Ahead of next week's climate conference in Paris, Wellington children make plans closer to home.
Ngaere Jenkins started dancing later than most, but she's already dancing her competitors under the table.
Newlyweds from the UK were already enjoying their honeymoon visit to Wellington, and then they were treated to a royal welcome at Te Papa.
Australian conductor Richard Gill will conduct a show in Wellington, with the public singing alongside the NZSO.
A Wellington Zoo resident chimpanzee, Cara, will soon be reintegrated into her primate community after an operation that closed off her one remaining ear.
OPINION: It seems every type of beer has its own celebration.
American street artist Steiner paused briefly in Wellington to leave his mark on Burger Liquor while travelling the country.
Zealandia's environmentally-friendly cafe, Rata, has achieved a New Zealand first - winning all 12 Conscious Consumer badges.
Three hundred visually impaired Kiwis will have their own dedicated space at the Elton John concert with restricted view seating.
The Neonatal Trust builds up to World Prematurity Day with artistic fundraiser.
Pilsner Urquell is set to launch International Pilsner Day in New Zealand.
Pat Shepherd hopes to convert more people to the giving evolution before One Percent Collective's third anniversary.
A group of creative Wellingtonians have made a movie with an all-female cast.
Scottish-born Frank Burkitt and his band prepare to embark on a five-week tour of New Zealand.
Roger Patel bought newspapers on his daughter's birth. Thirty years later, the tradition lives on.
2500kg of fireworks to light up Wellington's skyline for the city's 21st Sky Show.
Massey University offers a scholarship to one talented applicant.
People with EB have skin as soft as butterfly wings, but they are much stronger than your average butterfly.
Berhampore will not be "forgotten" or "neglected" for much longer after the release of a new history book.
Otaki College students recycle bikes to give back to the town as part of Energise Otaki.
Raymond Seumanu has had a strong start in amateur boxing. Corey Enoka, on the other hand, has had a strong finish.
Cat in the Hat, The Lorax, and Horton costumes might do the trick for Wellington's The Big Halloween this year.
St Andrew's on the Terrace will host Dame Malvina Major emerging artist Madison Nonoa.
Cannons Creek School planted a garden last year, and now the pupils finally get to enjoy the fruits of their labour.
The Wellington comedian has a knack for finding better ways of doing things.
Miramar resident Erana Franklin is one of eight Wellington student teachers to be recognised as high achieving maori scholars.
Victoria University students Brad Olsen and Ruby Sands will head to Malta to tackle migration issues.
Young Wellingtonians whose Hogwarts invitations were lost in the owl post can now run around with a kitchen broom between their legs and call it sport.
The multi-cultural environment at Bishop Viard College is growing rapidly.
From Bikram to bros yoga, there is a free class for everybody at Wellington's second free yoga day.