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So we had some awards

by Sue Tyler on December 18, 2009 in Transport

In fact some of us right now are celebrating those awards, at the most lovely of locations, the Mighty Mighty.

But if you were unable to make it to the TAWAS here’s how you all voted.

Expect a review of the night later on tomorrow, and by later on I mean after afternoon tea.

For right now many of the wellingtonista are shaking their thing to the sounds of the Klezmer Rebs.

Also hopefully Hadyn who is the king of stats will offer up some analysis of the way you voted.

And if you havn’t already why not head over to the DCM and give a little. As I write at this very moment $10 has been donated to DCM. If everyone who reads this blog dontated $5 each, together  we will  make a serious difference in the lives of Wellingtonians who are most at risk and in need this Christmas.

Best Cheap Eats: Sweet Mother’s Kitchen
Best un-Cheap Eats: Matterhorn
Best Drink in Town: Castlepoint at Mighty Mighty
Best Late Night Hangout: Mighty Mighty
Best Suburban Destination: Maranui Cafe
Best non-Drinking Destination: Wellington Central Library
Best Place to Shake It WINNERS: Mighty Mighty & San Francisco Bath House
Best Public Space: The Waterfront
Best Art Experience: Yayoi Kusama at City Gallery Wellington
Best Apparel: Mandatory
Best Shop: Slowboat
Most Needed: Bike lanes
Best Service: Matt at Mojo Old Bank
Best Coffee: Mojo Old Bank
Best Contribution to the Internet by a Wellingtonian: The Webstock Team
Best Regular Entertainment: The Wellington Phoenix
Best Live Performance: Question Time at Parliament
Best Wellington-based Event: The Cuba Carnival
Wellingtonian of the Year: Martin Bosley for the City Market

Sue Tyler

When not hiding in her glitter stash Sue Tyler spends most of her time playing with laser cutters, crafting and delighting in living in Miramar only 2.5 minutes walk away from her favourite cinema . She spends far too much time on twitter and is currently planning how to conquer the world using a hot a glue gun and moxie

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