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The following posts are filed under: Society & Community.

The show begins: Election 2019

It’s that time again (yes, it’s come pretty quick). Candidates for local body elections are starting to emit policy information to appeal to you, The Voter! Can one see what candidates actually stand for amid the “I stand for Motherhood and Apple Pie, and Lower Rates”? Talk Wellington unpicks some early starters   

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Come together

Waitangi Day! There’s a day off work but much more importantly, there are also lots of opportunities for our communities to hang out together.

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12 Days of Welly Wishes

Christmas is almost upon us but did you see our 12 Days of Welly Wishes on Instagram? No?! Well, here they are…

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Oh, oh, Onzo! Will you whisk me across Welly?

We’re excited about a new bike-sharing service in town!

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When a Third Place Actually Means We’re Winning

Talk of the new kids’ playground design in Wellington had a few grown ups asking about play this week – what about us? Where can grown ups go for active play? Talk Welly is wondering – is easy access to a free and relaxing ‘third place’ the key to #winning in this game called life?

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Playing with the Possibilities

Wellington kids have access to great playgrounds, with a brand new one about to be built for kids in the south. All the talk of new and improved play spaces has us pondering playground possibilities.

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My Favourite Commute: Ground Level Guangzhou

For the first in a new series, Talk Wellington’s Project Manager reminisces…

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Burst my bubble

Guest author Lizzy H loves the bubble she get around in. But she also wonders: are our bubbles making us less human?

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Cohousing: Part One

Biddy Livesey – a housing policy analyst, researcher, and future resident of Cohaus – explains cohousing. In part 1: an intro.

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Hate the System? Change the System!

Wish it wasn’t so hard to do the sustainable, climate-friendly thing in everyday life? You’re not alone! NZ’s systems make it much too hard (and much too easy to do the opposite).
But the Zero Carbon Act is a first step towards fixing The System – so it’s easier for us to be better. Tell them your “Yeah!” by 19th July!

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