Indoor stand up paddleboard yoga kicks off in Wellington.
St Gerard's Church and Monastery opened its doors for tours in April this year, and Wellingtonians are encouraged to come and have a look.
Wellington Brass Band is fundraising for an international competition with Oktoberfest: The Bavarian Showdown.
When he dives beneath the ocean's surface he's looking to come face-to-face with its scariest inhabitants.
Lower Hutt Riverbank carpark is set to host four drive-in movies, for Back to the Future and Halloween fans.
Former Massey fashion student proves Wellington knows fashion by winning national student design awards.
Wellington solicitor passed the Bar wearing an old wig, which he later discovered belonged to his great-grandfather.
Australian designer and WOW entrant Svenja is getting married in Wellington today.
Mojo Coffee and World Vision have partnered up to support Vanuatu after Cyclone Pam destroyed coffee bean crops.
The Old Bank Arcade will soon sell gear such as corsets and ray-guns in new Clockwork Steampunk Emporium store.
Fix and Fogg were a finalist in the New Zealand Food Awards, thanks to their spicy peanut butter recipe.
Wellington International Airport has welcomed a new six-legged biosecurity team.
Trentham School and Whitby's Discovery School have passed the first hurdle in an application for a school makeover.
Amy Leigh-Wicks loves living in Plimmerton and has written several poems based on her new home.
Eleven Victoria University TEAR Fund interns are living on $2.25 a day this week.
National and international puppeteers will perform at the ‘Out of the Suitcase’ festival in Island Bay in October.
Upper Hutt doctor Peter Gillies has revealed himself as a great-great-great-nephew of renowned poet Edward Lear.
Wellington artist Stuart McLachlan is about to reveal his work for the first time in 20 years.
Donning crazy shirts and giving money will help hearing-impaired children like Olivia Owen.
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Calling all submissions for the Wellington of the Year awards.
Light festival artwork is turned to practical use for city's children in need.
The famous kakapo will head home on Monday, and won't be in Wellington again for at least a year.
The WOW experience isn’t complete without a little shopping and Wellington’s retailers are ready for the rush.
The winning WOW factor at Donghua University is attracting many students.
Victoria University's focus on wearable technology is inspiring young designers to enter WOW and two groups of students have had their garments selected for this year's competition.
Every WOW entry is a mix of art and engineering for the Wilson family.
Student Tess Tavener Hanks is returning to WOW after last-year’s award for her beautiful baroque creation.
A happy coincidence has seen Hawaii become the first stop in a major international tour for some of WOW’s top garments.
Last year, WOW asked Mike Mizrahi and Marie Adams to review the WOW Awards Show with blunt honesty. Now the world-class creative duo is in charge of the show.