Two people have admitted their guilt in a savage dog attack in Otaki described by hospital staff as being more like a shark attack.
A man believed to be from the Wellington region has died after sleeping in very cold temperatures.
A woman thought she would be raped after finding a teen burglar dismantling her computer.
Drivers are being warned to take care on the Rimutaka Hill road after a slip this evening.
A man is in a serious condition in hospital after he was assaulted in his own home.
A David and Goliath battle is shaping up between ANZ Bank and thousands of its customers.
Peter Dunne returns to Parliament saying he will vote against National's strike-breaking bill.
The Transport Agency will soon lodge an application for the Basin flyover project, writes councillor Andy Foster.
Getting the rights to stage a Wellington production of The Phantom of the Opera is not something its director Grant Meese has taken for granted, writes Jamie Small.
Wellingtonian Grace Brown traded a successful law career for cupcakes, recently launching her bakery, Sweet Bakery and Cakery, writes Sarah Catherall.
The excitement and the expectations around a British and Irish Lions tour are alive and well as we head into this weekend's first test in Brisbane.
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