Notices

Toi MAHARA invites youth artists to exhibit May 23, 2024 Toi MAHARA, the Kāpiti Coast District Gallery, is inviting young artists to submit work for the inaugural Young Artists’ Exhibition planned for later this year.… ...
Creating a bond among Kāpiti musicians May 22, 2024 Paraparaumu-based distillery and tasting room The Bond Store will join forces with Mostly Music – Kāpiti’s guide to local music – to host a Muso… ...
Heritage photos capture a century of Ōtaki women’s lives May 17, 2024 Photographs of Ōtaki women taken during the 110 years between 1860 and 1970 caught the eye of Toi MAHARA curator, Vicki Robson, during a visit… ...
Legendary Dancer Honoured at Kapiti Concert May 14, 2024 A fundraising concert at Southwards Theatre, Paraparaumu at 7pm on Sunday 24 May features a fascinating range of performers, all lining up to honour Kapiti’s… ...
Vibrant Art adorns Kapiti May 13, 2024 Kapiti Coasters are seeing increasing numbers of murals popping up throughout the district as we continue to see plain spaces become a focus for public… ...
Back to Front – Art at ZIMMERMAN May 8, 2024 ZIMMERMAN Art Gallery in Palmerston North has opened its latest exhibition - Back to Front. Back to Front – Is a Group Exhibition featuring works… ...

Comedy on the Coast at Kapiti Playhouse May 8, 2024 Your monthly dose of Comedy on the Coast is here. The Saturday May 11 event is bringing some of the best talent from near and… ...
Kāpiti songwriting competition May 5, 2024 Kāpiti has some serious musical talent, and the library wants to hear it! In collaboration with Crawshaw Music School, The Family Music Store, Mostly Music… ...
Popular Amici Ensemble return to Kapiti April 15, 2024 The Amici Ensemble, a group of prominent NZSO musicians, will be presenting their annual Waikanae Music Society concert on Saturday 27 April. Popular favourites with… ...
Police ask – “Have you seen Clive?” (April 8, 2024) Police are appealing for the public’s help to locate missing 22-year-old Clive. He was last seen on 9 March in the Cannons Creek area. Police… ...
Sheldon drops in to end Daylight Savings (April 6, 2024) Taking time out from being a TV megastar, Sheldon Cooper, AKA Jim Parsons, popped in to Waikanae to make sure his buddy Dave Chapman didn't… ...
Easter Road Deaths – police urge extra care (March 30, 2024) Inspector Craig McKay is urging drivers to show extra caution driving over the Easter weekend following a series of fatality and serious injury accidents.  "We… ...
Kapiti Man Found – Safe (March 12, 2024) Police have reported that Nathan, a 34-year-old man, who was last seen at his home at Paraparaumu Beach on Monday 4 March has been found… ...
Greater Wellington reviewing councillor representation  (March 11, 2024) Community views on whether Greater Wellington’s constituency arrangements are fair and effective are being sought to help inform Greater Wellington’s Representation Review.   The six-yearly review… ...
Kapiti Man Missing (March 10, 2024) Police are appealing for any sightings of a Kapiti man reported missing in the Wellington Region. Nathan, a 34-year-old man, was last seen at his… ...
Police seek information after assault in Levin (March 8, 2024) Horowhenua Police are seeking assistance from the public after an assault in Levin. Senior Sergeant Sam Gilpin says Police were alerted to an assault at… ...
Council battery recycling trial extended to Ōtaki Library (March 7, 2024) The success of a recycling trial for household batteries at Paraparaumu Library has prompted Kāpiti Council to extend the trial to Ōtaki. Waste projects manager… ...
High-risk toxic algae in Waikanae River at old State Highway 1  (February 28, 2024) Red alert level warnings for toxic algae are in place for the Waikanae River at the old State Highway 1, Kāpiti. Toxic algae, or cyanobacteria,… ...
Police release name of deceased Raumati woman (February 27, 2024) Police say they can now release the name of the woman who died at Raumati Beach on Thursday 15 February. "She was 79-year-old Ellen Ellis,… ...
Police confirm death at Raumati Beach (February 17, 2024) Police say they can confirm a person has died following a water related incident off Raumati Beach, Kapiti Thursday evening. Police say Emergency services responded… ...
Kapiti celebrates International Women’s Day (February 13, 2024) Kapiti Women in Business are hosting guest Speaker Rosie Overcomer, as well as MC Catherine Scullin for this years International Women's Day Lunch on Friday… ...
Man arrested following car break-ins across Kapiti Coast (February 13, 2024) Police have arrested a 34-year-old man following a spate of car break-ins across the Kapiti Coast. A search warrant was executed and further enquiries following… ...
Body located Otaki Gorge (February 7, 2024) Detective Senior Sergeant Dave Thompson says a body has been located by members of the public while hunting in dense bush in the Otaki Gorge… ...
Person located deceased in Wellington Harbour (January 26, 2024) A person who jumped from a crane on a boat moored in Wellington Harbour this afternoon has been located deceased. Emergency services were initially alerted… ...
Waikanae Bridge protest calls for action (January 22, 2024) Otaki MP Tim Costley addressed a crowd protesting the closure of the southern lane across the Waikanae Bridge which is planned to be in place… ...
Kapiti says no to Clip On traffic Chaos (January 21, 2024) By KCNews reporters Kapiti Coasters have had a hectic time of it over the last few years with major disruptions from roadworks and the saga… ...
Cops nail burnout hoons (January 19, 2024) Four people have had their vehicles seized by police after burnout incidents in the Ōtaki area. Each of the four had their vehicle impounded for… ...
Arrest made following firearms incident (January 12, 2024) Today Police executed a search warrant at a Porirua address and arrested a man in relation to a firearms incident in Porirua on Thursday 11… ...
Whitireia Park is closed as fire Investigated (January 12, 2024) Whitireia Park is closed to the public until at least Wednesday 17 January as Fire and Emergency New Zealand (FENZ) continues to bring a fire… ...