Wednesday, 15 July 2015
Ready for blast off at GymbaROO Wellington
Space is the theme at GymbaROO Wellington this coming term, says teacher, Malcolm Aitken.
Wednesday, 5 February 2014
Preschool neurological centre changes hands
Wellington's community preschool education was bolstered today by the announcement that GymbaROO classes in Wilton are extending to include Saturdays.
Tuesday, 8 October 2013
Not just Business As Usual Politics
Although we have different policies, I’ve been co-operating with Hayley Robinson and Sridhar Ekambaram throughout my campaign and I hope Onslow-Western voters will consider us all as worthy preferences because we’ve already been working together for months,” says Wellington City Council candidate, Malcolm Aitken.
Friday, 27 September 2013
Let's give local businesses a break
“A number of simple changes to Wellington City’s local business policy could help generate jobs and voters may want to back candidates with policies in this area,” says Onslow-Western Ward Wellington City Council candidate, Malcolm Aitken.
Thursday, 29 August 2013
Let's talk about Wellington, unplugged
Wellington's renowned cultural distinction could be even further enhanced through a few simple, cost-effective new art and cultural initiatives, says Onslow-Western Wellington City candidate, Malcolm Aitken.
Thursday, 22 August 2013
Malcolm Aitken gives big tick for kids
Wellington City Council candidate, Malcolm Aitken, today pledged his commitment to the Tick for Kids campaign.
Sunday, 4 August 2013
Why bother with an election?
Labours' candidates for the upcoming Wellington City Council election are asking the Chief Executive, Dr Kevin Lavery, why the need for an election in light of his pre-election report released on Friday.
Sunday, 28 July 2013
Council officials must not hem in future councillors over parking
Wellington City Council Labour Candidates Mark Peck (Lambton ward) and Malcolm Aitken (Onslow/Western ward) today said unelected Wellington City Council officials must not hogtie any new council over parking policy.
Monday, 22 July 2013
Know where to go in an emergency
“Talking to my family and friends today I realised how few of us knew where our nearest Civil Defence emergency centre was,” says Onslow-Western Ward Labour Wellington City Council candidate, Malcolm Aitken”
“Like many Wellingtonians I’ve been checking our emergency supplies since yesterday’s earthquake.
Monday, 15 July 2013
Households struggling: WCC must review its rates policies
“Many Wellingtonians are finding the cost of living so high that any relief Wellington City Council can provide will be welcomed.