There's still nobody home at the police stations in two North Island cities on weekends.
The Porirua 86-year-old is closing the lid on teaching after 38 years.
Manure or rotting vegetation? Something's stinking up a Porirua suburb.
In the 1950s life was simple as Porirua developed from village to city.
Newton Sythong doesn't need much motivation to attend taekwondo training or tournaments.
A community children's library kidnapping? You wouldn't read about it...
Opinion: The cost to taxpayers and the damage to the environment far outweigh any small benefit the Kapit Expressway will bring to car travel times.
The city's rowers went from also-rans to medalists in justthree years.
Smoking on the train, beer bottles and guns were the crime headlines in 1950 Porirua.
The home of NZ's first McDonald's is keen to bring back family friendly Cobb & Co, but not everyone's impressed.
Opinion: The Kapiti Expressway, a project that started in an adversarial climate, is finishing with a strong degree of community buy-in.
As property prices surge nationwide, one council loses thousands on real estate deal.
The former Central Pulse netball player doesn't have much time to sit still.
Lifeguards came to the aid of a windsurfer, who had run out of energy to climb back on his board.
Caring for dozens of cats a day is all in a day's work for Vikki Skinner.
There's a new leash on life for dogs at Onehunga Bay.
No ratepayer funding will go towards a performing arts centre in Porirua anytime soon.
Wellington club rugby begins again in March, with tournament changes galore.
Eight months after moving to Wellington for a tilt at its mayoralty, Nick Leggett has headed back up the road.
An anorexia survivor wants to give hope to other sufferers and their families.
Add cheese to your banana salad - and other tips from the 1950s Kapi-Mana News.
It's easier to get meth than weed, and it's half the price it was a year ago, says drug counsellor.
Police love the fact Porirua has no canopy cover in its CBD any more.
Coach Francis Glover excited with performance of players.
In 2003, he promised to build his grandmother a waka, now he's honouring that pledge.
Elijah Just and Josh Rogerson can't wait to pull on New Zealand football colours
Porirua's central city peace memorial is to get a major upgrade this year.
It took three years of convincing, but Adam Church is finally in Judgeford Golf Club colours.
Come and try some new mountain bike trails at the Tunnel Gully
A Porirua women's refuge needs volunteers to keep saving lives.