Stream squeeze past Town

Battle of St Pat's down to the wire

Only two points separate them as St Pat's Town and Silverstream lock horn in the annual traditional.
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Capital's zero growth

Downsizing of government and businesses heading north have hurt Wellington's economic growth.

Railway station to be strengthened

Work to strengthen Wellington Railway Station's earthquake-prone main entrance begins next week.

Farmer injured by bull

A Hawke’s Bay farmer has been injured in an encounter with a bull.

Newcastle arrive in capital

Newcastle United have landed in Wellington to a low-key reception with their game faces on.

Mum fears killer will reoffend

Vanessa Woodman Mother of killed teen adamant killer will offend again, after Parole Board said it would support his temporary release.

Councillor faces censure

Jackie Elliott Councillor called colleague "loathsome" and "vindictive" and also cost council $10,000 after an employment dispute.

Boys strive to stand out

Teenage schoolboys are putting a fashionable twist to their uniforms in an effort to keep up their image.

Forecast is for more chilly weather

Forest duathlon a wild challenge

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Kids up for boxing challenge

Before getting in the ring, the boys who have shown up for the first class of the Cannons Creek Boxing Academy must learn the rules.

Bank on track to close pay gap

wallet Westpac wins the inaugural Equal Pay Awards, organised to highlight the difference in pay for men and women.

Xero plays long game in US

Xero CEO calls questions over US momentum "ridiculous", but says it will take time to crack that market.

Executive loses fight for bonus

Oceania investigates capital raising

ikegps, Leon Toorenburg

IkeGPS shares off low

Technology company CEO had hoped for a better start, but says NZX debut is just the start of a long process.

Hauiti protected to the bitter end

Claudette Hauiti Claudette Hauiti's travel agent must be amazing - $200 return to Australia is a steal.

Horan sued by former friend

MP Brendan Horan is being sued by convicted tax avoider Colin Henderson for defamation.

Parliament's prayer up for review

'I'm going to let people in'

John Minto at anti-Israel protest

Israeli flag-burning defended

Mana activist John Minto says defacing Israeli flags at a march in Auckland was appropriate due to the "massacre".

Editorial: Flyover option needed

Basin Reserve flyover After years of planning, months of hearings and 8000 pages of transcripts, the Basin Reserve flyover is not a goer.

Winston's serving too thin

Winston Peter's has celebrated NZ First's 21st birthday with a round of dubious new policies.

NZ First an MMP survivor

We're more porn star than rock star

MH17 crash site

Editorial : Fanaticism to blame for plane carnage

The dirty war in Ukraine has claimed a planeful of innocent victims.

Harsh Georgian justice

Garrow's Law Before Judge John Deed, before Boston Legal and even before Perry Mason, there was Will Garrow, and he was real.

Kim Dotcom set for Party party

Kim Dotcom has pushed rewind on the Internet Party party after his last attempt was canned.

Catton on NZ Book Awards shortlist

Lorde and lyrics

Sol LeWitt

Art outside the box

Sol LeWitt, known as of the most influential artists of the 20th century, is the subject of a film festival documentary.

Running hot

Florence Reynolds Florence Reynolds had never run a full marathon before tackling 219 kilometres across a desert so dry that even the insects stay clear.

Coasting into Dine award final

That weird guy collecting seaweed on Wellington's south cast is one of the city's top chefs.

The School of Life

Moment in the spotlight

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Tuning in to the people's wavelength

Tufue Fiso was surprised when boys from his church shouted out, "Hey, we listened to you on the radio!"

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Muscat makes All Stars

Manny Muscat Phoenix midfielder joins A-League squad to meet Juventus in friendly exhibition match.

Sigmund's footy clash a 'dream'

Ben Sigmund wants Wellington Phoenix fans to come out in force and support the players against EPL giants West Ham.

St Pat's star back on court

Town eye grand slam

Jeremy Brockie

Brockie hopes to make mark

Phoenix striker would like nothing more than to find the back of the net against West Ham at Eden Park tonight.

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