Pasifika wardens will be out and about in Porirua this year.
A Paraparaumu couple living next to the construction of the Mackays to Peka Peka (M2pp) Expressway is stuck in a house they are unable to sell.
Lane markings switching Poplar Ave to its new configuration were completed last weekend after being delayed by rain.
It's been an unconventional journey, but one artist is confident she is on the right path heading into her first Kapiti Arts Trail.
A Paraparaumu house was badly damaged by a fire early on Monday.
A family recovering from injuries received when their car collided with a truck are unhappy they were left with only two hours home help in two weeks.
Paekakariki Community Board members want a definitive policy after tickets were issued to motorists who parked on the Beach Rd median strip.
Members of the Raumati Station Action Group are asking for support of a fuller survey into a potential train station at Raumati.
The Paraparaumu Beach Tennis Club have signed New Zealand's fourth-ranked women's tennis player to add the polish to their premier 1 women's team.
Kapiti's first Food Truck Friday sold out in three hours – but they had to find a way around council food bylaws first.
A race which will see competitors pushed to their physical limits at a mystery location returns in November.
Colin John Hough was an accountant who supported the homeless.
You've heard of interpretive art, interpretive dance and even interpretive discussion. Now Sonic Delusion and Mike's Brewery are inviting Kapiti to taste what just may be the first ever interpretive beer.
Wheelchair-bound man killed after leaving platform at Paraparaumu.
Victim's mother concerned about lack of empathy from man who killed her son.
The man charged with murdering baby Gracie-May McSorley, of Raumati Beach, has appeared in court.
KiwiRail intends to recover its costs from the Capital Connection crash with a car at a private railway.
Otaki ward councillor Penny Gaylor has hit out at the district's incumbent on the regional council, as she seeks a new job at next year's local body elections.
As a child, Joseph Elieza grow up in extreme poverty. Now, he is touring New Zealand sharing his story.
A Kapiti-based author's novel suggests the internet could develop a mind of its own in the future.
Twelve years ago Alan Power had a heart transplant. Now, he is a gold medal winner for New Zealand.
Arthur Taylor, a frequent critic of prison conditions, wants to talk to the media.
Laid-off disability advocates keep up their fight, even though it's now for free.
Tulips were a reminder of war and starvation for Wellington's Dutch war refugees.
Jovan Burns tells of walking away from Te Horo train crash.
"He...wanted to kill us most of the time which is a good sign for these guys," vet says.
A signal fault that delayed multiple rail services in Wellington has been fixed.
Two brothers have minor injuries after Capital Connection hits car at private crossing.
Students at Levin's Waiopehu College are to get a state-of-the art learning support suite.
A Kapiti girl desperate to learn, but unable to hear her teacher clearly, has been donated a hearing aid and microphone by a local business.