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    • CapitalNZ
      • Wellington's digital newspaper for Wellingtonians, driven by reportage. Delivered to your inbox every Tuesday and Friday.
      • Submitted by tonytw1
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    • Pipitea Marae
      • Pipitea Marae was built in the early 1980s to meet the needs of the urban Māori population of Wellington and where traditional kawa and protocol are observed. In 2009, the Port Nicholson Block Settlement Trust and the Ngāti Poneke Māori Association Inc created a partnership where they offer the Marae to be used and embraced by all. Pipitea Marae continues to signify a place for people of all iwi and races to meet.
      • Submitted by tonytw1
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      • Pipitea Marae, Thorndon Quay, Pipitea, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6140, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Zonta Wellington
      • The Zonta Club of Wellington is part of Zonta International, a leading global organisation of professionals, empowering women worldwide through service and advocacy.
      • Submitted by tonytw1
      • Tagged as:
      • womens

    • Energise Ōtaki
      • Energise Ōtaki is the name chosen by the Ōtaki community to represent our goal of becoming a net producer of clean energy and to act as a focal point for community action.
      • Submitted by tonytw1
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    • Wellington Canine Obedience Club
      • The primary aim of the Club is to help dog owners train their dogs to a satisfactory and acceptable level of obedience with the help and guidance of our experienced team of instructors in a friendly and supportive environment. The courses we offer range from puppy training and basic domestic obedience through to obedience competition level and fun exercises for dogs of all ages.
      • Submitted by tonytw1
      • Tagged as:
      • dogs

    • Mabel's
      • In 1978 Auntie Mabel opened the Monsoon, one of New Zealand’s first Burmese restaurants. A unique woman that brought her food, culture and inclusive family with her from Myanmar to Te Aro. Our family is super excited to share Mabel’s story and the food of Myanmar with you.
      • Submitted by tonytw1
      • Tagged as:
      • restaurants
      • Globe Building, Holland Street, Te Aro, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Strathmore Park Community Centres
      • Our two centres, in Strathmore Ave and Raukawa St, work to facilitate connections that promote social wellbeing. From drop-in morning teas, craft groups, fitness classes and art lessons, the community centres host a vibrant range of services and events for everyone. Our social services include rescued food distribution and visits from professionals like midwives, social workers and legal advisors.
      • Submitted by tonytw1
      • Tagged as:
      • strathmore

    • Newtown Early Learning Centre
      • In February 1985, a small group of parents and caregivers decided to set up a community crèche, which opened in June 1985 with one paid worker supported by parent helpers. Over time, the crèche evolved into a fully professional education centre with qualified teaching staff. The community of parents and caregivers still owns and governs the Centre, and the community is still involved in its day-to-day running.
      • Submitted by tonytw1
      • Tagged as:
      • newtown
      • preschool
      • Newtown Community Creche, Daniell Street, Newtown, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6021, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Classical on Cuba
      • 100 shows, over 40 music groups, 19 Venues across the Cuba Street Precinct! Experience classical music with a twist at Classical on Cuba, a vibrant new festival of classical music, reimagined in contemporary spaces infused with the spirit and colour of Cuba Street.
      • Submitted by tonytw1
      • Tagged as:
      • cubastreet
      • events

    • Lōemis
      • Lōemis (pron. lew-mis) is an annual arts festival that takes place in locations around Wellington. We have a focus on staging new works that are fantastical, mystical and transformative. The festival occurs around the time of the winter solstice, Maruaroa o Takurua, and precedes Puanga and Matariki.
      • Submitted by tonytw1
      • Tagged as:
      • art

    • Creative Capital Arts Trust
      • The Creative Capital Arts Trust (also known as CCAT or See-Cat) is a non-profit charitable organisation established in 2011 to support the creative life and cultural identity of New Zealand's capital city. We are professionally managed by a team of extraordinary arts administrators, seasoned festival producers, and emerging talents—led by chief executive Drew James. Our programmes include the annual New Zealand Fringe Festival and the free creative street festival CubaDupa, but a few new ideas are on the horizon.
      • Submitted by tonytw1
      • Tagged as:
      • art

    • iReX
      • Through the iReX project, KiwiRail will provide faster, safer, more enjoyable Cook Strait journeys for everyone – and all with less environmental impact.
      • Submitted by tonytw1
      • Tagged as:
      • kings-wharf

    • St Anne's School
      • St Anne's School has served the St Anne's Parish community for over 100 years. During that time the diversity of the ethnic mix has changed considerably but still has a strong Catholic migrant component. St Anne's School prides itself on recognising and supporting all of the different ethnicities that contribute to this vibrant community. We place a strong emphasis on the preservation of first language and the celebration of the different cultures and heritage.
      • Submitted by tonytw1
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      • newtown
      • primary
      • St Anne's Primary School, 14, Daniell Street, Newtown, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6021, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)


    • Capital City Kāhui Ako
      • Capital City Kāhui Ako consists of seven schools (five primary schools, one intermediate, and one secondary school and ten Early Years' centres. ​Together, we draw tamariki and rangatahi from central and south Wellington.
      • Submitted by tonytw1
      • Tagged as:
      • education

    • Ōwhiro Bay School
      • Owhiro Bay School was established in 1930 on the beautiful South Coast in Wellington, alongside the Owhiro Stream and within walking distance to the bay. We are fortunate to have some of the largest play spaces and grounds in Wellington allowing students to explore and experience the natural environment.
      • Submitted by tonytw1
      • Tagged as:
      • owhiro-bay
      • primary

    • Te Pokapū Hapori – Y Central
      • The Y and Wellington City Council have developed a partnership to manage Te Pokapū Hapori – the new inner-city community centre opening at 107 Manners St. Along with the community centre, The Y will also manage the Youth Hub which is due to open in the city later in the year once an appropriate venue is secured. Integrating the two facilities together will lead to a greater range of programmes and services, which will bring greater benefits to the community,
      • Submitted by tonytw1
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    • Hopper
      • Located at the top end of Cuba Street, Hopper is situated just outside of the busy city centre. With free parking, Hopper is a sanctuary where you can slow down and stock up on everyday essentials.
      • Submitted by tonytw1
      • Not tagged
      • Hopper, 11, Hopper Street, Mount Cook, Wellington, Wellington City, Wellington, 6011, New Zealand (OpenStreetMap)



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