Roger Foley, left, confirmed Havana Coffee's Geoff Marsland, right, was on the yacht.

Yacht found, crew safe

Air Force spots Wellingtonians missing "miles from land in the open ocean".

Barred from rest home

A Hastings woman has been trespassed from her mother's rest home. (file photo)

Woman says she's been deprived of time with her mum, which she can never get back.

Jetstar says sorry to female doctor

8:00 PM  Doctor furious after Jetstar flight booking system assumes she was a man.

Daughter's bill to parents soars

Colleen Warin's $367,000 debt to her parents has increased by $14,000 thanks to a new court order.

Bars to share info on patrons

Go Pro footage and bouncer intel will be used to get Wellington's bar-goers to behave.

Serious injuries for Wairarapa man

A man's car is believed to have rolled on top of him, causing serious injuries.

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News

Student vs climate change minister

University of Waikato law student Sarah Thomson will appear early to her court case in Wellington to give a speech on ...

Student will soon have her day in court as she challenges Paula Bennett on climate change.

Virtual power plant on trial

Wellington residents could end up sharing electricity with neighbours after a disaster.

Widow brings accused to tears

Factory death still being probed

business

Virtual power plant on trial

Craig Burt is taking part in a “virtual power plant” trial, designed to support Wellingtonians in the event of a natural ...

Wellington residents could end up sharing electricity with neighbours after a disaster.

Bars to share info on patrons

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Party goers queue to get into the nightspots in Courtenay Place after the All Blacks vs Irish and ...

Go Pro footage and bouncer intel will be used to get Wellington's bar-goers to behave.

70s building smarter than most

Aorangi House in Molesworth St.

A 46-year-old building in Wellington has a better energy rating than the average NZ office.

Tourism's recruitment crisis video

Dylan Bryant got his big break by completing a five week hospitality course run by Accor Hotels and now works  at ...

Migrant labour is propping up our tourism industry which needs thousands of new workers to service the international visitor boom.

Cinema gets $27m after quake video

Reading Cinema and surrounding buildings on Courtenay Place were closed for four months following the November quake.

Multimillion-dollar quake payout allows Wellington cinema to rebuild on demolished car park land.

Comment

The age of umbrage weakens us all

Fun with guns: Military personnel from Linton Army Base visit Whakarongo School  - Maddison Brown (left) and Amy Van ...

 OPINION: Social media aided by a bottom-feeding media are weakening society.

Youth crime surge has side effects

Police have warned of a wave of youth crime in Christchurch.

OPINION: A high tide of youth crime has caught social workers off guard.

Don't dismiss North Korea

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un visits the newly-built Dental Sanitary Goods Factory in this undated photo released this ...

OPINION: As the possibility of a war against North Korea increases, New Zealand should try to understand that country's psychology of survival.

Tim Groser and the spies

Former diplomat and trade minister Tim Groser, now ambassador to the United States.

OPINION: It's official: Government spies were entitled to help the cabinet minister's campaign to become head of the World Trade Organisation.

The cost of landlord logic

Where are the people who chose the cheap cladding for London's Grenfell Tower now?

OPINION: London's catastrophic fire was all about the money.

Culture

Goodall not giving up hope on humanity

Dr Jane Goodall's studies of chimpanzees were revolutionary.

The 83-year-old chimpanzee expert is visiting New Zealand for a speaking tour over the next week.

An entertaining descent into hell

T​he Tragedy of Dr Faustus is now playing at Bats Theatre.

REVIEW: Vocal strength helps cast overcome a rather static production.

Friday's crossword solutions

Crosswords

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

Thursday's crossword solutions

Crosswords

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

Dancers delight kids

Eddie Madril is a member of the Pascua Yaqui tribe of Southern Arizona and Northern Sonora Mexico, on Wednesday he ...

Wellington kids get a taste of Native American culture and dance.

Capital Life

Win: Tickets to second Lions test

Watch the All Blacks take on the Lions in the second test in Wellington.

The July 1 game in Wellington is sold out - but we can still get you there.

Bistro closes its doors

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An empty and closed Tinakori Bistro on Tinakori Rd.  The restaurant has gone ...

Tinakori Bistro is in liquidation, owing more than $300,000, including unpaid wages.

Island Bay cycleway: what's next

A working party of Wellington City Councillors is to oversee the final engagement process and design options on the ...

Residents are being assured a solution will be in place by September.

Price to be made public

Athfield Architects' images of the proposed Willis Bond development at Site 9. If the building goes ahead,“high level ...

If a new Wellington waterfront development goes ahead, the commercial terms will be publicly released.

Beervana sales looking stout

Beervana is when the craft beer capital embraces the New Zealand-wide beer loving community in a big bearded beer hug.

Beervana 2017 is set to to be the beeriest yet if ticket sales are anything to go by.

Sport

The Pulse's simple netball solution

It's easy to forget Pulse goal attack Tiana Metuarau, right, is just 16.

Not meddling in the affairs of others has really helped the Central Pulse this season.

NZ netball comp: hit or miss?

Steel shooter Jhaniele Fowler-Reid has been among the best players in the national netball premiership.

 New competition unearths some exciting young talent, but too many one-sided games a concern.

Hurricanes turn to hand signals

Crusaders captain Sam Whitelock looks for a Codie Taylor lineout throw that didn't go where it should have.

The Hurricanes are set to give the Lions the lineout silent treatment.

Win: Tickets to second Lions test

Watch the All Blacks take on the Lions in the second test in Wellington.

The July 1 game in Wellington is sold out - but we can still get you there.

First South Korea, then the Olympics

Newton Sythong is representing New Zealand in his first international tournament, at the South Korean World Taekwondo ...

The young athlete has set himself a goal of one day competing at the Olympics.

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