.org.nz/covid-19