The worst kept secret in Wellington is that the Council has under-invested in water infrastructure, in fact, pretty much in all infrastructure, particularly over the past decade. This has led to a […]
WCC water crisis proactive meeting results in PR fail; is the water issue going to be swept under the next long-term plan rug?
While it was a positive step by the Mayor and Councillors to hold an urgent meeting concerning the ongoing sewage and water issues, Wellington is fast becoming the City of Fountains; it […]
I am occasionally accused, rightfully, of being pessimistic. Usually, by those who find the truth of a situation to generate an uncomfortable feeling and seek to avoid it. However, right now, the […]
In my last article, I wrote about the Council facing stasis after 120 days of being in office. The question is why? There are unintended consequences to that lack of ability to […]
It’s been one hundred and twenty days since the City Council elections and progress has been lacking. Issues from the election campaign trail remain live and problems unanswered. Shelly Bay, traffic congestion, […]
A bumbling year for the previous Council and not much hope for the next as the year starts to close. In a city with some serious issue’s, priorities are still skewed, and […]
I thought it was time to have a look back over the last three weeks to see what our new Mayor has been up to. After a bit of a slow start, […]