Capital Life

Students claim their history on stage

03052016  News, Simon Edwards, Fairfax.  St Orans/St Bernard's Colleges production of Te Rakau's Dog & Bone. As audience ...

It's not in our history curriculum but Hutt pupils find another way to examine the NZ Wars.

Supporting Vietnamese street kids

Michael Brosowski and a Blue Dragon child celebrating Tet, Vietnamese New Year, in January 2016.

Michael Brosowski says witnessing a child experience real care for the first time is "the most powerful thing you can see".

Nuts about raw food

The raw snickers cake from Half Baked Catering.

The McIntyre sisters are showing that you can enjoy sweet treats without eating overly-processed foods.

International Dance Day

Lala Simpson (in yellow) performing with Moringa Dancers and Kubatana at International Dance Day 2015.

Te Papa hosts free dance workshops and performances for Wellingtonians to learn more about global dance culture.

Cafe Scene

Arthur's on Cuba reopens

Arthur's on Cuba has a new look.

Cafe Chat: Wairarapa cider quenching capital's thirst

The couple behind Greytown's Mela Juice, Brian Belluomini and Sarah Wright, have begun making cider using equipment left ...

Wellington breweries win big at New World Beer & Cider Awards

Restaurant Reviews

Ghetto gigs and lullabies

Anika Moa says that a "realistic version of parenting is not a fairy tale".

Anika Moa talks motherhood, music and a nationwide tour - paid for by fans.

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.

capital day

Supporting Vietnamese street kids

Michael Brosowski and a Blue Dragon child celebrating Tet, Vietnamese New Year, in January 2016.

Michael Brosowski says witnessing a child experience real care for the first time is "the most powerful thing you can see".

Nuts about raw food

The raw snickers cake from Half Baked Catering.

The McIntyre sisters are showing that you can enjoy sweet treats without eating overly-processed foods.

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