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!
Who recognises this famous photo from the Stuff archives?
Hint: It has come to represents a pivotal moment in New Zealand history.
Have you smelt something rotten in the air lately? It might because the Amorphophallus Konjac is blooming and the stench is real!
Wellington Gardens have received complaints of blocked loos and dead animals, which confirm that the Voodoo Lily has reached its full smelly potential.
If you're keen for a smell of good cheese or rotten meat, pop into the Begonia House during open hours for a sniff.
It won't last long, as the plant stops smelling after a day or two!
It is not Feathered Friend Friday but a beautiful white tūī has been spotted in Wellington.
Thank-you Sean Gillespie for your lovely picture.