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Latest news from our media team on all things Wellington.

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  • News release | 24 Mar 2017

    Wellington Regional Economic Development Agency (WREDA) welcomed the refreshed trade policy strategy Trade Agenda 2030 – Securing our place in the world, launched by the Prime Minister today.

  • News release | 23 Mar 2017

    Launched Tuesday night at Victoria University, Summer of Biz is an industry-led internship programme, based on the successful Summer of Tech model, and delivered by a team of volunteer industry professionals.

  • News release | 22 Mar 2017

    Wellington data experts Eight Wire have been awarded a five year contract to build a data exchange allowing New Zealand government agencies to more easily and securely share data between themselves.

  • News release | 10 Mar 2017

    Wellington Regional Economic Development Agency (WREDA) today confirmed a technical issue with the LookSee software platform.

  • News release | 28 Feb 2017

    Latest student enrolment data suggests a collaborative regional approach to attracting more international students is paying off for Wellington.

  • News release | 7 Feb 2017

    A new global talent search initiative, LookSee Wellington, is aiming to address the shortage in Wellington’s fast-growing IT industry for talented tech workers.

  • News release | 30 Jan 2017

    A Wellington mother of three sons has credited her commitment to hosting female international students as being the secret to raising well-rounded men.

  • News release | 24 Jan 2017

    Today the famed Museum Art Hotel changes name following more than a $12m makeover, to QT Museum Wellington. This is the first New Zealand location for the boutique design- driven hotel collection QT Hotels & Resorts.

  • News release | 18 Jan 2017

    Wellington based ad-tech company Postr has attracted $3 million from investors to expand into telecommunications markets in Australia and South East Asia.

  • News release | 16 Dec 2016

    Wairarapa businesses are riding tandem on the success of the Rimutaka Cycle Trail (RCT) which is growing in importance to the local economy.

  • News release | 6 Dec 2016

    The seventh edition of the Wondrous Wellington Advent Calendar has Christmas coming early for those in the know with a raft of local food, coffee, shopping and activities deals waiting to be discovered.

  • News release | 5 Dec 2016

    It’s set to be a bumper events season in the cultural capital, with alt rock legends the Pixies the latest to announce a visit to Wellington this summer, playing TSB Bank Arena on 10 March 2017.

  • News release | 29 Nov 2016

    An economic impact report co-commissioned by WREDA and WOW® indicates total visitor expenditure in Wellington driven by the 2016 World of WearableArt® Awards Show had increased since the 2013 report to over $25 million.

  • News release | 21 Nov 2016

    We spoke with Professor Sarb Johal, disaster mental health expert from Massey University, to get his advice for keeping well in Wellington after the recent earthquake. Please share these videos with any friends or family who may find them useful.

  • News release | 18 Nov 2016

    Wellington will welcome the inaugural visit of the Pacific Aria on Monday 21 November 2016. CentrePort Chief Executive Derek Nind says the cruise berth has been declared fit for operation, after the company suspended operations because of Monday’s earthquake. “We’re looking forward to welcoming passengers and crew of the 219-metre long Pacific Aria to our Harbourside Capital. Cruise ships make a significant contribution to the regional economy, making the visit particularly welcome at this time.”

  • News release | 17 Nov 2016

    Wellington is largely back to normal following the Kaikoura earthquake and stormy weather from earlier this week.

  • News release | 17 Nov 2016

    Wellingtonians are a resilient bunch, so despite an eventful week, we're largely back to normal with restaurants, cafes and bars open around the city.

  • News release | 17 Nov 2016

    Wellington is largely unaffected by the earthquakes in Kaikoura. The city is safe and we are continuing to welcome visitors to our city.

  • News release | 15 Nov 2016

    Wellington’s conference and business events hosting capacity has been barely affected by the Kaikoura earthquake, in what the Wellington Regional Economic Development Agency (WREDA) is calling a testament to the sector’s resilience.

  • News release | 14 Nov 2016

    Following this morning’s earthquake in Kaikoura, local and international travellers planning on heading to Wellington will be welcomed by tourism operators with the city’s hotels, cafes, restaurants and the majority of tourism attractions open for business tomorrow (Tuesday 15 November), the region’s tourism body says.

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