Mass arrest of student protesters at Parliament in 1997 sparked a victory for civil rights.
Towers release debut single Suede & Leather Dreams.
Mass dance to open NZ Festival
Lower Hutt has re-gained a popular tourist attraction with a move by Stansborough Fibres into bigger Petone premises.
The glitz and glam is coming to Old St Paul's Cathedra for Wellington's first burlesque ball in a church.
Wellington's Civic Square will host the five alternative flag designs from Monday.
Kiwi pub crowds loved an Irish/Maori musical collaboration last year but the Wellington stop on Motu:Oileain's return tour will be a different kind of venue - a church.
Bookmakers, half gallon jars and scraps are just a few memories George McLennan has of the Naenae Hotel.
In the tank of a Chinese restaurant a blue cod and a crayfish wait to be "chosen".
Police catch man trying to climb the same crane Jamie Gibbon died jumping from in March.
New Zealand's involvement in the Vietnam War sparked widespread condemnation across the country.
Museum St, a small street off Bowen St, now houses only the New Zealand Parliament buildings, but was once the home of early Wellington's pioneering spirit.
Shapeshifter hit the road again, just in time for summer.
One local firefighter and two Whitireia paramedic students are preparing to fly to Nepal to better equip medics with disaster relief and triage skills.
Matauranga School was a pioneer of alternative education, despite its unruly reputation
A live video feed is giving people an intimate peek into the life of a family of kaka.
By 1998 North Island consumers had soured to the taste of milk in glass bottles
Following sell-out performances at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, The Bookbinder is back in Wellington.
More than 200 Wellingtonians will take to the street on Friday for World Homeless Day.
Family denied entry over confusing pram rules at Great War Exhibition
WoW is helping boost Wellington's growing tourism market while fitting in with the capital's creative scene.
It's surf 'n turf, it's hooves 'n hacks, it's the Castlepoint races.
Life is a cabaret over at Kids' Reserve Childcare Centre, where family and staff loyalty has saved the popular centre from folding.
Boat Cafe's Saffron Seafood Chowder
The first Kiwi women police officer wore gloves and couldn't arrest anyone.
This is why a four-year-old Bernese mountain dog has done his breed proud.
Animals blessed at Wellington Cathedral as part of spring celebration.
Wellington turned on a stunner Saturday for the season's first cruise passengers.
Indoor stand up paddleboard yoga kicks off in Wellington.
Wellington musician Thomas Oliver has teamed up with Weta Workshop for his latest music clip.