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 […]
WCC Elections: Grandstanding on Climate Change rather than actionable adaptation plans, do candidates get it?
My grandfather, Don Ramage, survived World War II to continue life as an artist who also had a great passion for rugby. His world view, expressed through his art, was very concerned […]
WCC Election News from the Campaign Trail; Magical Thinking, the Art of Pork Barreling, Policy MIA, Transport War
Are you bored yet? This election campaign, that should now be in full swing, is one of the most boring that I have witnessed so far in the many years that I […]
The Developer, The Mayor, his Rival, and His Funder; TLDR Andy Foster scores points in the ongoing campaign
You can’t escape Shelly Bay and once again the issue has burst into life across a range of fronts. It’s starting to take the shine off Justin Lester while it is giving […]
WCC News; Chris Calvi-Freeman and duct tape, the dead heart of the city, a giant pile of rubbish, is LGWM affordable,plus other shenanigans.
Never a dull moment at this point in the election race as candidates rush for press face-time and commentators start to get on board. News aplenty across the city with competitors banging […]
Peter Jackson is firmly keeping Shelly Bay-Gate in the eyes of the city and media with another post this afternoon releasing more emails and data on how the sea-level change is going […]
Well, well, well. One of Wellington’s worst kept secrets popped out on Friday afternoon with Andy Foster announcing his run for the Mayoralty with Peter Jackson in support. As it happened I […]