Lines form at Te Papa, 15 hours before second-chance rugby tickets go on sale.
5:00 AM Wellington shops run out of jerseys, after failing to predict the team's success.
5:00 AM At 15, John McNaughton is the youngest player to qualify for the world championships.
5:00 AM OPINION: For Wellington City, July 1 heralds the beginning of a decade of growth.
The region is getting $1.4 b for transport but there's no immediate solution to capital's infamous roundabout.
Man whose dog was killed by police in a "terrifying" armed raid says pet was like family.
Business confidence has slipped for the second consecutive month, with the agriculture industry the least upbeat.
Fonterra's $235 million redevelopment of it is Pahiatua dairy factory is a celebration of the industry's technological innovation.
5:00 AM OPINION: The council can help lay the conditions for a dynamic city but needs to carefully balance its spending plans against cost to ratepayers.
5:00 AM OPINION: The stroke ward was called Solomon. My mother was on a bed in the corner. I didn't immediately recognise her. She was slumped to one side, asleep.
5:00 AM Solutions to The Dominion Post's daily back-page crossword are available here.
Shannon singer prepares for concert with national choir.
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5:00 AM Rugby fans camped overnight outside Wellington's Athletic Park ahead of an All Blacks-Springboks test match clash in 1956.
Angry fans are striking back at scalpers with absurdly priced bids, including one of $56m.
Bad luck Hurricanes' fans, the oracle has spoken and it'll be a Highlanders win on Saturday.