Alice Chambers with neurosurgeon Kelvin Woon, of Wellington Hospital. He removed her cancerous brain tumour two weeks ...

When brain tumours glow fluoro video

Alice Chambers' life should be longer, thanks to a drug that made her brain tumour glow.

Uni hall booze ban video

Uni

Night of drunken destruction trashes Victoria University hall in The Terrace.

New arena for Wellington

A 10,000-seater arena for concerts and events looks set to get the green light.

No ticket to ride

A bank card may soon be all you need to use public transport across NZ - unless you're in Auckland.

'What were you thinking?'

Accused doctor questioned about holding patient's penis in a toilet cubicle.

Schools struggle for digital devices

Principals believe technology helps students, but some lack the resources.

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Judge: Council wrong over cycle trail

Ken Rintoul says he's happy with a court decision, after a judge found Far North District Council breached its own processes.

In fracas over cycle trail construction, a judge says council could not unilaterally exclude a local contractor.

Expressway times improving

NZTA says Mackays chokepoint now better, but not as good as before expressway opened.

Who cares where England is?

Foxton gets a boost

business

Indoor arena for Wellington

An enthusiastic crowd rocks to The Pixies performing at Vector Arena (now the Spark Arena) in Auckland. Wellington is in ...

A 10,000-seater arena for concerts and events looks set to get the green light.

Baby burned by glowworm toy

A Northland Grandmother is grateful this Play Skool Lullaby Gloworm toy was not in her grandson's cot when it got ...

Grandmother says toy should be taken off shelves after it left baby with blistered neck.

Shop talk: Shut the Front Door

Sarah Parker, owner of Shut the Front Door.

Meet the mind behind this fast-growing, quirky and colourful design store chain.

Heritage building owner ignored

An artist's impression of the proposed apartment and hotel complex - Lambton on Waititi - seen from the bus terminal in ...

Council approved 10-storey hotel and apartment complex without notifying the owner of the heritage residence next door.

Budget opens taps for capital

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Generic photos of potable drinking water from the tap. This is water from ...

$6m to protect water supply may be first of several post-quake funding packages.

Comment

Sexism and social sadism

There has been a lot of work done in attitudinal change in police culture over the past 10 years.

OPINION: There's been a lot of work done in changing attitudes within the police over the past 10 years. But Lynley Tulloch says her experience shows still more work is needed.

Schapelle Corby circus likely to last

Schapelle Corby leaves for Australia at Ngurah Rai airport, Denpasar, Indonesia.

OPINION: Lucrative offers will be made to Corby for everything from women's magazine cover stories to reality TV shows.

ACC: A vision betrayed

Sir Geoffrey Palmer

OPINION: The lamentable performance of ACC is a wake-up call about what we value, says Sir Geoffrey Palmer.

Trump's diplomatic slips-ups

Pope Francis poses with US President Donald Trump, his wife Melania, right, Jared Kushner, left, and Ivanka Trump during ...

OPINION: Could it get any worse for President Trump? Well, yes.

No show without Punch

President Donald Trump holds up the executive order on withdrawal from the Trans Pacific Partnership.

OPINION: The idea of a Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade deal without the United States would once have seemed absurd. It is access to the giant rich market of America, after all, that mattered most to all the other partners, including New Zealand.

Culture

Tuesday's crossword solutions

Crosswords

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

Comedian cancels NZ tour for sick wife

Comedian Jim Gaffigan has cancelled his New Zealand shows as his wife, actress Jeannie Gaffigan, recovers from a brain ...

Jim Gaffigan will not come to NZ as his wife's painful recovery following brain surgery continues.

Why Sheeran snubbed ChCh, Welly

Ed Sheeran will not go to Wellington or Christchurch.

Blame the risk of bad weather in Christchurch - and the lack of a suitable venue in Wellington.

Experimental play coming to Bats

Actors Daniel Gamboa and Moana Ete will star in Bats' White Rabbit Red Rabbit.

Bats Theatre is set to showcase a new experimental play that will take not just the audience, but the actors as well on a journey into the unknown.

A powerful study of human nature

Circa's Three Days in the Country is a delicious and sumptuous production, delving in to the many machinations of love ...

REVIEW: Circa's large cast do a magnificent job to brilliantly bring out all the nuances and subtle layers of Marber's play.

Capital Life

Cricket a hit for Luisa

Brazilian teenager Luisa Quincozes is enjoying student exchange life at Heretaunga College in Upper Hutt.

All the way from Brazil to the home of The Lord of the Rings

Pasifika musicians recognised

Porirua soul artist Aaradhna is nominated for four Pacific Music Awards​.

As the 13th Vodafone Pacific Music Awards draw near, Wellington finalists reflect on what the awards mean to them and their people.

Maranui Cafe's vintage style

Bronwyn Kelly and Katie Richardson are co-owners of the Maranui Cafe.

Want a bit of a surf club vibe in your home? Take some tips from the owners of this iconic Wellington eatery.

Gym coach a real stalwart

For his years of dedicated service to the YMCA, Brent Ludlam received a long service award.

Joining the Y a life journey for gymnastics coach

George's bamboo vault to history

George Martin played top level rugby and rugby league but was he good enough to have been an All Black?

Was George Martin good enough to be an All Black?

Sport

SPT b'ball staying grounded

St Patrick's College, Wellington coach Brendon Polyblank talks to his team during the 2017 premier basketball season.

Defending premier basketball champions know things won't be easy this season.

Renata returning from Italy

Trent Renata, in action for Tasman in 2015, will play for Wellington in the 2017 Mitre 10 Cup.

Wellington Lions sign former Highlanders first-five Trent Renata from Italian club Mogliano.

Good news for Milner-Skudder

The end of a long rehabilitation is in sight for Hurricanes fullback Nehe Milner-Skudder.

Star Hurricanes fullback Nehe Milner-Skudder is off to Perth to play the Force.

Everyone to blame at Pulse

Last week's loss to the Southern Steel didn't leave Central Pulse coach Yvette McCausland-Durie, left, with a lot to ...

Pulse lacked the resilience to respond to the Steel's challenge, says coach.

Sporting hub for Taita

In November 2014 Community Facilities Trust chair Alister Skene predicted Fraser Park Sportsville would transform the ...

Fraser Park to get $12 million clubrooms.

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