Your laughter can build a school for displaced migrant children in Myanmar at charity comedy gala.
Foxton's out-of-action windmill is turning 14, and this year's party could get it working again.
Wellingtonians are being invited on "a cultural safari" when the Africa Film Festival hits the capital in May.
Tyrone the puppet has a big smile, but don't let that fool you - he doesn't belong on Sesame St.
Dyslexic Dominic Hoey learned to write at eight years old - now the published author and poet is teaching writing courses.
A new cycle of the New Zealand Secondary Students Choir has begun, with a week-long camp in Wellington.
Kapiti artist lends drawing talent to Michael Peryer's children's book about a fur seal.
Darth Vader and Jedi summoned as Wellington Brass Band chases fifth national title.
Cuba St store will have two live performances to mark International Record Store Day.
Anna Cottrell is on a mission to tell the stories of out lesser-known World War I heroes.
Julianna Barber has organised a charity event as part of her school curriculum.
Project Glow Wear is a competition aiming to create fashionable and affordable reflective safety wear.
During a run in 2015, Susan O'Brien got lost in the bush - but that's only made her a stronger, more determined athlete.
It may be an online activity, but the aim of Wild Eyes is to get kids off their screens and outside.
Coding LED lighting configurations is all in a school-days work for dozens of young Wellingtonians.
A pioneer hairdresser in Upper Hutt, Yvonee Hamlin has called it a day.
Wellington doctor Matt Webber has just completed the Tour of New Zealand cycling race to raise funds for the Heart Foundation.
The BeatGirls have performed all over the world, and a new show at Circa is retracing their steps.
The archway and welcome mat will appear in Otaki next month.
Eight-year-old twins Amelie and Finn Barker create a modern take on naughts and crosses now available from app stores.
There's not a lot of snow in Petone, but that hasn't stopped Rebecca Heath returning from the winter Special Olympics with two medals.
The recent furore over rape culture in schools has inspired Stella Atkinson to make a documentary.
For the second year in a row, Whittaker's has chosen saving our iconic native bird as its large charitable activity.
Anton and Elian Pagalilawan's Olympic dreams helped thanks to Karate New Zealand deal with Okinawa
A weekly free exercise session is growing in popularity with a burgeoning number of Wellingtonians dedicating Saturday mornings to fitness.
Whip out your black and yellow: the Hurricanes, Phoenix and Pulse all play in Wellington April 7-9.
A "conservative estimate" shows Little Sprouts has gifted more than $1 million worth of baby items to families in need.
Impressive offerings for Upper Hutt festival
CQ Hotels Wellington general manager Olivier Lacoua is about to tick off his 77th marathon, but this one's 250km - and in the desert.