WWI artist Sapper Horace Moore-Jones, who taught and died in Hamilton.

WWI artist's work on display

10:46 PM  Sapper Horace Moore-Jones is regarded as one of NZ's most influential wartime artists.

Arty buses invade

The artwork that now adorns some Go Wellington buses.

It's not quite the Sistine Chapel, but passengers looking at bus ceilings will be greeted by artworks.

Special guests at ceremony gallery

Englishman to lay British Legion wreath at the Masterton cenotaph on Anzac Day.

Canes weigh approach after defeat

TJ Perenara didn't immediately think the Hurricanes needed to pull back on their attacking intent in the wake of their first loss of the season.

Odd couple comedy on Hutt stage

Expectations of a smooth relationship collapse as quickly as the wonky deck chair.

$1m Weta lawsuit 

Production assistant suffered horrific injuries during booze-fuelled Fourth of July party.

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Lack of sponsor sidelines Mason gallery

Masterton Rally drivers Richard and Sara Mason

Rally champion Richard Mason missed the opening round of 2015 championship.

Special guests at ceremony gallery

Englishman to lay British Legion wreath at the Masterton cenotaph on Anzac Day.

Skate jam winner flips for win

Stuck on plane for 7 hours

Business

Mothballed institution up for sale

The long-disused CIT site in Upper Hutt, now up for sale.

All eyes are on the buyer of Upper Hutt's CIT site.

Vernon Small: Surplus obsession so last election

OPINION: Stark warning from Reserve Bank needs significant action from Government on May 21.

Shed 5, Wellington Waterfront.

Chefs get creative to cook meals

A gas fault, two nights in a row, left hundreds of diners in Queens Wharf restaurants hungry and cold as they waited for it to be fixed.

Comment

The mother of all dilemmas

Duncan Garner says his wife has helped their son, 4, move from a baby to a boy.

OPINION: My wife's three-month break from paid work ends on Monday – and she can't wait.

No need to jump the gun on road-building

OPINION: The Basin Reserve flyover has cast a long shadow over transport politics in Wellington.

Finance Minister Bill English and Prime Minister John Key should acknowledge that a marginal surplus or deficit is just so last election.

Vernon Small: Surplus obsession so last election

OPINION: Stark warning from Reserve Bank needs significant action from Government on May 21.

Culture

Midge Ure wows again in Wellington

Scottish musician Midge Ure was in fine voice at Bodega.

REVIEW: Band Aid and Ultravox star Midge Ure rolls out the classics and reels in the audience at Bodega in Wellington.

Slow Boat becomes crowded house

Records are still cool, and so is Neil Finn, so the Kiwi music legend was the perfect choice to mark world Record Store Day.

Singer Ricky Martin.

Ricky Martin's still got it

REVIEW: Ricky Martin gives the audience what they want with a high-octane performance at Wellington's TSB Arena.

Capital Life

Secret Welly: Michel Tuffery

Artist Michel Tuffery, with his favourite train, Cyclops.

Artist makes sweeping discoveries about Pacific Island soldiers who served in WW I.

Paint the park red

Put on a blindfold, grab a paintbrush and be part of a new Wellington public artwork.

Lord of the Rings director, writer and producer Peter Jackson waves to fans during the Return of the King premiere parade.

Wellington's blockbuster premiere

A crowd of 100,000 crammed onto Courtenay Place in 2003 to see Lord of the Rings stars at the third film's world premiere.

Sport

Shooting costs Pulse again in loss to Fever

West Coast Fever's Natalie Medhurst, left, is challenged by the Pulse's Te Huinga Reo Selby-Rickit in Wellington.

12 min ago  Shaky shooting has cost the Central Pulse another trans-Tasman Netball League win.

Henry-less Saints go 6-0 in Southland

Wellington Saints forward Leon Henry will visit a specialist on Monday to assess whether surgery is required after his sickening fall during Friday's 108-97 National Basketball League win over the Taranaki Mountain Airs.

Hurricanes halfback TJ Perenara and wing Julian Savea, left, reflect on their side's 29-24 loss to the Waratahs.

Canes weigh approach after defeat

TJ Perenara didn't immediately think the Hurricanes needed to pull back on their attacking intent in the wake of their first loss of the season.

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