I am occasionally accused, rightfully, of being pessimistic. Usually, by those who find the truth of a situation to generate … Continue reading Wellington city in crisis; leadership absent, panic setting in (long read)
A lot of news to catch up on this week. Big news, small news, rumours, and plenty of links to … Continue reading The WCC week that was; New slots open at WCC & GWRC, the worst name ever for a sport’s field, Greens trade transparency for secrecy, and Council nominations open
Wellington city councillors Diane Calvert and Simon Woolf recently ran their own online survey of bus patrons focusing on the … Continue reading Press Release (Councillors Calvert and Woolf): Independent public survey on Wellington city’s Bus Service
With a new website up, more activity on their Facebook page, and the early formation of top level policies The … Continue reading Signs of life from the Wellington Party
Over the past week, three issues have dominated local media. What we could call the death of the city by … Continue reading Fiddling while Rome burns; now is the winter of Wellington’s discontent. It’s time we broke democracy; everyone stand for Council.
Seventeen parking spaces were removed near a Dairy on Rongotai Road when a new cycle way was installed leading to … Continue reading The week that was; New cycle way blamed for death of a Dairy, Mayor to open another petrol station in midst of Climate Emergency, and the bus blame game
Two votes this week on LGWM, one at the GWRC and one at the WCC. Both passing easily leading the … Continue reading LGWM voted on, and first steps likely to slow Wellington down more. Meanwhile the GWRC throws a bucket of rocks through its collective glasshouse windows
Now that the dust has settled somewhat on last week’s Let’s Get Wellington Moving announcements we look at the fallout. … Continue reading The Emperor’s New Transport Strategy; Let’s Get Wellington Fighting