Taita rugby re-union planned for June.
Your laughter can build a school for displaced migrant children in Myanmar at charity comedy gala.
Stokes Valley youth "wide eyed and bushy tailed" for work.
Foxton's out-of-action windmill is turning 14, and this year's party could get it working again.
Bernie memorial idea gets mayoral blessing.
The boozing is so bad in central Wellington, two streets may need closing at weekends.
Lashings of gin, rivers of wine and heaps of cheese are all the rage this season.
You'll find a friendly vibe and top-notch teriyaki sauce at this popular Japanese spot.
One of the world's oldest styles of alcohol is offering a taste of something new.
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.
Do you want to know how well-bred you are? Then open your fridge.
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.
Reflecting on mortality and the military, are civilian art appetites too soft?
Bernie the beloved shop dog may get a memorial, and the Wellington mayor is open to the idea.
New Wellington cafe's $2.50 offer may be great for customers, but what about growers?
Cuba St store will have two live performances to mark International Record Store Day.
Archaeologist excited by Petone rubbish dump.
Watch this space for rising dance star, 13-year-old Wellington ballerina Macy Cook.
Bernie the bernese, a favourite on Wellington's Oriental Parade, dies.
A locally sourced selection of dishes at the new restaurant within the refurbished Grand Mercure Wellington.
The five-day long celebration is back in the capital.
Anna Cottrell is on a mission to tell the stories of out lesser-known World War I heroes.
Portrait buyer intends to build a gallery around his latest purchase.
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.
Ex-gang leader Simon Kerr spent 18 years behind bars for breaking into ATMs. Now he's an artist.