A statutory manager has been appointed at Wainuiomata High School.
A photographer has turned his camera on the personalities of Petone's Jackson St.
Hutt parks will double as places to play and pick fruit in the future.
Six Kiwi artists - all but one of them from Wellington - are heading to the World Art Games in Slovakia.
A high-tech speed camera next to the old Griffins factory proves lucrative for the Government.
Agreeing on a new name for the Taita Sports and Community Centre is proving difficult for the Hutt City Council council.
A Stokes Valley woman was fined $200 fine after failing to help police identify stolen number plates.
Home cooks selling everything from chow mein to chop suey through social media may soon face hefty fines.
Concerns that a pedestrian could end up under a bus is driving plans for a new stop to help ease congestion in the Hutt City centre. .
A food company marked the 500,000th loaf of free bread delivered to Salvation Army food banks with a celebration in Lower Hutt.
An 11-year-old raises $3600 for a disabled baby by getting to school as many ways as possible.
Police have seized $470,000 worth of properties and vehicles linked to a drug operation in Wainuiomata.
For singer Brooke Fraser touring late in pregnancy presented a different set of problems and opportunities.
The Hutt Valley District Health Board is onto its third chief executive in three months.
Wainuiomata offers affordable housing close to Wellington City, so why not move there!
Young Hutt Valley musicians have scooped almost every major award at the regional Rockquest finals.
A Petone shopkeeper says he couldn't believe it when police called him to return expensive stolen property.
A man crushed by a car at his desk has failed to get more compensation after being sacked during recovery.
Milk thieves are pinching hundreds of bottles from a former Wellington rugby star's milk delivery trucks.
Cafe helping the deaf re-opens after flood.
Hutt Valley train services, suspended after a truck hit a bridge, have started again.
Crime-spotting cameras once at the heart of concerns about illegal prying into Lower Hutt bedrooms have been censored.
A young man met a boy on Facebook, bought him booze then reached into his pants as he slept.
Changes to students loans could results in medical students putting their studies on hold.
Sustainable and ethical outfits were paraded on the runway last Saturday in the finale of the third annual New Zealand Eco Fashion Week.
The Hutt Valley District Health Board is bracing for its worst deficit in five years.
Pomare School principal Chris Worsley leaving after 17 years,
For Joe McMenamin art is not a lonely practice and one-way conversation.
Pencarrow Lodge owner Mike Curtis farewelled at his beloved lodge.
Naenae College has pulled the plug on its first fifteen rugby team.