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Residents Win From Low Business Rates

Friday, 3 March 2000, 2:26 pm | Wellington Mayor Mark Blumsky

“All Wellingtonians will lose if their shops, restaurants, hairdressers and banks are forced to pay higher rates,” Wellington Mayor Mark Blumsky said today. More >>

Draft People's Waterfront Charter

Monday, 7 February 2000, 10:24 am | Wellington Mayor Mark Blumsky

The Wellington Waterfront belongs to the People of Wellington, is treasured by them and is part of their heritage. It is a place where people participate in the full range of activities that Wellington has to offer. In this diversity lies the value ... More >>

Mayor Blumsky: Statement To The People Of Wgtn

Monday, 7 February 2000, 10:22 am | Wellington Mayor Mark Blumsky

I’ve asked you here today because I have a very important message for the People of Wellington. More >>

Mayor Seeks Middle Ground No Wall; No Paddock

Monday, 7 February 2000, 10:21 am | Wellington Mayor Mark Blumsky

“The council I have been elected to lead will find the middle way between those who would build a wall and those who would leave the waterfront empty and lifeless,” Wellington Mayor Mark Blumsky said today. More >>

Council seals Bus Depot deal worth over $7 million

Friday, 26 November 1999, 11:24 am | Wellington Mayor Mark Blumsky

Wellington City Council has decided to appoint the joint bid from Stagecoach NZ and Ryman Healthcare as preferred tenderer for the Kilbirnie Bus Depot, a deal worth over $7 million. More >>

SPCA gets new car thanks to WCC Parking Services

Thursday, 23 September 1999, 12:45 am | Wellington Mayor Mark Blumsky

The SPCA are the proud owners of a brand new Toyota Corolla thanks to a chain of unlikely events and the sharp eyes of George Skimming, ex-manager of Wellington City Council’s Parking Services. More >>

Wellington rolls out the … um … pink carpet

Wednesday, 22 September 1999, 10:47 am | Wellington Mayor Mark Blumsky

Wellington is preparing a grand welcome for the International Gay and Lesbian Travel Association Symposium taking place in the Capital over the weekend. More >>

Jack Illot’s memory will be preserved

Friday, 17 September 1999, 7:52 am | Wellington Mayor Mark Blumsky

If a hotel is built on Jack Illot Green, a new and probably even more significant memorial will take its place according to Mayor Mark Blumsky. More >>

World 7s lured by Totally Wellington

Wednesday, 15 September 1999, 5:39 pm | Wellington Mayor Mark Blumsky

The first rugby event at the WestpacTrust Stadium will be the World Rugby 7s Tournament in early February 2000 thanks to Totally Wellington. More >>

Olympic windfall for Wellington region

Wednesday, 8 September 1999, 1:37 pm | Wellington Mayor Mark Blumsky

A Wellington Regional Council proposal could reap a big windfall for the Wellington region from the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games according to Wellington Mayor Mark Blumsky. More >>

Wellington and the Millennium? It’s sorted!

Friday, 27 August 1999, 3:47 pm | Wellington Mayor Mark Blumsky

Why leave town to go celebrating the new millennium? The advice to Wellingtonians is STICK AROUND – because the Capital is shaping up to be the hottest spot in New Zealand to celebrate the big event. More >>

Cable Car will not be sold

Thursday, 19 August 1999, 2:18 pm | Wellington Mayor Mark Blumsky

Wellington Alive and Labour City Councillors have decided not to pursue the proposed sale of the Wellington Cable Car but want the well-loved Wellington icon's operators to think outside the square. More >>

Wellington Partnership will save ratepayers heaps

Monday, 16 August 1999, 9:08 am | Wellington Mayor Mark Blumsky

Local authorities could save their ratepayers "heaps" if they got together to buy services and products according to Wellington Mayor Mark Blumsky. More >>

 

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