Beervana showcases better than any other festival how craft beer has well and truly moved on from faddism.
Kapiti council spends ratepayer cash to protect beach from its own storm-prevention work.
Paraparaumu School are starting a bilingual te reo Maori primary school class, in a bid to revitalise the language in the district.
A revamp since new owners took over last year has seen patronage figures rise.
Wellington Saints representatives attended the basketball court opening at Haruatai Park.
One seat. Two people. And this time, for one of them at least, it actually is personal.
Almost 300 students have signed a petition to allow year 13s at Kapiti College to grow facial hair.
While Wellington mulls cat controls, a Kapiti subdivision has enforced a full-on ban to protect nature.
Access to Otaki Forks - and to one couple's home - is open again, after about seven months.
Kapiti College students have a good idea for how to reduce dog attacks in the region.
A "fairytale" site for a children's health camp hits legal hurdles and opposition from Paraparaumu neighbours.
The Kapiti women's team conceded a late goal to fall 3-2 to Victoria University on Saturday and now need a win to avoid relegation.
More open space and laneways could be the future of the town at the heart of Horowhenua.
Construction has started on the replacement classrooms for those destroyed by arson in 2014.
There are 4000 washing machines in NZ, just like this one, at risk of bursting into flames.
Fulbright scholar to leave Kapiti Coast for film school in the Big Aporo.
The catcher thinks his NZ softball side can go one better than two years ago.
Four surviving kittens have been taken to Wellington for monitoring after being dumped.
A Levin butcher has cut and carved his way to the regional apprentice of the year title, and a national grand final.
An Otaki resident has not let a serious spinal injury take away his love for the water.
A Levin author is hoping to pitch her second major novel at the country's largest writers' conference later this year.
No further action will be taken against Kapiti councillor Michael Scott, after he was found to have breached council's code of conduct last week.
Kapiti man calls out mental health services after advocacy service appears to be stopped, then resurrected.
Australian company to take over Kapiti cinema.
Wife furious, but Wellington Hospital says 76-year-old refused taxi and shuttle offers.
A quad bike user was rescued after breaking his leg in a farm accident north of Wellington.
Increasing freight and traffic volumes force NZTA to re-investigate SH1 plans.
Three recently added Auckland flights will be axed from August.
Hutt walking track to open after long delays.
Several unsuccessful attempts were made to lead a horse from an Otaki River beach the day before she became stranded by rising waters.