An Otaki resident has not let a serious spinal injury take away his love for the water.
A Levin author is hoping to pitch her second major novel at the country's largest writers' conference later this year.
A facility combining the Waikanae Public Library and Mahara Gallery is a step closer to becoming reality.
No further action will be taken against Kapiti councillor Michael Scott, after he was found to have breached council's code of conduct last week.
Kapiti man calls out mental health services after advocacy service appears to be stopped, then resurrected.
Australian company to take over Kapiti cinema.
Wife furious, but Wellington Hospital says 76-year-old refused taxi and shuttle offers.
Grandson left with virtually nothing after uncle spends war veteran's fortune on cars, cruises.
A quad bike user was rescued after breaking his leg in a farm accident north of Wellington.
Three recently added Auckland flights will be axed from August.
"This is just despicable ... It's not the New Zealand way," says lawyer of Housing NZ home.
Several unsuccessful attempts were made to lead a horse from an Otaki River beach the day before she became stranded by rising waters.
After 15 years at the same club and four premier titles, Ashley Drake is still racking up club rugby milestones.
Stuart Campbell, 45, is wanted by police on domestic violence matters.
Two men have been charged with burglary after an incident at Otaki's Amazon store this morning.
Flying horse takes first steps after flash flood ordeal.
Kapiti's expressway is more than a third sealed and rapidly closing in on a Christmas opening.
Bridget McLaren is one of the country top volunteers, thanks in part to her dog Goldie.
Back home the sun was shining but it was winter - deadly, cold, and wet - for US Navy men off the coast of Kapiti.
Horowhenua College teacher censured over behaviour on sports trip in Australia.
Highway cleared in Horowhenua, but slips remain on the Rimutaka Hill Road.
Dozens braved soggy conditions at this year's Plimmerton midwinter dip.
Plans for a transport super-authority delayed, as region "can't get on the same page".
A woman who watched murderer Eric McIsaac grow up says he was a victim of violence too.
"Unfinished business" is the reason behind Kapiti Mayor Ross Church's decision to run for the seat again.
A horse, trapped by rising river levels, has been airlifted to safety.
An Otaki resident says faulty warning lights on the State Highway 1 river bridge are putting her off crossing it.
Supporters of Levin's Te Takere say they will continue supporting it despite the decision to change the administrator of its services.
Manakau business owners say road works and new road islands mean less customers are stopping to use their services.
Billy T Award winner Ben Hurley is heading to Levin for a gig later this month.