Following the dawn service, many people chose to leave their poppies on the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior.

Services draws thousands

Thousands stood in silence in remembrance of those who have fought under the Anzac banner.

Crook denied parole 

Kelly Leigh Crook was jailed for her role in the murder of Matt Stevens, which she helped attempt to cover up by faking ...

3:20 PM  Woman who lured man to his death now admits what she did was "horrible."

Rentals smelly, musty and mouldy

12 min ago  Rental homes are twice as likely to smell musty, and three times more likely to feel damp.

Councillor under investigation

Kapiti councillor David Scott accused of grabbing senior manager's hips and 'pressing' himself against her.

Rare falcon shot dead

DoC furious over killing of protected bird, which could lead to jail sentence or a $100k fine.

Capital's mystery jet

Gulfstream jet with blocked flight tracker credentials touches down in Wellington.

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News

Young, scared and in war

A Dannevirke man and Vietnam War veteran Paddy Driver chats about his time in war.

1:57 PM  A Dannevirke man recalls his time serving in the Vietnam War.

May month of planting

Planting drive to kick of with trip to Tapu Te Ranga Marae next month.

Wellington debut for Africa film fest

Wairarapa thump Taranaki

business

Ruling threatens jet services

Queenstown Airport has refused to comment on the impact a Court of Appeal decision could have on its safety ...

Transport Minister warned court ruling could end jet services to key airports.

Six house subdivision at Hurunui-o-Rangi Marae

Marae Trust chairman Ra Smith with the subdivision in the background.

Housing project aims to strengthen marae rebuild project.

'Discount' price for Shelly Bay?

An artist's impression of a joint venture development at Shelly Bay by the Port Nicholson Block Development Trust and ...

Wellington developers claim council land at Shelly Bay could be sold for fraction of its $10m value.

The case for building gets stronger

Building new is beginning to stack up

 

Backstage pass to the world

OneNineFive business partners Carlene Staines and Greg Norris sometimes escape to their boat house in Mana for a break, ...

Bespoke travel company seeks to sell "experiential travel" as corporate incentives.

Comment

Turkey and the Anzacs

Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan

OPINION: New Zealand and Turkey have a special Anzac bond. The conflict that divided them at Gallipoli now brings them together each year on Anzac Day.

Fire-fighting fit on all fronts

Damage to the Christchurch Adventure Park from last month's widespread Port Hills fire.

OPINION: The unified Fire and Emergency Management service will be flexible enough to cope with the risks and needs of different communities.

A wider outlook on war

Collective displays of memory and patriotism mark Anzac Day in the 21st century.

OPINION: Anzac Day serves as a day to acknowledge our fallen, but perhaps we should also acknowledge some other imperatives.

Ditching deciles fine in theory

Outgoing Education Minister Hekia Parata wants to replace the school decile system.

OPINION: Hekia Parata's "big data" revolution holds promise - as well as risks.

Hung up over plan to change landlines

​Spark ​will change the way landline calls have worked since their invention in 1876, by switching them to internet ...

OPINION: Changing landlines may make sense, but it's cold comfort for many.

Culture

Wellington debut for Africa film fest

Opening night film 'The Wedding Ring' offers a female perspective on love, marriage and customs as seen by the Niger’s ...

Wellingtonians are being invited on "a cultural safari" when the Africa Film Festival hits the capital in May.

Crossword solutions: Tuesday, April 25

Crosswords

Find the solutions to The Dominion Post's backpage puzzle here.

Rapping about real estate video

David Dallas came home to write his latest album, Hood Country Club.

David Dallas' new album is about finance companies and real estate prices. Why?

Review: Hand to God

Expert direction: Lyndee-Jane Rutherford.

Darkly comic US stage hit arrives in Wellington.

Crossword solutions: Monday, April 24

Crosswords

Find the solutions to The Dominion Post's backpage puzzle here.

Capital Life

Wellington debut for Africa film fest

Opening night film 'The Wedding Ring' offers a female perspective on love, marriage and customs as seen by the Niger’s ...

Wellingtonians are being invited on "a cultural safari" when the Africa Film Festival hits the capital in May.

Puppets behaving badly video

Tom Clarke plays Jason and his demonic puppet, Tyrone, in Hand to God.

Tyrone the puppet has a big smile, but don't let that fool you - he doesn't belong on Sesame St.

Dyslexia no barrier for Hoey

Hoey, who didn't learn to to write until he was eight years old, says his dyslexia gave his teaching a unique perspective.

Dyslexic Dominic Hoey learned to write at eight years old - now the published author and poet is teaching writing courses.

Leah McFall: A chilling realisation

You are what you eat – and what I eat appears to include corned beef.

Do you want to know how well-bred you are? Then open your fridge.

Our finest young voices

The choir are holding an open rehearsal at Wellington Girls' College on Sunday, April 23.

A new cycle of the New Zealand Secondary Students Choir has begun, with a week-long camp in Wellington.

Sport

Saints ease past Giants

Nelson Giants forward Finn Delany puts up a shot on Tuesday.

Depsite Finn Delaney's best efforts he couldn't stop the Wellington Saints juggernaut from rolling on.

Wairarapa thump Taranaki

Centre back Cameron Lindsay sweeps forward in a counter attack to score the fifth goal for Wairarapa United.

Wairarapa go two points clear at the top of the central league.

Strength in Wellington women's softball

Sacred Heart College softball coach Scott Robertson with team members (L-R) Pallas Potter, Destiny Savage and Bailey ...

The immense strength of women's high school softball in Wellington has been showcased at the most recent division one and two national secondary schools tournaments.

Christians family can do it all

L-R: Wellington siblings Aidan, Madeleine and Jonah Christians compete in very different sports.

The Christians kids play a total of four sports: AFL, rugby, surfing and competitive cheerleading.

Tuivaiti leads Pulse to win

Central Pulse shooter Cathrine Tuivaiti was in top form on Monday night.

The Central Pulse shooter put her Northern Mystics Silver Ferns rivals on notice in her side's win.

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