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2 comments:

  1. michael, 4. February 2020, 0:03

    What with no library, no town Hall, a boarded up Civic Square, no Frank Kitts Park underground market, wastewater pipes collapsing, polluting and substandard public transport, etc when will it end? Most of these problems have been around for years, yet nothing constructive has been done by any of the recent councils. All we seem to pay for are expensive reports, ongoing reviews, dubious public “consultation”, legal action to justify bad decisions, and no action. I am afraid we may have passed the point of no return as far as Wellington is concerned, after costs of years of neglect. But never mind we will have a new convention centre that will cost nearly $200 million, even though it is debatable there will be enough hotel rooms to house the delegates.

     
  2. Curtis Nixon, 4. February 2020, 11:22

    Maybe the council should put a sign up at the bottom of Ngauranga Gorge saying – “Wellington is closed for repairs”?