Kids who started life in te reo share thoughts in language week.
Trail no democracy as art and crafters revolt.
Charity box in memory of Kapiti businessman who died from cancer stolen from his widow.
A man used rubbish gloves and an icecream container to "bail out" sludge from a Kapiti stream.
Rob Ayley's Wellington family will grow sunflowers from the Ukranian plane crash site.
Quad bike riders were able to get police to the scene when a 4WD rolled 20m into a stream.
Dozens of lovers pucker up in Wellington, to turn their French kisses American to recreate iconic photo.
Nancy Sibbald, 89, wants to meet the "wonderful" stranger who paid for her groceries.
Schoolboy's speech encouraging respect for Te Reo has had more than 130,000 views on YouTube, and attracted international attention.
Council told to "keep quiet" about speeding glitch so that NZ wouldn't become boy-racer heaven.
A group of protesters want drivers to keep the footpath outside Raumati Beach School safe for children.
Work has begun on a new cycleway to connect Paekakariki and Raumati South.
Kapiti's only World of Wearable Arts finalist Rebecca Bond says this year she promised herself she'd just submit a simple entry, but the bug got to her.
Sam Gard'ner dreams of playing professional rugby, but whatever his future holds, he's unlikely to forget scoring a try for the amateurs in a Ranfurly Shield challenge.
Offers pour in to re-home a lovable steer after owner takes bull by the horns.
Half a tonne of steer could be all yours - so long as you don't take him to the works.
Kapiti takes three wins from regional cross country champs.
A suspicious fire on a major arterial route through Kapiti threatened the airport control tower, before fire fighters put it out.
SPCA says there's little they can do for a "really tired" baby seal found 5km inland.
Digger driver, who once scooped a flood victim to safety, helped clear a rock slip to reach houses north of Wellington.
Horowhenua-Kapiti push Hawke's Bay all the way in Ranfurly Shield challenge.
Dun Mihaka has fights on in court, over his reaction to a neighbour's attempt to wake him.
Peter lived at the store from age seven, after his father bought it off the Scarf family in 1952.
A week after fire gutted the historic Red House Cafe, its owners are left unsure of the future.
The end is in sight for road works stretching kilometres along State Highway 1 in Horowhenua.
Kapiti's mayor suggests dumping councillor as arts funds gather dust instead of being spent.
Kapiti's council is refusing to release information on four complaints against elected members.
Horowhenua-Kapiti were robbed during their last Ranfurly Shield challenge. It's a fact sitting in a police file.
A penguin far from home achieved fame in Wellington during its 10-week convalescence.
Train passengers were gifted luxury and style when Wellington Railway Station was built in 1937.