A most enjoyable piece by Leviathan with a few insights that I hadn’t considered. That IS the question alright, being … Continue reading WCC Elections: Eye of the Fish analysis of Mayoral Candidates
When you see a picture of Hobart, at first glance, you could be forgiven for thinking it is Wellington. I … Continue reading Hobart versus Wellington; Smart Thinking, Smart City, Smart Future.
I’ve always had the perception that candidates backed by a central Political Party are inherently biased toward their policies if … Continue reading WCC Elections; Independence versus campaigning on the party ticket, does it matter? Over twenty candidates answer the question
It’s definitely election season, a season of madness and terror punctuated with stupidity. There is so much news being generated … Continue reading WCC News Update; build your own house, beware of tidal waves, please don’t review us over Shelly Bay, bullying, and calling for a new CEO
As time ticks along more and more mayoral candidates are coming to the fore. The early declarers have had great … Continue reading Wellington’s Mayoralty Race; Puppet, Puppeteer, Blue-Green, Mathematician, and Mr Hill – What are their chances?
Dear WCC, Wellington here, we’ve just read your Pre-election report and reckon that you might have been smoking something when … Continue reading Memo to WCC; We don’t trust you and we think your Pre-election Report was ghostwritten by Pollyanna on P
Maybe Mayor Conor Hill writes an interesting piece on why heritage is a nonsense and could be making us sick. … Continue reading Conor Hill; “Heritage is nonsense”, is our heritage status on houses making us sick?
Let’s Get Wellington (not) Moving has mooted a pedestrian traffic light system being placed right over one of the busiest … Continue reading Proposed Cobham Drive traffic lights a cheap, nasty, and potentially unsafe option – why can’t we have nice things?
Before your eyes glaze over at the next paragraph and you click away, bear with me. This is quite interesting … Continue reading WCC and digital democracy