A year after the sale of the old Waikanae pub site, work is finally to start on park and ride scheme.
Dogs in college classroom calm student nerves before their exams.
Election billboard vandals bring fire to the Kapiti Coast and torch the current Mayor's signs.
Rae Morrison will be sidelined for approximately three months after breaking her heel in the latest round of the Enduro World Series.
The events will be held in November and February.
Daniel Howard will now compete to become New Zealand's best young horticulturalist.
One new Kapiti councillor already decided before elections.
Proposal to prevent scattering of loved-ones' ashes at Kapiti beaches, rivers and parks.
It will be the Otaki club's fourth regional title in a row if they win this Saturday.
Greater Wellington District Council puts brakes on Levin to Waikanae bus service.
Founder of AED database asks business to take their defibrillators out of the cupboard.
Couple saved by parked SUV as out-of-control car crashes through fence and carport.
News that Kenepuru Hospital may scrap its after-hours service has shocked the people who use it.
New digital microscopes have unleashed Paekakariki School students' interest in science projects.
Hayley Fordyce's performances may earn her a scholarship with the New York Film Academy.
Two Levin companies have had a hand in the design and construction of the Matakana Bridge.
Ukulele evangelist Justin Reed is gaining converts.
Suspect sought in armed callout at McDonald's is still on the run.
Witnesses film midnight callout at Paraparaumu drive-thru.
Southern right whale followed a kayaker for an hour off the Kapiti Coast.
A Kapiti ecologist has combined his love of nature with training to fight his way to the Olympics.
Mark Smith's heart topped 200 beats a minute - and he blames his 2-litre-a-day Coke habit.
Matthew Bell is looking to help a Wellington cricket club as it confirms a return to Wellington's premier grade.
The pool is part of a $1.68 million Levin Aquatic Centre development.
Work on new $3 million, two-storey building will begin later this month.
Response after councillor's email draws no censure.
Plans to sell hundreds of state and council homes north of Wellington have tenants worried.
The Lynch family were planning to demolish it anyway - but not like this.