Emergency workers prised the roof off a car to rescue a seriously injured man trapped inside, who came close to crashing into water off State Highway 1.
Aotea resident Joan Cuttriss has many concerns over the proposed changes at Aotea Pathology, such as where her blood tests will be done after October.
Thirty-five staff will lose their jobs when Porirua recycling depot Trash Palace closes later this month.
Porirua residents are facing a 4.8 per cent rates rise, if the city council's draft annual plan is given the green light.
The Salvation Army's decision to not become involved in buying state houses should be a wake-up call to the Government, Mana MP Kris Faafoi says.
Ben Tredrea is on a mission to make Titahi Bay more neighbourly.
They kicked up a stink, and now something is being done to reduce the odour from a Tawa landfill.
Jumping into Porirua harbour would be safer if there was a purpose-built diving platform, says one resident.
Marks on fences in Porirua have residents worried dogs are being staked out for a dog-fighting ring.
War-time lovers Ruth and Alf Adams are still enjoying married life after 73 years.
Izzy Ford is a big mover in latest survey of Porirua City councillors, second only to mayor Nick Leggett.
She couldn't go to the toilet alone. It took her a whole day to do a load of washing. But things are looking up for Pearl Freemantle.
At the end of WWI, with 18,000 Kiwis killed, NZ made the practical decision to leave the dead where they fell.
Porirua City Council has watered down its official submission on amalgamation.
Two women at Longview Home, Tawa, turn 101 and 104 this month. Times sure have changed since they were young.
Porirua City Council chief executive Gary Simpson, standing down in October, believes no one is irreplaceable.
Don't mention the words "speed camera" and "Whitford Brown" to Josie Campbell.
The Papadopoulos family have seen both sides of the state homes sell-off coin.
There's a stretch of Grays Rd in Camborne that one resident fearing for her life.
The foster father of a severely disabled man is relieved their home will not be sold by the government.
Holden an appropriate name for one's first-born? Or Falcon? What should be worn to set off ugg boots? Quirky chef Peta Mathis answers these and other important questions.
Foster father of a disabled man fears their lives will be torn apart if their home is sold.
There's something foul in the air in Tawa.
A Porirua soldier may have been the first member of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force killed on the Western Front.
Wellingtonian broke her leg on a large inflatable slide days before a similar accident in Christchurch.
An upgraded Cannons Creek Pool will be reopens this month.
Plimmerton's new domain has a black spot - a stinky stream that is making dogs sick.
Porirua's Canopies are down and the sun is streaming in, but people are still worried about the rain.
Weaver Kohai Grace is creating a taniwha to go on display at Porirua Aquatic Centre on Waitangi Day.
Soldiers' stories often start and end at railway stations, and Allan Dodson's own labour of love is no exception.