Support local and feel inspired to enjoy what our wonderful city has to offer with our top local picks this month.
Though New Zealand may have had a hiccup recently with Covid-19 cautions, we’ve quickly got back on track and it’s all looking good.
As the culinary Capital, we’ve certainly got the cream of the crop to choose from when it comes to award winning eateries throughout the city.
The experts are getting excited this quarter with the recent trans-Tasman bubble between New Zealand and Australia.
The leaves are falling, the winds are getting chillier, and autumn is dancing in the breeze. Yet Wellington is as vibrant as ever.
To help you be prepared for Healthy Homes, we’re sharing an overview for each of the five standards so you can confidently move forward with your property.
Hello 2021! Our first market update of the year, and it’s looking optimistic. Economic Update Hello 2021! Our first market update of the year, and it’s looking optimistic.
Ho ho ho, get in the Christmas mood and start your present buying, because it’s Christmas time in Wellington! Events are happening all over the city in anticipation, so we’ve…
This past week Westpac has come out with its weekly economic report, showing the New Zealand economy has been a lot more resilient than expected, and bouncing back quickly.
With lines outside supermarkets getting smaller, retail malls opening, and the date of Level 1 tentatively being announced by our Prime Minister, we can all begin to feel more confident…
In the current world we live in, self isolation has become the new normal. But that doesn’t mean we need to stop being positive or productive with our time.
Wellington City and its surrounding suburbs are bursting with fun and interesting locations and activities to fill your days off - but when you’re with the kids, you’ll often have…
Right in downtown Wellington, on the north-east corner of Cuba and Manners Streets stands the historic James Smiths Corner - a bustling complex of ground floor retailers and formerly the…
The Wellington region is known for its contrasting landscapes - deep valleys give way to towering hills, and the ocean surrounds the city on nearly every side.
Jennifer Mattlin was a working mum and fresh off the back of an event management career when her vision for HiAtlas first took shape.
As well as being a windy, history-rich and beautiful place to live, Wellington is home to a wide range of diverse cultures and creeds, harking from every corner of the…
Oriental Bay is Wellington’s beautifully kept parade of white sand beaches, gorgeous eateries and accommodation to match.
For those visiting from out of town, Wellington is a vibrant and welcoming city that will draw you in with its city-sea scenery, friendly locals and quirky establishments.
Moving into a new apartment can be a rocky time, especially if it’s something that you do frequently.