He sheds some Porirua roles, but laughs off talk of a tilt at the Wellington mayoralty.
Porirua City Council are selling 30 blocks of unused land.
Kevin Dick has been training one of the world's best kickboxers.
Titahi Bay's new welcome sign was unveiled last week.
Lyall Hedges came to Porirua late, but has given the city plenty of his time and energy.
Parking wardens and food compliance officers are annoying Anita Baker.
A Paremata potter is holding an open studio this month.
Dreams of being on the big screen have helped a Porirua teenager take the next step towards a career in acting.
Titahi Bay School principal Kerry Delaney feels proud to be acknowledged for her dedication to the community.
A new Whitby development is meeting opposition.
Mila Reuelu-Buchanan is on the fast track to netball success.
Former Porirua City Council chief executive John Seddon is enjoying his retirement in Titahi Bay. Photo: KRIS DANDO
Mandy and Isaac Latham at Battle Hill Farm Park recently.
Owen Parker-Price says a heavy defeat can sometimes provide the best lessons.
Teens discovered in Palmerston North after leaving home more than a week ago.
Shopper were left stunned when a pane of glass spontaneously shattered on November 9.
Police are warning the public not to approach a Porirua man on the run.
Man defrauded employer but has been ordered to repay all monies taken.
One Porirua mast down - next comes the biggie
Aotea College will undergo a multimillion dollar upgrade within the next two years.
Porirua's heritage dates back to well before it became a city – and there are a few little gems that some residents may not know exist.
Shalae Salmon will attend BYU in Utah on a basketball scholarship next year.
Ray Henwood has much in common with his countryman Dylan Thomas so who better to bring the writer to life on Circa's stage?
David Brett is focusing on bringing a touch of the past back to Titahi Bay with a festival to celebrate the iconic boatsheds dotted at the north and south ends of the beach.
Sam Foley's Moving Image Paintings: Past to Present is an exhibition not to miss.
Speed limits could be lowered in Plimmerton, if the suburb's residents association get their way.
As former pupil Diane Lawrence walked through the doors of Hampton Hill School on Friday, she was greeted by young Katherine Murray, the newest child on the roll.
A real war-era project to develop a death ray device in New Zealand has been turned into spy fiction.
Ngarama Milner-Olsen, winner of the Porirua Sports Awards premier trophy. Photo: DANIEL WHITFIELD
The judges will have their work cut out in this year's Porirua Sports Awards.