Wellington's world-class Broadcasting House radio studio met a grim end - first bowled, then burned.
Give him the blueprint and he'll stitch it in to the real world.
The newspaper sport of ferry-bashing was invented in 1962 when the interislander Aramoana was plagued with problems.
Young lawyers are serving up a theatrical treat to die for.
Glenn Reddiex researches history by collecting postcards, especially World War I postcards.
Music, comedy, art and sports. Here's what's on this week.
A Porirua family were given only half an hour's warning of a very important visitor.
Footnote Dance celebrates its anniversary with a world premiere show.
Chef Shepherd Elliott strives to have no waste in the kitchen.
Winning a national culinary challenge could see Porirua pair head to international competition.
He knew it was a good idea to share food. He didn't know nearly 700 people would agree in just two months.
Politicians, Maori chiefs and an illegal printing press. This street has seen it all.
The choir is celebrating its 10 years of existence with a birthday concert.
Wellington Anglicans could not wait for a cathedral roof before holding a sermon.
Where do you go to feel inspired?
With a "Piss Off: We're Closed" sign in the window and a surly-looking cartoon racoon face stencilled on the door, Hataitai's Coolsville Trading Post offers up the blend of kitsch and kiwi congeniality that a Wellington eatery needs.
Thorndon's Sacred Heart Convent School has never had a reunion, until now.
The capital's waterfront has been heaving with people for the fourth Wellington Lux Festival.
Naoyuki Yanagihara is bringing the taste of Japan to the world, starting with New Zealand.
High rollers and the lowliest citizens of Wellington found rest side by side at Karori Cemetery.
Victoria University students hope to take back title of best automated robot at international competition.
An eccentric Tawa frontiersman became the world expert on Maori culture.
A wife unable to divorce her murderous husband strengthened the case for law reform in 1886.
Two Wellington artists are bringing the historic Hannahs shoe factory back into the light with their shoelace-like installation.
Wellington on a Plate is not all tablecloths and silver.
This year's festival was great, but some serious issues remain.
Student Tessa Paaymans has been invited to exhibit at one of the world's top fashion shows.
Knit one, purl two… Bess Manson has a yarn with a Wellington Stitch‘n'Bitch brigade.
Wellington's fire service has come a long way from buckets of water beside each resident's bed.