A StudyLink worker stole student financial support payments to fund his gambling addiction.
Epuni Primary pupils are buzzing about a new outdoor education opportunity.
Dai Henwood's return to the Hutt Valley stomping ground of his early years has proved a success.
It was inevitable that one group of submitters was going to leave Monday night's extraordinary Hutt City Council meeting unhappy.
A retail and office development on a prime Petone site will involve hundreds of jobs.
A man injured in a truck crash says Wellington Hospital staff ignored his head injury.
A slice of Wellington's fire service history could be about to go up in smoke.
Upper Hutt’s controversial fantail statue at Upper Hutt's southern entrance is taking shape.
A plumber hunted down an alleged thief and captured his ''confession'' on video.
The sacking of a local mechanic was linked by his boss to a drop in WoF inspections but it was still ruled unjustified.
Being diagnosed with breast cancer came as a huge shock for Leanne Collins.
An abuse survivor needs help publishing her autobiography.
Prime Minister John Key does not favour tax breaks for those with private health insurance.
Persuading fellow IT professionals into the boxing ring has put Mike Dawes in the running for a national fundraiser award.
Dowse director expects to gather a lot of ideas from three-week tour of galleries and museums in the USA.
Saturday's Wellington boxing championship bout was just the workout Keegan O'Kane-Jones needed on the eve of the Youth Commonwealth Games.
Lower Hutt is proposing adding more dog exercise areas but adding restrictions in others.
A classroom of year 10 students at Taita College who delved into the Walter Nash/Te Mako name debate learned lessons about surveying, statistics, and culture.
A Wellington jury has found a Fijian pastor guilty on three of seven charges of sexual offending charges.
Hutt councillors want the Taita community centre name argument settled once and for all on Monday.
Not another sausage sizzle or gala......Our Lady of the Rosary School is trying something completely different as a fundraiser.
Toni Toka has represented New Zealand in three highly divergent sports –softball, darts and sumo.
Persistence with complaints to council's Noise Control section appears to be the key to getting action.
Lawyers make closing statements in the trial of pastor accused of sex abuse on underage girls.
White bread and cereals get blame for childhood obesity in new study.
Sex offender who allegedly escaped electronic monitoring will face another charge.
Wellington pastor was not present when alleged offences happened, he tells court.
Public coming out in support on getting on with Hutt flood protection work.
Hot chocolate with a butterscotch twist has taken out the inaugural Sweet As Hutt Hot Chocolate Challenge.