Comedian Andy Lee talks about AFL, meeting Hamish Blake, and Gap Year moments.
It was a bleak, chilly day when a memorial Kamal Ataturk was unveiled in Wellington 25 years ago.
OPINION: The lack of New Zealand beers to commemorate the Gallipoli anniversary is disappointing.
She has rescued circus animals, saved more dogs than you can throw a stick for and given mouth to beak resuscitation.
William Malone was hated by his men and despised by his superiors. He would become one of our greatest war heroes.
Capital Day looks at just some of the ways to commemorate the Anzacs this weekend.
Musician Nicole Andrews lists her favourite things in the capital.
Steve Wrigley talks about his year off, changing nappies and building block towers.
A former navy frigate was blown up spectacularly off Wellington's south coast in 2005 to create a world-class dive spot.
A boatload of war-stricken Polish orphans were welcomed to Wellington in 1944.
Wellington Girls' College students hyped for an Amazing Race-style challenge on the waterfront.
Create your perfect day with Lonely Planet's new mix-and-match guidebook series, Make My Day.
Chimpanzees saved their pocket money for war veterans ahead of Anzac Day, 1957.
Brave Paddy the Irish terrier bounced back from shell shock at Gallipoli and made it to the Western Front.
The St Kilda Aussie Rules team will be wearing a very special top in Wellington on Anzac Day.
Artist makes sweeping discoveries about Pacific Island soldiers who served in WW I.
New Zealand carpentry apprentices are being urged to show off their skills and talent in this year's Apprentice of the Year competition.
The celebrated flight over Cook Strait in 1920 was a blow to three pilots who planned to claim the record the next day.
A crowd of 100,000 crammed onto Courtenay Place in 2003 to see Lord of the Rings stars at the third film's world premiere.
Put on a blindfold, grab a paintbrush and be part of a new Wellington public artwork.
Glenmore St is filled with beauty today. But that wasn't always the case.
A Wellington nun became a moral crusader and thorn in the side of politicians for 25 years.
"I’m diggin’ the town, and I’m diggin' the comedy," says David Koechner.
Porirua had never seen the likes of it before: pop chameleon David Bowie landed on the marae one day in 1983.
Kiwis can't get enough of cabernets, merlots and malbecs from Hawke's Bay - here's some top picks.
Kiwi designer teams up with top French fragrance experts to release a trio of signature scents.
It's all a matter of give and take at the Petone Community Depot.
Craft breweries have paired with Wellington bars to celebrate the New Zealand hop harvest.
Redundant pound notes were burned after the transition to decimal currency on July 10, 1967.
A gruesome murder may be the reason why drivers toot in Wellington's Mt Victoria tunnel.