The Wellington Phoenix's Yellow Fever supporters group partake in their traditional shirts off celebration in 2014.

Yellow Fever ejected from Suncorp

3:07 PM  Members of Wellington Phoenix supported group kicked out of Suncorp Stadium for partaking in traditional disrobing.

Police shot man dead

Police stand at the cordon in Porirua, near where a knife-wielding man was shot and killed by police.

2:26 PM  Machete-wielding man shot once by police, and died en route to hospital.

Female prison population overflows

3:04 PM  Rising numbers mean female prisoners are now housed in a unit of a men's prison.

Sad tale behind famous fountain video

2:42 PM  The capital's famous harbour fountain had some bittersweet beginnings.

Doucas honoured by SPCA gallery

 Animal activist honoured with renaming of SPCA hospital in her name.

Man arrested over gunshots

Domestic incident allegedly involving a shotgun sparked armed offenders' squad callout in Hawke's Bay.

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Welcome to Orphic Egg

Tish Scott at her Orphic Egg gallery in Bay View.

A small gallery in Hawke's Bay will be filled with matchboxes this August

Feeding bellies not landfill

Hawke's Bay's brand new food re-direction service is on a roll.

Jacinda Ardern is only going up

Time to take keys from top cop?

business

Engineer, environmentalist

The proposed 30-metre raising of Lake Manapouri in the 1960s spurred David Thom to organise a number of conferences ...

David Thom was considered one of NZ's greatest engineers, and sought to protect the world around us.

Very Welly Christmas for 2017

Wellington businesses are being urged to take part in the 2017 Very Welly Christmas parade and festival on Lambton Quay.

A Very Welly Christmas set to return in 2017.

Hospice surprise $1.35m buyer

Britannia House trust chair Stephen Fitzjohn is delighted that it as been purchased by Te Omanga Hospice for $1.35 ...

Te Omanga Hospice purchases former Petone rest home.

Air craft diplomacy video

Flight Lieutenant Rebecca Lee and Squadron Leader Rich Mcphaden fly the A400M over the Marlborough Sounds on Friday.

One of Britain's most modern military planes drops into Wellington as part of an international sale pitch.

Third 'winter' for Kaikoura

Whale Watch is still running less than a quarter of the trips it would normally at this time of year.

Kaikoura businesses are desperate for an extension to the wage subsidy that has kept them afloat since the November earthquake.

Comment

Tackling rugby's dark side

The tragic death of Wallaby rugby player Dan Vickerman poses hard questions about what happens to rugby players after ...

OPINION: Not all the players have a plan to cope when the superstar lifestyle ends.

Death and the monument

The memorial wall for the Canterbury earthquake.

The new memorial for the victims of the Canterbury earthquake is not just for Christchurch. It is for all of New Zealand, and even for the wider world. Death took 185 people on that day six years ago, and they came from many different parts of New Zealand and the globe.

Where's Railways of National Significance?

Covering 316 hectares of fertile land with a road, the Kapiti Expressway, is poor stewardship, says Viola Palmer.

Opinion: The cost to taxpayers and the damage to the environment far outweigh any small benefit the Kapit Expressway will bring to car travel times.

Cadbury and the consumers

New Zealand filmstar Sam Neill backs a boycott of Cadbury

Cadbury's abandonment of Dunedin poses hard questions about profits and power. Cadbury's owner, the giant multinational Mondelez, made the announcement more in sorrow than in anger. It said it just couldn't afford to keep making chocolate in Dunedin when 60 per cent of it was sold in Australia and had to be shipped across a very expensive bit of water.

Farewell Jane Roe, complicated champion of abortion rights

Norma McCorvey, right, was the anonymous plaintiff known as Jane Roe in the Supreme Court's landmark 1973 Roe vs Wade ...

OPINION: She was full of contradictions, like all of us.

Culture

Kiwi Oscar nominee ready for big day

New Zealand film editor John Gilbert has been nominated for an Oscar for his work on Hacksaw Ridge.

Why one Kiwi Oscar nominee will be slightly relieved if he doesn't make the podium

Crossword solutions: Saturday, February 25

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Find the solutions to The Dominion Post's backpage puzzle here.

A secret romance

Love story. For years Tanya Moir has been leading a romantic double life.

For years, historical novelist Tanya Moir has hidden her second identity as romance writer Holly Ford. Now she is ready to celebrate her success.

Classical music and comedy collide

04022016 supplied photo arts: The Modern Maori Quartet.

The Modern Maori Quartet are joining forces with the country's premiere orchestra for a nationwide tour.

Crossword solutions: Friday, February 24

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Find the solutions to The Dominion Post's backpage puzzle here.

Capital Life

Leah McFall: Can we talk about Chelsea Winter?

I wanted to be a legend in my own kitchen.

Can we talk about Chelsea Winter?

Shift from illness to wellness

Physios involved in the Pinc & Steel walk up Mt Vic on Sunday, February 26. From left, Chris Marshall, Emma Mark, Andrea ...

Get some fresh air and exercise, all while helping ensure cancer patients can access physiotherapy and rehabilitation.

Very Welly Christmas for 2017

Wellington businesses are being urged to take part in the 2017 Very Welly Christmas parade and festival on Lambton Quay.

A Very Welly Christmas set to return in 2017.

Q&A: Kirsty Buggins

New Wellington Night Shelter general manager Kirsty Buggins.

The woman at the helm of Wellington Night Shelter is taking time to reflect on the role after her first four months.

Homegrown sells out

Homegrown 2017 is due to go ahead on Saturday March 4.

Tickets for Wellington's Homegrown festival have officially sold out for 2017.

Sport

Yellow Fever ejected from Suncorp

The Wellington Phoenix's Yellow Fever supporters group partake in their traditional shirts off celebration in 2014.

Wellington Phoenix supporters get the boot for traditional "shirts off" move.

Kawi king of the mile

Kawi and Jason Waddell on their way to victory in Saturday's Haunui Farm WFA Classic.

One of New Zealand's best gallopers has won his sixth Group I in impressive style.

Waddell and Kawi hunt number seven

Kawi and Jason Waddell on their way to victory over Start Wondering in Saturday's Haunui Farm WFA Classic.

Jason Waddell gets thumbs up from trainer after Kawi collects number six.

Wood joint top scorer

All Whites striker Chris Wood has scored his 20th English Championship goal for Leeds United.

Chris Wood can't stop scoring at Leeds as he eyes a Premier League future.

Sunwolves put to the sword video

First five-eighth Otere Black made a decent fist of steering the Hurricanes around the Prince Chichibu Memorial Stadium.

The Hurricanes have dished out an old fashioned hiding in Tokyo.

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