Upper Hutt woman Lesley Sole has spoken out about trying to save the man shot dead by police.
7:58 AM Fonterra "very disappointed" tariffs remain, but deal is a step forward overall.
7:21 AM A fine day ahead for the capital, but the wund will linger.
She's our "poster girl for cycling" and her leadership is turning heads overseas.
Wellington's first trolley route has been scrapped, despite their demise not being scheduled until 2017.
They are used to help sore legs but anti-inflammatories could be dangerous.
Tara Higgs it at her wits' end after months of struggling with the Ministry of Social Development.
Policeman says he held a 13-year-old by the neck to help, not hurt him.
Ericsson is dumping one third of its staff at its Porirua factory, citing market changes.
Some Harvey Norman customers are considering legal action against the retailer over an online sales glitch.
Westpac has retained the bulk of the government banking contract, following a tendering process which dragged on for years.
Auckland and Wellington are among the most expensive cities in the world to rent offices.
Is rent-a-desk the way of the future?
OPINION: Australia’s round-up of New Zealand offenders for deportation starts, like much of that country’s immigration policy, with an understandable premise, and ends up closer to cruelty.
OPINION: Chris Brown shouldn’t be allowed to tour New Zealand. His 2009 assault on girlfriend Rihanna is too fresh and too horrible for him to expect to be treated like an innocent citizen.
OPINION: he convergence of WOW (World of WearableArt Awards) with the school holidays in the capital has made the footpaths absolutely positively heave with seething hordes of humanity.
OPINION: Even if the Green Party is not your cup of camomile, we must thank them for bringing public transport fare increases to our attention.
OPINION: There’s just no way that a council plan should allow this kind of neighbourly insult.
REVIEW: Puppet version of Maori creation story more than just a performance
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Plenty of talent on show at Puppet Festival
REVIEW: A disc of tranquility
REVIEW: Sweet Low Down sheds light on an unsung jazz pianist
The first Kiwi women police officer wore gloves and couldn't arrest anyone.
This is why a four-year-old Bernese mountain dog has done his breed proud.
Animals blessed at Wellington Cathedral as part of spring celebration.
Wellington turned on a stunner Saturday for the season's first cruise passengers.
Indoor stand up paddleboard yoga kicks off in Wellington.
One of the bowling finds of the year, Ben Wheeler, is sidelined with a back problem.
"I heard what I thought was a firecracker," Jaylen Gerrand said. "I didn't expect it to be a gun."
The CrossFit craze has seen competitors flock to weightlifting
Top pair add the Wellington matchplay to their strokeplay titles last month.
Wellington prove too strong for Bay of Plenty in NPC match.