17 min ago Not many teens leave the Melbourne Storm, but prop Joe Apikotoa sees a future in rugby.
17 min ago Alfred Vincent is 78 and increasingly frail - but is still deemed unsafe to leave prison.
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12:48 PM Hastings won NZ's most beautiful city, as well as best toilet - which had more entries.
Is the little collectables craze harmless family fun, or ethically questionable marketing?
Caregivers must keep vigilant to curb the growing number of infants suffering sudden deaths.
Internet body moves to get its subsidiaries on same floor.
A robust piece of Kiwi ingenuity is on threshold of cracking the US drone market.
Wellington Airport's new control tower with a 12.5 degree lean has been granted resource consent.
A retro landmark of Wellington's retail scene has met the wrecking ball.
A retail and office development on a prime Petone site will involve hundreds of jobs.
OPINION: How far is the reforming minister really prepared to go with state care for children?
OPINION: It's not too late to ditch the proposed flag designs and start again.
OPINION: If we doubled the refugee quota, we would only be doing what we've done in the past, given population growth.
OPINION: Government changes to Sunday trading laws still leave a shambles.
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Solutions to The Dominion Post's daily back-page crossword are available here.
Dai Henwood's return to the Hutt Valley stomping ground of his early years has proved a success.
Wellington's theatrical community will gather on Sunday to remember and celebrate to life of actor Robbie Tripe.
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Give him the blueprint and he'll stitch it in to the real world.
The newspaper sport of ferry-bashing was invented in 1962 when the interislander Aramoana was plagued with problems.
Glenn Reddiex researches history by collecting postcards, especially World War I postcards.
Music, comedy, art and sports. Here's what's on this week.
Not many teenagers walk away from the Melbourne Storm, but young prop Joe Apikotoa sees his future in rugby.
The kilos are dropping off Opie Bosson as he prepares for spring racing and a possible Makfi hat-trick at Hastings.
NZ lost their world ranking of three with a South African series defeat, but gained valuable experience.
Sacrifice and hard work have paid off for Wellington loose forward Vaea Fifita.
Nearly two years since he stopped the Basin with his test triple-century, Brendon McCullum is set to play his 100th test there against Australia.