A dress powered by 340 LED lights has taken out the World of WearableArt people's choice award.
Moscow, St Petersburg, London - and now Chilton Saint James.
Renowned choreographer Claire O'Neil has returned home to Wellington for the world premiere of her new work.
Wellington Chocolate Factory staff can trace every stitch in their new uniforms.
Gino Acevedo unleashes his menancing, monster-ous drawings at a new Wellington exhibition.
Simutech's flight simulator will feature at the 1st Assembly open day in Lower Hutt this weekend.
Wellington studio Storybox has created software that allows the audience to join the storyline using their smartphone.
One of New Zealand's most trusted brands proves it is good at keeping its chocolate secrets.
Some way or another, all Kiwis can resonate with stories of migration to New Zealand. Luke Kelly's first solo exhibit explores the concept.
Wellington bar owners breathe easier as police are denied Sydney-style one-way door policy.
Not one, but two students are set to fly to Korea in late October to meet Korean concept designers with Sir Richard Taylor.
Two visually-impaired athletes prove their disability is no barrier to taking on a gruelling multisport event.
Steve Logan and staff will sleep rough on October 7 to raise money for the homeless.
Brewery owner Peter Leniston is moving to a bigger premises thanks to a growth in business.
Director Micah Steller is currently directing a feature film in Wellington about the behind-the-scenes life of comedians.
The El Masri family, from Syria, have been gifted bikes to support them in their adjustment to their New Zealand community.
The 65-piece NZ Air Force Band will be presenting some theatrical and quirky tunes in Wellington next month.
Can a high school serve up a five course dinner worth the $75 ticket price?
SalientFM's new radio show Maori Matters has topped records and is getting an average 1000 listeners per show.
Musician Eva Prowse has released her sophomore solo album - inspired by the awkwardness of growing up in the 1980s and 90s.
Reggae band Tomorrow People will play at Homegrown 2017 on the Dub & Roots stage.
Wellington's Annabel Wilson has won an inaugural prize for emerging writers, edging her closer towards her dream of being a full-time author.
When buying a cup of coffee isn't enough to lift your mood, a product that adds motivational quotes to the cups will do it for you.
Wellington student is selling some of her beloved paintings to raise funds for victims of human trafficking.
It was the first time Arabella Layton had cooked her egg-cellent winning dish.
Hangis have just become easier to organise, with Wellington City Council's kai cooker initiative that promotes shared eating through community hangis.
Former Black Caps offspinner poised to be named English county cricket MVP.
Wellington entrepreneur James Bushell shares his favourite local haunts.
Four Hutt Valley High School students are putting shoes on feet with their new charity, rehoming unloved shoes to people in need.
Izzy, the tui above Victoria and Ghuznee streets in Wellington, actually took flight today.