Lower Hutt's young seal pup is better behaved than one causing commotion up north.
A big scrummaging effort gave Hutt Old Boys Marist the momentum to beat Tawa 28-22 on Saturday.
An AIDS Foundation safe anal sex video guide has gone viral.
Two years ago, Hutt Valley residentd requiring a colonoscopy faced a very slowly moving queue. It's much better now.
Wainuiomata man Luke Tahurangi has won the 2014 CRA Apprentice of the Year, Golden Gun award.
Pupils from around New Zealand have gone high-tech as ‘drone rangers’.
Lest people forget, a former Hutt mayor has put together a set of DVDs featuring interviews with Hutt-based World War II veterans.
Hutt City Council staff and a protest group are stuck in a fight over the right to glue posters to public property.
Playing a murdered wife has netted Hutt actress Geraldine Brophy a shiny golden statue.
Paul Annear has the perfect job for a man who loves meeting new people.
Rugby and clichés often go together and the Avalon Petone encounter was the classic game of two halves.
For the first time in its more than 100-year history the Petone Rowing Club is sending a team to take part in the most prestigious rowing competition in the world.
All Black lock Jeremy Thrush took out the big prize at the 2015 Hutt City Sports Awards.
Tana Umaga looks like he could still be playing rugby. On Saturday May 16 he made a welcome return to Lower Hutt to launch the Dowse Sports Precinct.
Sport in Lower Hutt is set to change forever with three large developments well under way.
A Petone pub's 'bring your own music on Sunday evening' invitation has spun into an active vinyl record club.
Kokiri Seaview is still counting the cost of flooding from last Thursday's deluge but a marae spokesperson was proud of the way young and old pitched in to help.
A topic at a men's anti-violence hui in Wainuiomata is the potential for a male 'safe space', where they could take time out to re-gain control of themselves.
Pupils at a Hutt school have been learning how to prevent the spread of the flu, and adults should take heed.
A Wainuiomata student firm is selling camera gadgets made on a classroom 3D printer.
Many Lower Hutt streets have been turned into lakes as stormwater drains can't cope with the deluge.
'Walk so Joss Can' is a fund-raiser to help an Eastbourne boy get on his feet.
A new festival in June will showcase Lower Hutt's science and high-tech manufacturing credentials.
Plans to rejuvenate Stoke Valley premiere rugby are proving to be a tough challenge.
Brooklyn Wratt doesn't quite understand what it means when a video goes viral on social media. But that's alright, because the three-year-old Stokes Valley boy knows he's the star.
Sam Dewar grabbed a late goal to help Lower Hutt claim a 1-0 victory Upper Hutt in the Chatham Cup.
Phil Jensen has brought down the hammer on one of the most impressive careers in the history of New Zealand athletics.
Paascalino Schaller wants to start a revolution. A music video revolution.
The sight more than 25 years ago of hulking workmen reduced to "quaking jellies" by the prospect of having to re-enter a classroom had a lasting impact on Dr Linda Sissons.