Little Hutt exists to capture Hutt peoples’ stories and glories.

Curving around the Hutt River, nestled below the Haywards and Rimutakas, skirting north of Wellington is the Hutt City, a place where thousands of people pursue bright, colourful stories.

Little Hutt, a narrative e-newsletter, tells Huttonians’ smart, funny, sassy, cute, clever, artistic, curious and caring stories.

Little Hutt covers art, history, innovations, food, health, science, technology, gardening, community, fashion, travel, music, family, craft; but most importantly, real-life stories.

Little Hutt builds community through the powerful and ancient art of storytelling, an art we humans have used for thousands of years to preserve our heritage, our knowledge, our legacies.

Little Hutt aims to capture the hearts of those who dwell within Hutt City, including Upper Hutt, Lower Hutt, Petone, Wainuiomata, and Eastbourne.

Little Hutt is free for people to share their stories through. And it’s free to receive.

Little Hutt is connected with Narrate, a local Hutt business that captures peoples’ stories, helps them leave their legacies.

Watch Little Hutt on YouTube


Image courtesy of Brady Dyer