11:55am State Highway One out of Wellington is clogged by holidaymakers headed off for the Easter weekend.
11:24am State of emergency may be declared on the West Coast, with storm damage compared to that of a hurricane.
11:40am More riprap is desperately needed to save Breaker Bay's storm-eroded coastline, say residents.
Drug users are playing a potentially fatal game of snorting mystery white powders, usually at parties.
Porirua mayor Nick Leggett is miffed at not being invited to the royal visit at the police college.
BNZ Partners director Anthony Healy will step up to the top job on May 12.
For the third time in 18 years, Winston Peters seems destined to decide which major party gets to form a government.
The Government has a lot of work to do to convince teachers its new I scheme is a magic bullet.
A rare painting by artist Frances Hodgkins has been rediscovered thanks to a Kapiti gallery exhibition.
A new Easter show adds another art and craft event to the Horowhenua-Kapiti calendar, and brings together the old and the new.
The history of sports clubs being owned by wealthy backers has not always been a happy one.
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