For the first time in 16 years, the Paraparaumu Beach Golf Club have won the Otaki Cup interclub competition.
Taekwando athlete Rose Biddiscombe has been rewarded for a stellar year with the top gong at the Kapiti Sportsperson of the Year Awards.
An icon of feminist art is the inspiration for a new dance show to be performed by dancers from Kapiti and Wellington.
Three Raumati Raptors swimmers face lengthy drives each way for training, but are not letting it get in the way of competing for the club.
Horowhenua farmers have implored Horizons Regional Council against $235,000 of flood work.
Levin is now home to the "most amazing mural in New Zealand".
A group of Kapiti veterans have been awarded France's highest award for military service, the Legion of Honour.
Kapiti's water meter scheme will be targeted by the region's former Mayor should she win election to council later this year.
A trans-Tasman romance has resulted in a prize winning partnership, for a competitive dog show couple.
An unexpected win for two Kapiti Judo Club coaches highlighted a successful weekend for the club at the Wellington Area Open Championships.
A young Kapiti College duo's sign language performance at the regional Shakespeare Festival has received wide praise for the connection it created with the audience, and between its two leads.
Candidates on the Kapiti voting papers for this year's local body elections will be listed in alphabetical order, despite councillor opposition.
The man arrested after Delia Williams died has been charged with murder.
A residents' association representative plans to knock a hole in a fence to protest on land they want returned to public use.
A Kapiti Coast District Council paper to name the path alongside Wharemauku Stream after councillor Diane Ammundsen has been returned to them for further consideration.
A man involved with several Kapiti clubs will be fondly remembered for his love for classic cars.
The creativity of young thespians in Horowhenua and Kapiti has been applauded after the regional Shakespeare Festival was held recently.
Soldiers from the 21st Supply Company will be gardening and painting in Foxton today in the lead-up to Anzac Day services.
Levin Athletic hooker Khesanh Tafeamaalii is at home and walking after suffering a neck injury in his team's defeat to Paraparaumu over the weekend.
Fire crews have been called to a second car fire in two days.
Even after death Marie Williams is helping the community, and helping connect readers with great stories, through her passion for books.
Wellington's first home built to the passive house energy efficiency standard is complete and ready for visitors.
Paint is hitting the wall for Levin's new 300-square-metre mural.
A Kapiti sculptor, relocated from France and now living in the town, will be one of the headliners at this weekend's Paekakariki Art Show.
Paraparaumu-based youngster Emmerson Kavakura has had his all-round athletic talents recognised by the Kapiti Lions Club.
Further construction on the Waikanae River bridge on the Mackays to Peka Peka Expressway will see the river's northern path closed later this month.
Police are increasing the search for Palmiro George MacDonald a missing gang member from Levin.
Otaki bookstore will now be owned and run by Arohanui Hospice, thanks to lasting legacy.
Work to install new panels on the Coastlands Aquatic Centre hydroslide's stairwell has begun.
The Kapiti Coast District Council is urging the public to watch their pets near Paraparaumu waterways after a second instance of toxic algae was discovered.