Toddler's service marked with party parents never got to throw for him.
Cheeky, adventurous 18-month-old Remy Wiffen was adored by everyone, his family says.
An army of rail passengers have saved their own train service.
Horowhenua-Kapiti rugby players are hoping to win the shield off Hawke's Bay this month.
Warning over driftwood as logs towed away by the tractorload
Shannon singer prepares for concert with national choir.
Kapiti's council faces an estimated bill of about $800,000 for two major floods in the space of a month.
Slips continue in Horowhenua after month's worth of rain in two days.
Clean-up begins after second flood in a month for Kapiti.
You don't forget how to ride a bike, but Sean must learn to pedal with a backwards leg.
An 11-hour trip home because of flooding was not enough to dampen the spirits of the Manawatu Smokefreerockquest winner.
A fight involving a knife, machete and spear gun has led to serious charges against three teens.
About 100 homes could remain inaccessible until next week in Whanganui.
Parks closed as rivers rise in Kapiti.
Kapiti urged to be prepared, with heavy rain expected.
Oil spill raises questions about nearby mining and refining operations, says Frack Free.
Rose Biddiscombe has proved herself the world's best ITF junior taekwon-do fighter.
Move to send lines under town gets council support.
A theft from a Paraparaumu Beach Market stallholder may have been pre-planned.
The only pub in Waikanae could be sold for train station parking, and could mean 40 lost jobs.
Kapiti musicians Legal Tender scored four Golden Guitars on their first time playing in the competition.
No obvious signs of distress or injury as whale is pronounced dead.
The "great white horse" of democracy has bolted for Kapiti.
A Levin family woke to a wall of flames and exploding windows, after a suspected arson destroyed their garage.
Turkish embassy launches national RSA tour to bring new perspective on Gallipoli to the grassroots.
Matariki is an event that annually piques interest in things Maori.
Supporters of the Capital Connection are upbeat after a funding backflip from the regional council.
Her letter never caught up with her, but in the end Sarah Delahunty found out about her Queen's Birthday Honour when she got the phone call from the office of the Prime Minister.
When Napier McFedries moved to Otaki he didn't like the sea - but joining the surf lifesaving club soon fixed that.
Nigel Ngahiwi is humble about the 15 years he has spent on the board of Kapo Maori, the health and disability service for blind Maori, and honoured to be named a Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit in the Queen's Birthday Honours.