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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Local Politics articles  Local Politics
    Wellington City Council's investigating a network failure that's knocked out street lights to a number of suburbs over the past two nights
     4 March 2020
    Wellington City Council's investigating a network failure that's knocked out street lights to a number of suburbs over the past two nights
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    >> Environment News 

    Christchurch's regional council is holding a drop in session tonight - for Bromley locals fed up with a mysterious stench
    3 Mar 2020: Christchurch's regional council is holding a drop in session tonight - for Bromley locals fed up with a mysterious stench... more
    Leaked emails reveal Wellington's mayor and new council boss are coming under pressure to publicly front up, as the city's water woes reach 'crisis point'
    26 Feb 2020: Leaked emails reveal Wellington's mayor and new council boss are coming under pressure to publicly front up, as the city's water woes reach 'crisis point'... more
    One more step forward in the fight for justice for families of those lost in the 2011 Christchurch' quake
    23 Feb 2020: One more step forward in the fight for justice for families of those lost in the 2011 Christchurch' quake... more
    An apology to some of the families impacted by the Christchurch earthquake is hoped to make a difference to those who feel they need it
    22 Feb 2020: An apology to some of the families impacted by the Christchurch earthquake is hoped to make a difference to those who feel they need it... more
    Wellington's mayor has signed up to supporting an inquiry into the capital's water problems
    20 Feb 2020: Wellington's mayor has signed up to supporting an inquiry into the capital's water problems... more
    Local councils need support in managing water
    19 Feb 2020: Local councils need support in managing water... more
    A declaration of love in the Wellington City Council debating chamber, a day before Valentines Day
    14 Feb 2020: A declaration of love in the Wellington City Council debating chamber, a day before Valentines Day... more
    Southland's mayor estimates up to 40 homes in his region have suffered flooding
    9 Feb 2020: Southland's mayor estimates up to 40 homes in his region have suffered flooding... more
    A tribute to a killed cyclist at Wellington City Council meeting around road safety
    5 Feb 2020: A tribute to a killed cyclist at Wellington City Council meeting around road safety... more

     Most Popular Recent Local Politics News
     25 Feb: A council's decision to introduce Maori wards can no longer be vetoed +++++++++++++++++
     02 Feb: Direct Maori representation on local councils will make a big difference ++++++++
     30 Jan: Sir Bob Parker is digging deep -- as he battles for his health ++++++++
     02 Feb: A notice of motion has been filed to establish a Maori Ward in Wellington ++++++
     09 Feb: A group of illegal motorcyclists in Auckland have ground the mayor's gears +++++
     04 Feb: Disbelief on the outskirts of Dunedin -- on how long it's taken authorities to warn about toxic lead levels in the water +++++
     05 Feb: Auckland's Mayor says there's a need to increase infrastructure, as the number of new homes increases ++++

     Local Politics NewsLinks
      11 Feb: In the pressure cooker of local politics, no one's going to be oppressed by maori wards (Stuff.co.nz)
      12 Jan: Southland district councillor in his sixth and final term (Stuff.co.nz)
      25 Nov: Wed, 25 Nov 2020: A look at the dysfunction and division within local government that's made headlines over the years (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Nov: Sat, 21 Nov 2020: The local news site behind fake biden ‘mafia plot’ (BBCWorld)
      5 Nov: Thu, 5 Nov 2020: Former national mp hamish walker finds new career in queenstown (NZ Herald)
      18 Oct: Sun, 18 Oct 2020: Election 2020: back to local politics for defeated banks peninsula candidate catherine chu (Stuff.co.nz)
      19 Aug: Wed, 19 Aug 2020: Local focus: who is steph lewis, labour candidate for whanganui? (NZ Herald)
      17 Aug: Mon, 17 Aug 2020: Local government parties on, but is it the ratepayers left with the hangover? (Stuff.co.nz)
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