Erection of the controversial ‘WELLINGTON’ sign that some capital-dwellers never wanted has begun on Miramar cutting this afternoon.
Wellington’s giant All Blacks sign is being taken down this morning to make way for its permanent replacement.
Wellingtonians have chosen the sign to go up on the Miramar Peninsula near the airport.
The proposed Wellywood sign on Miramar Peninsula has been the subject of protest, parody and now, sabotage.
Nightline meets the group behind the YouTube parody news clip which shows the Wellywood sign being blown up.
Wellington's wind and its taniwha will trade blows with Wellywood as the final voting opens.
Wellington's wind has been favoured in a public vote to blow away the proposed Wellywood sign on a local hillside.
The vote for two options to go up against a proposed Wellywood sign will close on Sunday.
The competition for Wellington's Wellywood sign has been revealed.
A giant sign spelling out ‘ALL BLACKS’ has been erected overnight on the Miramar peninsula in Wellington as a temporary measure before a ‘WELLYWOOD’ replacement is found.
Don't like the idea of a 'Wellywood' sign on the hill in Mirimar? Then come up with something better.
Wellingtonians awoke this morning to fresh evidence that a large sign is being erected near Wellington Airport.
Members of a panel who will put up options for an alternative Wellywood sign will be known within two weeks.
Wellington Airport is backing down from its controversial Wellywood sign.
A group opposed to the Wellywood sign is planning another protest, after surveyors were yesterday seen mapping out its proposed site.
Wellington International Airport bosses will respond this week to council calls for a rethink over a proposed sign.
The much-derided Wellywood sign is blasphemy, according to an article published in the New York Times.
First the Prime Minister complained, then the leader of the opposition joined in, and now even Wellington City Council has asked Wellington Airport to reconsider its Wellywood sign.
Wellington City Council voted 10-4 to ask the airport owners to reconsider.
One man remains in hospital and another has returned to work on The Hobbit after an "explosion" at the studios where the movies are being filmed.
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