Capital Life

Fence torn down video

Peter Aitchison rues the loss of his view, which was blocked by a neighbour's fence. The neighbour has complied with an Environment Court order, and has taken most of the fence down.

It was the fence that blocked a Wellington couple's dream harbour view. Now it's been torn down.

Found: Long-lost friend Joe

Twenty years ago American Lissa Carlino met Joe Wareham in San Francisco. After two years of searching for him, they finally meet again in Wellington.

American writer Lissa Carlino says Joe Wellington still has the "kind eyes" she remembered from 20 years ago.

Policing power

Auditor-General Lyn Provost is all smiles, but don't be fooled - there is a rod of iron up her spine.

From New Zealand's first female deputy police commissioner to public spending watchdog

Scots parade, picnic, and pipes

Scots College students at the whole school chapel service on Tuesday.

Scots College is rapidly approaching its 100th anniversary on Monday, February 8.

Cafe Scene

A taste of... Cuckoo Cafe & Cocktail Emporium

The monstrous platter.

A taste of…Cuckoo Cafe & Cocktail Emporium

Cafe Chat: Hive is alive in Eastbourne

Brandon Bodden and his wife Lizzy own Hive, a new cafe in Rimu St, Eastbourne.

New Eastbourne cafe is one for the locals.

Restaurant Reviews

Weta takes magic leap with Google

A still from Magic Leap's first teaser video for the Dr. Grordbort's game developed by Weta Workshop and Magic Leap.

Weta Workshop and Google to work together to take digital world beyond smartphones.

Review: Muse on Allen a five star experience

Venison Denver Leg.

Everything is lining up nicely at Wellington's Muse on Allen - the wine, the service, the food and at last the decor.

capital day

Scots parade, picnic, and pipes

Scots College students at the whole school chapel service on Tuesday.

Scots College is rapidly approaching its 100th anniversary on Monday, February 8.

My Secret Wellington

Storbie chief executive and founder Shane Bartle at Bats Theatre, where he used to perform.

Storbie chief executive Shane Bartle shares his favourite local haunts.

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