Try searching Wikipedia for celebrated New Zealand painter Robin White and you stumble into an information black hole.
The gruesome crimes of Daniel Cooper shocked and disgusted 1920s Wellington and made him and his wife Martha the most hated people in New Zealand.
Victoria University students spent their summer holidays at Google's Sydney headquarters.
Shaun Johnson marks 35 years at hotel
Each year thousands are amazed by pianist Shaun Johnson, even before they realise he is totally blind.
Four new beers from Panhead Custom Ales mark the 150th anniversary of The Evening Post.
Gold fever was in the air in the steep and wind-swept western hills of Victorian-era Wellington.
A Porirua science teacher has swapped radium for rap to impress his students, becoming an internet star in the process.
Westpac Stadium clocked its eight millionth patron on Sunday during the Sri Lanka-England Cricket World Cup match.
For two decades, a concrete poem that may be New Zealand's longest artwork has been living on borrowed time.
A dramatic chapter in Zelda Bruce's life began with one helicopter ride and will end with another.
Wellington offices used to reverberate to the clatter of typewriters.
Sheep, dogs couldn't upstage orchestra
It was New Zealand's "first great cultural adventure" - musically at least, and sheep in the city couldn't compete.
Engineers to play ball in the Middle East
Two Wellington women head to Abu Dhabi to compete in the World Gaelic Games next week.
Tribute to cricket's first superstar
Those who saw him play said WG Grace was the best. A new exhibition at NZ Cricket Museum tells his story.
Zoo's new arrival takes to savannah
Bright-eyed, bushy-tailed and stripy - a beautiful baby nyala can now be seen at Wellington Zoo.
Horror came to Taranaki St on September 6, 1978, as a routine rescue call turned into a nightmare for firefighters.
Richard sheepish about his canine ways
Richard the sheep has managed to pull the wool over his doggy pals' eyes.
Eighty thousand people are expected to hit the main streets of Newtown on March 8 for its annual fair.
It's easy to forget how revolutionary cafes were when they first came to the Wellington.
Wellington's coffee culture has once again attracted New Zealand's biggest coffee show to the city.
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