Nearly 1900 of the region's residents have made their views known to the four-council working party on amalgamation.
Night class cuts bite
Wellington schools offering night classes are clinging to their depleted programmes despite dramatic drops in enrolment since government funding was slashed in 2010.
TALKING POLITICS BY GORDON CAMPBELL - The Wellingtonian
OPINION: The government's budget announcement of funding for 1600 family carers for the disabled was actually bad news for some.
The Waihi mine decision has been buried almost entirely by the Aaron Gilmore stampede.
Life backstage of the New Zealand Opera's Madame Butterfly has been made easier by the presence of one man, Luca Manghi.
The decision to dine White House wasn't made lightly because the it is well known as one of Wellington's most expensive restaurants.
Abel Smith St is a curious mix of old and new.