15 min ago Fog that covered Wellington mid-morning, and could linger all afternoon in some places.
Judge condemns "utterly inappropriate" reaction, and orders truck driver to pay victim's dental bill.
2:31 PM Concerns about the safety areas of a proposed airport extension are upheld by court.
Massive hurdle cleared ahead of $120 million retirement village being built in Lower Hutt.
Putting up a poster could smash the windows in Wellington's second-tallest building.
7 min ago More honey could mean more money for the Gisborne region.
2:54 PM Council staff say no permission was given for a fire at an old piggery but its owner claims otherwise.
2:49 PM This was never going to be a happy ending, but at the very least, it's closure.
Concerns over safety areas at proposed airport extension upheld by court.
When authorities did not trust a key person, his influence was hidden, court told.
Quake-affected South Island areas will get more financial support, but wage subsidies for North Island businesses will end next week.
The number of Kiwis moving overseas is at a 30-year low - as net migration hits 71,000.
Chinese New Year contributed to the record 381,100 visitors who arrived in January.
Opinion: A balancing of power is critical to successful peace negotiations between Israel and Palestine.
The victory of Jacinda Ardern in the Mt Albert by-election means nothing for the future of Labour. There was no contest with National and Ardern's big majority came without real competition.
Opinion: Political parties are constrained in their use of the broadcast media for electioneering purposes, but, according to the Court of Appeal, private individuals and groups are not.
OPINION: Are the rest of us sloths supposed to look on admiringly at these narcissists, asks Jane Bowron.
OPINION: Baby boomers like me remember clean rivers - and we vote. Dave Armstrong writes.
Violinist Benjamin Baker is returning home as the only Kiwi finalist in the Michael Hill International Violin Competition
Kiwi Oscar winner was delighted with his victory, but can't believe Oscars' "monumental stuff-up".
It's been two years since the prolific Irish entertainer left music to care for his wife. She's better now, and O'Donnell on the road again.
Find the solutions to The Dominion Post's backpage puzzle here.
Weta Digital and editor John Gilbert both win at the Academy Awards.
Bike the Trail gets into gear.
Bill English visits Ryman home.
Uber driving politician enjoys cricket umpiring.
Sewing and mending are coming back in fashion, as the repair movement gains momentum.
Te Papa closes its research facility, because even dead fish need to be safe in an earthquake.
Hurricanes rookie Jordie Barrett's taste in music has The Bus fuming.
Upper Hutt's large open parks will be the perfect location for Wellington club rugby's Gala Day.
Anurag Verma continued his resurgent run of form with four wickets for the Wellington Firebirds on Monday.
Star studded Argentinian side to play Petone.
Cap in hand for Mark Houghton.