The NZ Art Show runs over Queens Birthday Weekend in Wellington. Find out more about some of the Wellington artists.
SoundsWell, a Wellington singing group, is bettering the lives of people with neurological conditions.
Wellington's The Chippery stores serve fish n' chips in a box instead of paper, and they even deliver to your door.
Do young Wellingtonians have what it takes to determine if a movie is appropriate for people their age and younger to be watching?
Miri Schroeter waited six hours for her five seconds of fame.
Conscious consumerism is leading people towards buying fair trade and considering working conditions and treatment of overseas workers, Luke Owen Smith believes.
For Russell Silverwood, cycling around inner-city Wellington for five hours a day delivering anything from chocolate to couches is all in a day's work.
Kate Meads, a mother and environmental advocate, travels around New Zealand showing people how to live more sustainably while raising children.
Wellington gets involved in Fair Trade Fortnight, teaching people about the benefits of fair trade both locally and globally.
Lady Susan Satyanand recently hosted a Hospice Cuppa event, raising money for the Mary Potter Hospice.
Maeve Jones and Rachael Caughley spent a grand total of $0 on a potluck dinner they hosted last Saturday.
Myele Manzanza has music in his blood, as does his father and the rest of his family.
Influence from the works of previous Karori residents Katherine Mansfield and E. Mervyn Taylor contributed to the suburb's newest mural.
Some of New Zealand's national treasures are coming together to share knowledge at this year's Featherston Booktown event.
Here's a guide to the Wellington Food Show, including the must-sees, gift ideas, and ways to help out local charities.
How an unpaid library fine led Zoe-Rose Herbert to inclusion in a documentary film festival.
An exhibition coming up at Expressions Whirinaki Arts & Entertainment Centre will highlight 50 heroes from Upper Hutt's history books.
Former artistic director for creatures, armour and weapons at Weta Workshop Kayne Horsham has created plastic-based chain mail, stronger and lighter than standard mail.
The Bresolin Brothers share their favourite local haunts.
Daughters, mothers, and grandmothers will run or walk five kilometres to raise money for the Heart Foundation.
Michael Brosowski says witnessing a child experience real care for the first time is "the most powerful thing you can see".
The McIntyre sisters are showing that you can enjoy sweet treats without eating overly-processed foods.
Te Papa hosts free dance workshops and performances for Wellingtonians to learn more about global dance culture.
From starting out as a tween to playing for the Saints, Dion Prewster has a clue about basketball.
Rosie Cann's NZ International Comedy Festival show, Chapstick, doesn't hold back.
Mr Foureyes Foundation and Karori Lions Club are working together to improve the sight of Wellington children and Pacific Islanders.
Space Place celebrates May the Fourth with an improvised show in which the audience helps solve a murder mystery involving the death of a Star Wars character.
Guy Montgomery discusses his university years in Wellington and why he has created a Christmas-inspired comedy show.
Counsellor Paul Jacobson helps young men by combining traditional therapy with surfing the waves.
The One Percent Collective has launched a second issue of The Generosity Journal to reignite conversation about and inspire generosity.