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Consultation for the Island Bay Cycleway was all smoke and mirrors, say residents.
Cranberries boosted a fundraiser's Anzac biscuit sales from an expected $400 to $8000.
He used to play cricket for New Zealand. Now Richard Petrie teaches hundreds around the world from his lounge.
After 77 years, a growing dawn service could be moved from the Cenotaph to Pukeahu.
Nutcracker show director Deirdre Tarrant is ready for a celebration.
Thousands of university students have trekked wearily up Kelburn Pde.
It's hard to hide a ring box in your running get-up while going up 5000 steps.
Veteran athletics coach Geoff Henry was recently rewarded for a lifetime of devotion to the sport he loves.
Wellington council housing comes out on top with no mould or cold.
What do you do with tonnes of beer by-product? Make it into pet food, of course.
Georgia Burns is up for a challenge. She's taking her High School Musical On Stage character from underdog to centre stage, and she's playing a boy.
You can take the hairdresser out of the salon, but you can't take the comb away from Chris Dreaver.
A 13-year-old Tawa swimmer's small stature belies his talent in the gruelling butterfly event.
One Percent Collective charity founder Pat Shepherd about skiing, photography and inspiring a new way of giving.
Wellington City Council contractors have been slapping white paint on beautified streets to fix a parking blunder.
Funding is needed for Oneshot Collective's film of shorts based on the theme of chance encounters.
A developer who signed off compliance work, carried out on what turned out to be a leaky home, has now been ordered to pay thousands of dollars in additional costs.
Developer Ian Cassels says Te Aro needs housing, critics say plan could create slum.
Cracks up to two millimetres wide have started to appear in walls of the Embassy Threatre.
Newtown School will keep swimming, with $435,000 from Wellington City Council.
Local Government Commission kicks super-city back to local councils to reconsider.
Sir Peter Jackson and a hermit have in their different ways made Hungerford Rd famous.
What's the secret to staying beautiful?
Captain Haddock did not look pleased to be dressed in balloons for Weta Cave's seventh birthday.
Playwright Cassandra Tse, 23, discusses having her work performed in New York, learning to speak Japanese and her political leanings.
Barney Wikitera has seen the ugly side of gambling and is determined to help others.
The musical collaboration between Massey and Victoria universities is ending.
Thorndon Farmers' Market is a big hit with Wellington mayor.
Demand for houses in Porirua and western Wellington is driving up prices in those areas.