Hutt News

Good-sort still a mystery

The Chaston children, from left, Savannah, 4, Deegan, 2, Dantae, 7, and up front stacking cans from the mystery food box is Logan, 2, with Kirsty Crane and Kevin Chaston.

A mysterious good-sort has been delivering food parcels to families needing a bit of help.

Hutt town hall costs rise again

The horticultural hall (left, in this 2013 photo), has already been bowled to make way for a new events centre.  The town hall and clock tower will stay, but costs to upgrade and earthquake strengthen them are rising.

The cost of the Hutt City Council's upgraded Town Hall and new events centre continues to rise.

The Wellingtonian

What makes Wellington readers tick?

Wellington Libraries and community spaces manager John Stears says the recent popular books have been about politics and food.

What do Wellingtonians love reading? Crime, food and politics.

Erasing red ink health chief’s priority

Debbie Chin has been appointed chief executive of Capital and Coast District Health Board,

Debbie Chin is close to balancing Capital and Coast District Health Board’s book but says it hasn’t been at the expense of patients’ care.

Wairarapa News

DHB staff not taking leave

Wairarapa Hospital Masterton Hospital A&E Accident and Emergency DHB Ambulance

For many of Wairarapa health board's 500 staff it is a case of all work and no play.

Sculpture to take pride of place

An artist's impression of Neil Dawson's sculpture, Ascension, planned for the northern entrance to Masterton.

A ten metre high sculpture, suspended five metres above the ground is to be installed at the northern end of Masterton.

Kapi-Mana News

Chasing ghost in post-apocalyptic Wellington

Writer Hamish Clayton, whose second novel, The Pale North, is set in an earthquake-ravaged Wellington.

Hamish Clayton's second novel is a romantic ghost story set against the backdrop of an earthquake-devastated capital city.

Kids go on crime spree

26052015 NEWS Charlotte Curd/Fairfax NZ. Generic picture of New Plymouth Police Station. police

Children as young as nine are behind a spate of crimes in suburban Porirua.

Upper Hutt Leader

Good-sort still a mystery

The Chaston children, from left, Savannah, 4, Deegan, 2, Dantae, 7, and up front stacking cans from the mystery food box is Logan, 2, with Kirsty Crane and Kevin Chaston.

A mysterious good-sort has been delivering food parcels to families needing a bit of help.

Work and travel made easy

Nathan Rose can travel while he works.

It's never been easier to work when you want, where you want, and one Kiwi is living the dream.

Kapiti Observer

Kura kids share thoughts on language week video

Te Rito kura students, from left, Mangaia Pasene-Hughes, Iriaka Pasene-Grennell, Marara Metekingi, Manihera Tehei and Niwareka Kiriona.

Kids who started life in te reo share thoughts in language week.

Art trail price hike slammed

Kapiti artist Anne Bellamy with one of her watercolours.

Trail no democracy as art and crafters revolt.

Horowhenua Mail

Dancing with the death penalty wins Stage Challenge prize

Horowhenua College students had something very right with their Stage Challenge production of Dead Wrong, which topped entries from throughout the country for concept.

Teens exploring the death penalty debate through a creative stage production have won a national prize.

Kura kids share thoughts on language week video

Te Rito kura students, from left, Mangaia Pasene-Hughes, Iriaka Pasene-Grennell, Marara Metekingi, Manihera Tehei and Niwareka Kiriona.

Kids who started life in te reo share thoughts in language week.

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