Wellington's political landscape will remain unchanged for another three years.
Victory by Labour candidates in the Wellington region offset a dismal party vote nationally.
National newcomer Alastair Scott has won Wairarapa by a majority of 6228.
Peter Dunne has won his Ohariu seat with a majority of 940 over Labour's Virginia Andersen.
National's Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy's convincing win confirms Otaki as a National stronghold.
Rotavirus outbreak prompts public health officials to urge parents to keep sickly children at home.
Bring your own device policies are increasingly common in SMEs as a way to lift productivity and meet staffs' growing technology expectations.
Despite his party's resounding loss, Labour leader says he has no intention of standing down.
Buyer beware: Boats are hard work. Don't buy a cheap one. It turns out there's no such thing.
While Boy & Bear have yet to conquer the Kiwi charts, in Australia they're one of the biggest bands of the past few years.
Whether sweet or savoury, Ruth Pretty has the answer to those coffee-break cravings.
2014 is shaping as a barren year for sport in the capital. Sam Worthington investigates the sad state of affairs.
Do you think the Lions will beat Tasman tomorrow?Related story: Willie Ripia a genius move or more tinkering?
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