Australian-owned diagnostic health service provider SCLLtd will take over Aotea Laboratories and provide Wellington laboratory services
It was a bleak, chilly day when a memorial Kamal Ataturk was unveiled in Wellington 25 years ago.
What's on in Wellington this week.
He's seven, isn't super strong and can't fly. Lincoln McWatt is a superhero with the power to give.
Wellington swimmer Emma Robinson was one of 10 New Zealand swimmers to qualify for the World Championships in Russia.
Three dancers' and a musician present an improvised piece at Bats Theatre
A new radiotherapy treatment has dramatically reduced side effects for prostate cancer patients.
Wellington City Council under pressure to live up to its commitment to fully introduce a living wage for all its workers.
An earthquake-prone heritage vicarage in Miramar could fetch up to $1m, but needs some work.
A century on from the Gallipoli landing, the graves of servicemen in Karori Cemetery are falling into disrepair.
Craft breweries have paired with Wellington bars to celebrate the New Zealand hop harvest.
The decision to include the poppy on a stamp issued 50 years ago turned out to be contentious.
As Wellingtonians commemorate Anzac Day, a Cuba St art venue is offering an experience that will march to the beat of a different drum.
Check out what's on around the region.
Parents and staff at a Wellington school fear children will be hit by speeding cars.
The silver screen will return to Wellington's south coast when the Empire Cinema reopens in May.
Spurts of graffit in Wellington can now be dealt with online.
'Pour the floor and raise the roof' is the new campaign to raise money for an events centre in Karori.
Wellington's Night Shelter has gone from last resort to first port of call for many psychiatric patients and released prisoners.
Wellington garden designers win best in show at the world's oldest, most visited flower show.
Island Bay's historic Empire Cinema looks set to reopen in the next few months.
Opponents of the proposed Basin Reserve flyover ramp up fundraising for the High Court appeal.
After hitting the summer music festivals, Fly My Pretties is coming home to play in Wellington.
Specialists say privatisation of Wellington lab services lacks "robust financial analysis".
Wellington's Wholesale Boot Company is all abuzz about one ingredient coming soon to its menu.
All Wellington City councillors will be able to vote on a proposal to create 13 special housing areas.
Music, comedy, theatre, film, and the festive season. Here's what's on in Wellington.
A multiple sclerosis diagnosis was not the 20th birthday present Amy Clague was hoping for.
Blind athlete and world champion pair up (with the aid of some rope) to compete at London event.
NZ Specialty Coffee Association director spills the beans on his top brews and serving celebs.