Cyclists flout tunnel ban

New vehicle-only tunnel being used by cyclists

Wellington cyclists are putting themselves in danger by pedalling through the newly opened Arras Tunnel.
Arras Tunnel

Fewer burglaries solved

12 min ago If you're burgled, there's only a one-in-seven chance it will be solved.

Motorists face speed camera blitz

12 min ago Wellington drivers will soon find themselves at the mercy of at least five digital speed cameras.

Judge 'sending wrong message'

Alessandro Doria 12 min ago A clinician has hit out at a judge who failed to convict a man who filmed up a woman's skirt.

Duathlon turns in to a wild ride

12 min ago Athletes braved wind, snow and mud during the inaugural running of a unique duathlon.

Cold blast on its way

12 min ago We have had a taste of summer and now it is back in to the cold and rain.

Hoping for a miracle

mt manganui search Search resumes today for boy swept off Mt Maunganui beach by monster wave.

Pora 'doing well'

Convicted killer Teina Pora received glowing progress report from Parole Board, a month out from Privy Council appeal.

Petrol prices may soar

Cunliffe: I'm not into gutter politics

NZ support for Hong Kong protests

Hong Kong expats across New Zealand are staging a show of support for pro-democracy protests.

NZ oil production to rise

oil rig NZ's oil production is expected to grow by 5 to 7 million barrels a year, taking total production to up to 19 million barrels.

Fraudster fights to keep tax agency

A tax fraudster returns to court to fight the Inland Revenue Department removing his company from its list of tax agents.

Relief for leaky-unit owners

Note to Labour: it's also policy

Stock market NZX

Economy fuelling fast-growth businesses

New Zealand’s fastest growing companies were celebrated at Deloitte Fast 50 regional awards throughout the country tonight.

When politicians cringe

Hillary Clinton David Cunliffe's wife's recent Twitter activity is not the first family-related embarrassment in recent political history.

Cunliffe: Didn't know wife tweeting

Ex-Labour leader "couldn't have known" about wife's attack Twitter account. | NZ vote analysis

Labour 'out till 2020'

Beehive Live: Twitter tussle

David Cunliffe and Karen Price

Twitter attacks herald a bitter contest

Karen Price stood by her man, David Cunliffe - and her Twitter revenge on his detractors and rivals has won both sympathy and derision.

Going through a bad phrase

dictionary Bereft of ideas of her own, the leech was seeking to pick the brains of others on the subject of our much abused friend the English language.

Key reads the signals on child poverty

John Key promises to do something about child poverty. What, he does not say.

NZ still stuck with Rena wreck

Electoral system is defective

coins, NZ money

High dollar not making cents

The dollar really must be too high if the Reserve Bank is actually doing something about it.

Kiwi cop drama that's not clueless

Brokenwood Mysteries Prime's new The Brokenwood Mysteries ticks every box; it's a wonder we didn't start making this series 10 years ago.

Making the most of the middle

He plays swing, country, rock and pop and pokes fun at our fads. Tom Cardy talks to satirist and musician Andrew London.

Dotcom detritus drawcard

Road Trip: The pilot

The Refusal of Time

Time on his side

South African artist William Kentridge explains the genesis of his video work. now on show at Wellington's City Gallery.

Drive-in on course for summer

Drive-in Wellington's only drive-in cinema is gearing up for a busy summer ahead.

Getting a buzz out of school

Avalon Intermediate pupils are buzzing about their hip hop themed videos - shot from a bee's perspective.

Night streaker

Building up a sustainable thirst

Samin Son

Artist embraces his two nations

A Korean artist is being reborn as a Wellingtonian.

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Capital challenge falls short

Jason Woodward Wellington are 0-8 for the season after being beaten 36-14 by Hawke's Bay in tonight's Ranfurly challenge.

All go for Black Sticks

Between them, NZ women's and men's hockey sides to play seven tests in eight days next month.

World Cup build-up begins

Lee-Lo to play for Samoa

Doug Bracewell

Bracewell back in favour

From wilderness to welcome mat, seamer says massive wakeup call helped spur him back into the NZ test side.

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