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Creative dance platform at Bats

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

12:08 PM  Three dancers' and a musician present an improvised piece at Bats Theatre

WWI artist's work on display

Sapper Horace Moore-Jones is regarded as one of NZ's most influential wartime artists.

Call to accelerate progress on Great Harbour Way

Train runs red light

Business

Mothballed institution up for sale

The long-disused CIT site in Upper Hutt, now up for sale.

All eyes are on the buyer of Upper Hutt's CIT site.

Vernon Small: Surplus obsession so last election

OPINION: Stark warning from Reserve Bank needs significant action from Government on May 21.

Shed 5, Wellington Waterfront.

Chefs get creative to cook meals

A gas fault, two nights in a row, left hundreds of diners in Queens Wharf restaurants hungry and cold as they waited for it to be fixed.

Comment

Close to the family grapevine

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

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

Vernon Small: Surplus obsession so last election

OPINION: Stark warning from Reserve Bank needs significant action from Government on May 21.

Duncan Garner says his wife has helped their son, 4, move from a baby to a boy.

The mother of all dilemmas

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

Culture

Creative dance platform at Bats

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

12:08 PM  Three dancers' and a musician present an improvised piece at Bats Theatre

Brophy comes full circle with Nextstage

Plenty of Hutt people head to Wellington for a culture fix.  Why can't the reverse also be true?

Conductor Marc Taddei's sympathetic direction produced some fine playing by Orchestra Wellington in its first concert of 2015.

Review: Orchestra Wellington

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

Capital Life

Paddy the pooch went to war

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.

12:18 PM  Brave Paddy the Irish terrier bounced back from shell shock at Gallipoli and made it to the Western Front.

Top builders wanted

New Zealand carpentry apprentices are being urged to show off their skills and talent in this year's Apprentice of the Year competition.

Wainuiomata Hill lookout.

Secret Welly: Michel Tuffery

Artist makes sweeping discoveries about Pacific Island soldiers who served in WW I.

Sport

Shooting costs Pulse again in loss to Fever

West Coast Fever's Natalie Medhurst, left, is challenged by the Pulse's Te Huinga Reo Selby-Rickit in Wellington.

Shaky shooting has cost the Central Pulse another trans-Tasman Netball League win.

Henry-less Saints go 6-0 in Southland

Wellington Saints forward Leon Henry will visit a specialist on Monday to assess whether surgery is required after his sickening fall during Friday's 108-97 National Basketball League win over the Taranaki Mountain Airs.

Hurricanes halfback TJ Perenara and wing Julian Savea, left, reflect on their side's 29-24 loss to the Waratahs.

Canes weigh approach after defeat

TJ Perenara didn't immediately think the Hurricanes needed to pull back on their attacking intent in the wake of their first loss of the season.

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