Flooding in the seaside suburb of Lyall Bay along Wellington's south coast near the airport.

No quick fix for wet Welly gallery video

12 min ago  There is no 'quick fix for problems with the capital's drainage systems, council says.

Winery served notice

Te Kairanga vineyard is a favourite with Toast Martinborough festival goers. Pictured at the vineyard during Toast 2010 are  Laura Baines and James Butters of Wellington.

3:45 PM  Top vineyard kept serving drunken, aggressive festival goers, authority finds.

Weapons stash foundĀ 

2:38 PM  A Kapiti man has been caught with a sawn off shotgun, swords, axes and a cross bow.

Woman tells of man 'pulling teeth'

12 min ago  Woman tells court of having six teeth pulled out in the back of a car.

Man who set teen alight on the run

Man who lit a teen on fire at a party as others held him down breached parole conditions.

Banks seeks lunches acquittal video

3:24 PM  Two lunches, two Americans, two donations: who's telling the truth?

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News

Opposition grows to PostShop closure

Protesters oppose plans to close the Raumati Beach PostShop.

3:47 PM  Hundreds of Raumati Beach residents are battling to keep their post office.

New turf lights up action

2:35 PM  It may have been on an artificial surface but there was nothing fake about the action at Trust House Memorial Park.

Trust House gearing up for profitability

Cameras target red-light runners video

Business

New turf lights up action

Blade Rapira passes the ball to his Marist team-mate Malatai Malatai during the Wairarapa-Bush senior-A club match against Gladstone on the new artificial turf at Trust House Memorial Park in Masterton.

2:35 PM  It may have been on an artificial surface but there was nothing fake about the action at Trust House Memorial Park.

A piece of Chinatown up for sale

A building invokes ghosts of Wellington's Chinese past

The Greytown Hotel has been sold by Trust House to private owners.

Trust House gearing up for profitability

Sale of prominent business marks end of an important phase for community-owned enterprise.

Comment

Helen Kelly: Keep up the pressure

CTU President Helen Kelly says pressure to improve worker safety has worked in forestry and now the agricultural industry is the target.

OPINION: Workers need a three-pronged approach to improve safety in the workplace.

When sought-after public opinion is ignored

OPINION: Why bother asking citizens to buy into a feel-good share idea scheme and then disregard their suggestions?

There are ways to curb booming Auckland property prices.

Action needed to control housing inflation

OPINION: Despite Bill English saying 'pretty much not really anything' to do about Auckland['s housing boom, there are quite a few things that could be done.

Culture

A very different Don Juan

Don Juan at Circa Two in Wellington - the comedy is verbal, physical and at times surreal.

REVIEW: Don Juan at Circa Two reviewed

Crossword solutions: Saturday, April 25

Solutions to The Dominion Post's daily back-page crossword are available here.

Ace Frehley - it's not true that his appeal is waning, simply becoming more selective.

Ace Frehley plays Wellington

REVIEW: Ace Frehley's Spinal Tap moment

Capital Life

Man Up: Urzila Carlson

Comedian Urzila Carlson talks to Capital Day ahead of her comedy festival show Man Up at Hannah Playhouse, May 5-9.

Urzila Carlson's Comedy Festival show Man Up explores where you fit in society.

Aussie Rules and toads in blenders

Comedian Andy Lee talks about AFL, meeting Hamish Blake, and Gap Year moments.

The Globetrotters had plenty of fun while drubbing their Hawaiian opponents at the Basin Reserve.

Harlem Globetrotters thrill Basin Reserve crowd

A flash squad of barnstorming basketballers stunned Wellington with their skill and antics in 1957.

Sport

Big win for Tu Toa over Rongotai

Tu Toa first five-eighth Joey Te Huna, centre left, trying to weave his way through the Rongotai College defence in their match at Tu Toa yesterday

3:21 PM  Tu Toa punching above their weight again.

Hurricanes too classy for lowly Queensland Reds

TJ Perenara grabs two tries as Hurricanes go back to top of Super Rugby ladder.

Blade Rapira passes the ball to his Marist team-mate Malatai Malatai during the Wairarapa-Bush senior-A club match against Gladstone on the new artificial turf at Trust House Memorial Park in Masterton.

New turf lights up action

2:35 PM  It may have been on an artificial surface but there was nothing fake about the action at Trust House Memorial Park.

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