A group of principals from western Porirua have formed a school cluster.
Porirua chief executive Gary Simpson has officially left his role.
Neighbours noticed a smell which led to the discovery of a body in state house in Porirua.
Amanda Rota wants disabled people to give waka ama a go.
Paekakariki Hill Road has reopened after being shut for a minor crash around 5.30pm Saturday.
Glen Magson is not one to boast but he is rather proud of his recent achievement.
Whitby is to get a new 60-bed aged care facility.
Wellington's theatrical community will gather on Sunday to remember and celebrate to life of actor Robbie Tripe.
Kayla Imrie is holding her head high after she and her K4 kayak crew qualified their boat for next year's Olympics.
Aotea residents want a new primary school, better street lighting and to get rid of traffic islands.
Residents are fed up with illegal parking outside a Tawa school during school drop-off times.
The three week trial of Paul Burr has begun in the High Court in Palmerston North
A trial of more radiotherapy for breast cancer patients has significantly extended the time women remain free of cancer.
There aren't too many words that stump Lupe Aitogi-Paese, but braggadocio is one of them.
A new director takes the reins at Porirua's Maori and Pacific art gallery.
Two Aotea College students have stepped forward in an attempt to increase the number of young people voting in Porirua.
Neil Robertson is turning an 85-year-old car into a thing of beauty.
The day that Munster beat a grand-slam-winning All Black team will be re-enacted in Wellington.
Helen Kedgley has left her role as Pataka's director, but her links will remain strong.
Dunedin-based artist Thomas Te Whaiti Henry is one fan who will not let his memories of former All Black Jerry Collins fade.
Bellyful Porirua has provided 5000 meals over the past four years.
The future of Porirua's unwanted and mistreated animal population has caught the attention of a Whitby woman who is helping re-home them one pet at a time.
Joshua Nightingale was left feeling over the moon after winning a national student leadership award at Stage Challenge.
Police are investigating after a "disgusting" incident in a mall's nappy changing cubicle.
Young dancer Kirsten Ocampo is finding her rhythm on the big screen.
Porirua is ready for the living wage and it has a launch this week.
Threats and insults fly as row intensifies over Tawa jeweller's lease.
The smelly issue of Spicer Landfill is getting political.
While Susan Philp's background is in IT sales, her passion for horses has got the better of her.
About 60 individual Cook Strait Melicytus obovatus plants were introduced in Titahi Bay last week.