The site of Wellington was settled in 1840 by emigrants from Britain brought there by the New Zealand Company. In 1865, Wellington became the capital of New Zealand, superseding Auckland (The only reason for this was that Wellington had a more central location between the two main islands). It's named for Arthur Wellesley, the first duke of Wellington.

The City Council of Wellington can be found at http://www.wcc.govt.nz/

Wellington is also an English cheese similar to Cheddar, vegetarian (unrennetted), and made of cow's milk. It's flavour is of chives, celery, and parsley. It is aged for six through ten weeks. It has a fat content of 45% (average for a hard Cheddar-like cheese).

research source: cheese.com

Log in or registerto write something here or to contact authors.