Beervana showcases better than any other festival how craft beer has well and truly moved on from faddism.
Paraparaumu School are starting a bilingual te reo Maori primary school class, in a bid to revitalise the language in the district.
Real estate agents are 'desperate' for houses as sales jump by 44 per cent.
A revamp since new owners took over last year has seen patronage figures rise.
Access to Otaki Forks - and to one couple's home - is open again, after about seven months.
A "fairytale" site for a children's health camp hits legal hurdles and opposition from Paraparaumu neighbours.
A new team has rolled into town and taken out the North Island wheelchair basketball title.
No Te Takere services will be cut as a result of the change.
A man has suffered minor injuries after being shot with an air rifle in Levin.
More open space and laneways could be the future of the town at the heart of Horowhenua.
An man injured while horseriding has been airlifted to hospital.
Construction has started on the replacement classrooms for those destroyed by arson in 2014.
A career of pigs, alpacas, dogs and cats: Kapiti SPCA veterinary team call it a day.
The three modules that make up a house in Levin have been dropped into place by crane.
Amateur historians have begun to uncover the 'hidden' history of prison camps at Shannon, where conscientious objectors were detained during WWII.
Four surviving kittens have been taken to Wellington for monitoring after being dumped.
A Levin butcher has cut and carved his way to the regional apprentice of the year title, and a national grand final.
Labour, Greens, ACT spat on Hutt City Council.
Foxton's sand dunes may get cut down in size after complaints they're blocking the beach view from the carpark.
A Levin author is hoping to pitch her second major novel at the country's largest writers' conference later this year.
Wainuiomata sports clubs disagree over sporting hub.
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.
Waikanae avoided a potential banana skin with an entertaining 38-36 win over Toa in Saturday's Horowhenua-Kapiti club rugby.
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.
Ashleigh was walking home from work when a neighbour's dog latched on to her arm, and "rag-dolled" her around.
New World Levin checkout operators have filled two spots on the podium at the Foodstuffs North Island Checker of the Year awards in Palmerston North.
Kapiti's expressway is more than a third sealed and rapidly closing in on a Christmas opening.
Horowhenua College teacher censured over behaviour on sports trip in Australia.