Consumers has attacked nine different benchtops with knives, weights and scouring pads to see which is best.
A Facebook page set up to encourage responsible freedom camping has outed a couple seen dumping effluent into a camp ground drain.
Businesses cock-a-hoop for Year of the Rooster as up to 33,000 Chinese prepare to descend on NZ shores.
But as Wellington branch closes, another in Porirua is about to be built.
Community efforts to reopen Britannia House look likely to fail.
Elegant Upper Hutt home was built for a pair of pioneering plastic surgeons.
The first landing attempt was aborted, the successful second attempt earned an ovation.
Tournament boss bullish, despite predictions half the tickets will remain unsold.
More than 600 wine lovers from 20 countries heading to capital to celebrate premium variety.
You may have to get in line to stay at Bookabach's most booked baches of 2016, but they could be worth the wait.
OPINION: Your neighbourhood could soon have its own craft brewery.
How Upper Hutt is making moves to be the craft beer hub of the Wellington region.
Other councils don't charge homeowners for pipe repairs beyond property lines, so why does Wellington?
Engineers happy with Queensgate Mall.
Landlord tells of 600 phone calls and 300 emails in first 48 hours of listing property.
Wellington house prices have risen by almost a quarter - or $100,000 - in a year.
National Geographic has named Wellington food spots on an international shortlist.
Opinion: Heritage buildings serve as stand-out features set against bland blocks of buildings that are reminiscent of everywhere and nowhere.
Lawyer casts doubt on council policy, as officials investigate resident's $9000 bill.
Wellington restaurant sold after "surprise" offer from Auckland business.
Second company linked to man tied up in ACC bribery scandal liquidated.
First it was the earthquake, then it was flooding - Wellington businesses are fast losing optimism.
Deal will see Bendon business listed on the on US stock exchange.
Wellington's house prices soared over winter, driven up by desperate buyers.
The number of Kiwis flying to sunny destinations is soaring as they look for a way to escape cold weather.
It can take a bit of Kiwi ingenuity to fill an air lounger, one buyer found.
Does Petone need a parking building?
Tenant knows his nose, tribunal finds, after dead rat dispute leads to smell test.
On one side: Brexit, Trump, and a new election. On the other, good economic fundamentals.
Ground sensors in freedom camping areas and solar powered rubbish compactors are preventing freedom camping problems.