'Bit of a troublemaker'
Splashing around in the sun proved a winning formula in our Canon Kiwi Summer photo competition.
Weaver Kohai Grace is creating a taniwha to go on display at Porirua Aquatic Centre on Waitangi Day.
Soldiers' stories often start and end at railway stations, and Allan Dodson's own labour of love is no exception.
Wellington brew tour more stroll than crawl
Craft beer enthusiasts set to guide their first walking tour of popular, inner-city breweries and bars.
'Yellow Carpet' wins our final lucky draw
Here's our fifth lucky draw winner. Tomorrow: The top 3 pics are revealed.
Museum of Wellington City & Sea is offering each of the past 150 years for sale in an effort to expand.
Popular chef bringing his cuisine to the Capital
Diners will soon be chowing down Jamie Oliver's dishes in the heart of Wellington.
Art studio wants to keep changing lives
Vincents Art Workshop changes lives, but a lack of funding could see it close after 30 years.
Makeover for city laneway
Bond St in central Wellington has a new look - it's gone completely dotty.
Help us pick a photo winner
Vote for your favourite photos to help find the winner of the Canon Kiwi Summer People's Choice Award.
Trentham race course will humming with the sounds of different horses this weekend.
Comedian and singer Geraldine Quinn returns to Welly with an ode to a bizarre and beloved landmark.
Shark freed from fishing line
Wellington's blue shark is has hook embedded in it after a brief flirtation with a fishing rod.
Wellington suburb of Tawa the most "neighbourly" in New Zealand, with more than 1100 residents joining the website.
Beautiful 1-2m predator makes capital home
People have been warned not to get too close to a Blue Shark seen in a Wellington Lagoon.
Wellington's Central Vet Hospital is facing some big changes - not that its patients will notice much.
The jewel in the Wellington Racing Club's crown had plenty of sparkle over the weekend.
Last chance to send in your summery snaps
Our Kiwi Summer our summer pix competition draws to a close at midnight. Be in quick to enter you photos.
Wellingtonians witness a world record, an inflatable elephant and a flying bathtub when the Nitro Circus rolled into town.
Titahi Bay radio mast has broadcast news of wars, mankind on the Moon, and the Queen's coronation.
Does more need to be done to protect NZ passports?