While it was vaguely entertaining / terrifying / gratifying / intimidating to listen to some of the 10-hour debate on the Spatial Plan the other day (pick your own adjective according to your political persuasions), what became very clear is that NO ONE – not the Mayor, not the Council Officers, Not Liam Hodgetts the City Planner, and certainly not the rabid band of Councillors – have any idea about height limits that is bounded by any semblance of the actual factual truthiness of the situation.
“Art for Art’s sake – Money for God’s sake”. Or as we have it now, Growth for Growth’s sake. We now have a Council that has passed the Spatial Plan, in a decision that some have described being a battle over young vs old. Up to 80,000 more people will be able to live in our city, in a gradual process over the next 30+ years.
Each week the session features compositions by a great jazz artist. The house band open with a couple of tunes and then musicians are invited up to join in. Featured composer: John ColtraneDate/Time: 24 October 2021, 2.30pm – 4.30pm, House Band: Ayrton Foote (p), Patrick Bleakley (b), Mark Lockett (d)Venue: Lovebite, Forresters Lane, Te Aro
We know that the maximum numbers for gatherings under Alert Level 2 is 100.
So, as well as worshiping at St John’s in the City this Sunday, we also
offer a live stream option. Here are the details for joining in worship via
Atalanta is a storied vessel, registered with RPNYC from 1895-1979; and from 2015. The Wellington Classic Yacht Trust plans to restore her to her original configuration and join her stablemate Lizzie in sailing her in local events and racing. There is an open invitation to Club members and Trust supporters to sail with us. The [...]