Pass the pies

Plating up a puff pastry and beer combo

A delicious combination of tasty ingredients encased in golden puff pastry is up for a national pie award.
Siggy's pies

Hammers hit Wellington

West Ham arrive in capital still licking their wounds from last night's upset loss to the Phoenix in Auckland.

Trial over storage fire

A man charged over a storage facility fire that destroyed hundreds of units is to go to trial.

Phoenix back in town

Satisfied but level-headed Wellington Phoenix return to the capital ready for Saturday's clash.

Cannabis in train driver

The driver of a train that crashed in Lower Hutt two months ago tested positive for cannabis use.

Illness delays ferry sailing

Cook Strait ferry Kaitaki An Interislander ferry sailing was delayed this morning after the ship's master called in sick.

'Living wage' on the menu

LIVING WAGE It will cost Lucas Putnam an arm and a leg, but the restaurant owner says paying a living wage is the ethical thing to do.

Council proceeds with plan

Kapiti Coast District Council has voted to proceed with its controversial proposed district plan

Film Festival ticket sales up

Kapiti far from 'God's waiting room'

RSA Ron Turner

Wellington RSAs in decline

The Wellington Returned and Services Association is in danger of perishing along with its members.

Rates rise hits homeowners

interest rates Mortgage rates head up, with the latest official interest rate increase passed on to customers.

Moa plans $5.3m capital raising

Listed brewer seeks new capital from shareholders to fund further growth.

Low deposit home loans lift

Beermakers fear tough draft rules

Simon Bridges

South Island primed for platinum

Canadian company given go-ahead to search for precious metal in Tasman and Southland.

Top MP's airport breach

Gerry Brownlee Gerry Brownlee faces investigation after airport security breach which he offered to resign over.

Cartoons 'negative, insulting'

MP Louisa Wall is appalled the Human Rights Commission has not upheld a single complaint under its race relations section.

'Make Maori compulsory'

'I'm not scared of a few little papers'

gerry brownlee

A case of second-term-itis?

A contrite Gerry Brownlee must have skated very close to losing his job after his breach of airline security.

Dotcom sideshow too big a distraction

Kim Dotcom I thank Kim Dotcom for bringing a theatrical edge to the political landscape, even if it's only momentary.

Winston wades in with a masterstroke

They were clearing the decks for the election this week, but for the two major parties it was just more of the same.

Design our cities around people

'No' to binding referendums

MH17 crash site

Editorial : Fanaticism to blame for plane carnage

The dirty war in Ukraine has claimed a planeful of innocent victims.

Mrs Brown defies expectations

mrs brown's boys d'movie D'Movie is affectionate, genuinely funny, well put together, and has flourish and flair to make it more than the TV show.

Film fan's passion for the pictures

Miles Buckingham loves films so much that for two week he'll be spending more at the cinema than at home or work.

Begin Again will polarise audience

Subtle as a sledgehammer

The Dome

The Dome's knives are out

After a promising start, Under the Dome is now getting silly.

Tuning in to the people's wavelength

samoa capital radio Tufue Fiso was surprised when boys from his church shouted out, "Hey, we listened to you on the radio!"

Running hot

Florence Reynolds had never run a full marathon before tackling 219 kilometres across a desert so dry that even the insects stay clear.

Coasting into Dine award final

The School of Life

Siggy's pies

Pass the pies

A delicious combination of tasty ingredients encased in golden puff pastry is up for a national pie award.

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Garden of Eden for Phoenix

Alejandro Rodriguez West Ham have had their Premier League bags sent packing, stunned 2-1 by the Phoenix.

So the Glasgow Games begin

Scotland might be going its own way soon, but for the next 11 days there's only one show in town.

Glasgow on van Dyk's mind

Silverstream down Town

Ma'a Nonu

Nonu, Savea for Cup semi

Ma'a Nonu and Julian Savea have been given the green light to play for Oriental-Rongotai in the Jubilee Cup semifinal.

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