Tracing the Footsteps from Trentham exhibition curator Chriss Doherty-McGregor raises in salute the kind of enamel mug soldiers training at Trentham Army Camp might have used, with Expressions director Leanne Wickham.

WWI-era events up for awards

Anzac-linked exhibition earns Lower Hutt arts centre a finalist spot in museum awards.

Digital court plan fails

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12:18 PM  It was to save 93,000 work-hours a year. Instead it cost taxpayers $6.8m, with no result.

Groups want say in euthanasia case

12:39 PM  Interest groups want voice in lawyer Lecretia Seales' court case for assisted suicide.

Pair begin fraud convictions appeal

12:25 PM  Wellington accountants serving longest jail terms for a NZ tax case begin their appeal.

Stevens killing: Pair plead not guilty

All three people charged with murdering Matthew Stevens have now pleaded not guilty.

Review slams hospital's fatty fare

Hutt Hospital has been given a fail grade from a cross-DHB review into hospital food.

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Aussie as the Taj Mahal video

Wellington man Dominic Trewavas says using Indian rocks at the Australian Memorial at Pukeahu The National War Memorial Park ''wrecks the whole narrative'' and it should be pulled down.

19 min ago  Sandstone columns meant to represent Australia's "Red Centre" were quarried near Agra.

Photographer finds positives from tragedy

Greytown photographer Geoff Walker captured the last moments of the Carterton balloon tragedy. In his journey to forget he forges positive links with a Ugandan community.

Narrow vision for Foxton

Guppy: sports awards deserve backing


Council buys $3.35m land for hotel

Four buildings in Lower Hutt's southern High St sit empty after being bought by companies owned by local solicitors as part of a drive to encourage a 4-star hotel operator to build on the site.

Buildings fronting High St are empty after Hutt Council bought four properties totalling $3.35m.

Business booming for bus company

A family-owned Tranzit bus service celebrated its 91st birthday last week and is going from strength to strength.

Wellington City Councillor Jo Coughlan, chair of the Economic Growth and Arts Committee

Tech Hub one step closer

A $3million business Tech Hub is one step closer to being set up in Wellington.


America's Cup funding should be private

The America's Cup on display in London.

OPINION: John Key is right: if Auckland doesn't get any of the America's Cup racing, New Zealand taxpayers can't put any more money into the Cup.

The mother of all dilemmas

OPINION: My wife's three-month break from paid work ends on Monday – and she can't wait.

Photo: Ella Brockelsby. Linda Burges and Jane Bowron at We Love TV - Tuesday 19th March 2013. Ponsonby Central, Auckland, New Zealand. Photo: Ella Brockelsby

Close to the family grapevine

OPINION: There’s no guarantee that you and your siblings will keep in touch in later years.


Creative dance platform at Bats

Dancer Juliet Shelley will appear in Embody 2 at Bats Theatre.

Three dancers' and a musician present an improvised piece at Bats Theatre

Review: Orchestra Wellington

REVIEW: There were some delightful touches to Orchestra Wellington's first concert for the year.

Ross McCormack sees allusions to Frankenstein and Pinocchio as he "builds" dancers Emily Adams and James Vu Ahn Pham for their performance in Triumphs and Other Alternatives.

New dance show Triumphs and Other Alternatives

The title for Kiwi Ross McCormack's new dance is Triumphs and Other Alternatives  - and it's apt considering where the inspiration came from and what he's achieved.

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Lonely Planet giveaway

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Make My Day Paris

Create your perfect day with Lonely Planet's new mix-and-match guidebook series, Make My Day.

Kiwi students kit out AFL team

The St Kilda Aussie Rules team will be wearing a very special top in Wellington on Anzac Day.

Paddy was an Irish terrier who was the mascot of the Wellington Battalion. He is seen here during an inspection by Prime Minister William Massey at Vauchelles, France, on 30 June 1918.

Paddy the pooch went to war

Brave Paddy the Irish terrier bounced back from shell shock at Gallipoli and made it to the Western Front.


AFL career taking off for St Kilda Saints' Bruce

St Kilda's Josh Bruce will hope to make more marks like this, when the Saints play Carlton in an AFL game at Westpac Stadium on Saturday.

What's a bloke from Canberra doing playing AFL? It's a question Josh Bruce's school mates asked.

Hurricanes need to get used to being the hunted

Super Rugby leaders' assistant coach Clark Laidlaw says they must quickly come to terms with their new reality.

Phoenix striker Nathan Burns is second on the Golden Boot standings.

Phoenix striker Burns subject of transfer talk again

Not for the first time Nathan Burns is the subject of transfer talk.

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