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City Voice Media Ltd. ceases publishing City Voice

Wednesday, 11 July 2001, 7:47 pm | City Voice Newspaper

City Voice Media Ltd. announced today that last week’s City Voice (5 July, 2001) was the last one to be published by the company and no plans are being made to re-initiate publication. More >>

Supporting City Voice – Preview Of The Gladiator

Monday, 24 July 2000, 5:01 pm | City Voice Newspaper

City Voice is holding a preview of 'Gladiator' featuring ex pat muscleman Russell Crowe in a short leather skirt... which should appeal to multiple demographics. More >>

City Voice benefit Concert

Friday, 23 June 2000, 5:19 pm | City Voice Newspaper

City Voice is holding a fundraising concert at Bar Bodega on Sunday (25 June). Called Banding Together it starts around 5pm and feaqtures poetry, live music and DJs. It has been programmed so the afternoon and early eveining will be the perfect way to ... More >>

City Voice: ‘Why not rob a bank?’ – Cr. Morrison

Thursday, 9 March 2000, 11:22 am | City Voice Newspaper

REBEL Wellington City Councillor John Morrison says the council may as well “rob a bank” if it is willing to break the law on how it funds the cost of the city’s new sewerage plant. More >>

Scoop Images: Kupe Returns To Capital

Thursday, 9 March 2000, 11:14 am | City Voice Newspaper

SIXTY years after the historic Kupe statue was completed, two of the original sculptors turned out to see a $450,000 bronze replica unveiled on Taranaki Wharf last Saturday (4 March). Phyll Thomas, a daughter of the leading sculptor William Trethewey, came ... More >>

More Tall Buildings Predicted

Friday, 25 February 2000, 3:27 pm | City Voice Newspaper

WELLINGTON can expect three or four new "tall buildings" in the next five years, says Mayor Mark Blumsky More >>

Kicking Up A Storm

Friday, 25 February 2000, 3:26 pm | City Voice Newspaper

WITH maximum energy, Wellingtonian Paul Grubi is adding to the capital's carnival atmosphere by creating the first NZ Footbag Championships More >>

City Voice Images: Washed Up

Friday, 18 February 2000, 11:39 am | City Voice Newspaper

Washing machine metaphors abound in Ryan McFadyen’s play Suburban Appliance Tragedy. McFadyen says his tale of the slobbish Omo is “literal dirty laundry”. More >>

City Voice: Waterfront reserve gains momentum

Friday, 11 February 2000, 4:28 pm | City Voice Newspaper

PROPOSALS to make Wellington's waterfront a reserve are now vying with scaled-down development schemes, after the city council bowed to public opinion this week and agreed to review its building plans. More >>

Poll Urged To Test Waterfront Views

Thursday, 3 February 2000, 10:40 pm | City Voice Newspaper

CITY Council finance chair Chris Parkin is urging scientific opinion polling to test public feeling about the proposed waterfront development. More >>

City Voice: This Weeks Letters

Friday, 28 January 2000, 4:45 pm | City Voice Newspaper

Elitist Varsity – Self Esteem – Byelection Politics – Stadium - Herd St Post Office - Waitangi Day – Bus Shelters More >>

City Voice: No compromise on harbour development

Friday, 28 January 2000, 4:35 pm | City Voice Newspaper

WELLINGTON City Council leaders show no sign of compromising over proposed new buildings on the waterfront which have drawn a storm of protest. More >>

City Voice: Fringe frenzy

Friday, 28 January 2000, 4:33 pm | City Voice Newspaper

CHECK out that Fringe… the programme for the month long (that’s a week more than the NZ Festival)Wellington Fringe Festival 2000 comes bundled with this week’s City Voice and is available in cafes around the city. More >>

City Voice Newspaper - Letters To The Editor

Thursday, 20 January 2000, 9:37 am | City Voice Newspaper

Rates Relief - Lambton Harbour - Waitangi Day - Blameless Cities - Muslim Wives - Museum Of Wellington - Post Office - Indonesia's Future - Money Supply - Student Loans More >>

WATERFRONT WAR: Herd St For Art Gallery

Thursday, 20 January 2000, 9:27 am | City Voice Newspaper

THE Herd St Post Office building could be transformed into a gallery showcasing NZ artworks and collections and ground floor retail and an apartment complex, says art curator Luit Bieringa. More >>

WATERFRONT WAR: Tidal wave against plans

Thursday, 20 January 2000, 9:23 am | City Voice Newspaper

THE city council-funded Our City Our Future strategic advisory group has come out against the council's proposed development of Lambton Harbour. More >>

City Voice/Scoop Forum Report: Universal Income

Thursday, 4 November 1999, 1:29 pm | City Voice Newspaper

LABOUR'S Wellington Central candidate, Marian Hobbs, says she is keen to see further work done on the idea of paying everyone a universal living allowance. More >>

City Voice: Standing up for sole parents

Monday, 1 November 1999, 8:37 am | City Voice Newspaper

A MIRAMAR real estate agent who spent eight years on the domestic purposes benefit, Linda Dring, has agreed to stand for Future NZ in Rongotai. More >>

City Voice/Scoop Nov. 4 Election Forum Advisory

Monday, 1 November 1999, 8:33 am | City Voice Newspaper

New Zealand has been awarded the "Fossil of the Day" award by environmental groups at the United Nations for its environmental achievement. More >>

City Voice: Four parties back Transmission Gully

Monday, 1 November 1999, 8:28 am | City Voice Newspaper

One of the biggest local issues for Wellington voters in a City Voice poll in June was transport. Sarla Donovan reports. More >>

 

 

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