Wellington City Council axes plans for a cat curfew but all moggies may need a microchip.
Regina Tito slept at train stations, streets - even toilets. "It is warm, and you can lock the doors, so that's safety."
An special 'la carless dinner' is coming to Wellington On a Plate.
The founder of Wellington's 'tin knee club' believes having your knee replaced should not slow you down.
"Everything is related, the coding is just the language that helps us all communicate," the event organiser says.
Volunteer cruise ambassadors are needed to welcome passengers into Wellington.
'They wander amongst us' was theme of 48 hour game jam in Wellington.
Pokemon Go's the talk of the town, but in just 48 hours these designers hope to make something even better.
Policing was the furthest thing from his mind, but an encounter with a community constable abruptly changed his career path.
Veteran runner shows no sign of slowing down while in Wellington.
Jenni Mason has an interesting problem in the current housing crisis - she needs land, not a house.
Silver lining of high office vacancy in Wellington CBD was the chance to develop a new central city hotel.
Those at low-decile schools without shoes will get some relief thanks to the efforts of the Wellington Catholic church.
Roxanne El Hady wants to inspire other young female scientists.
Welcome to the neigh-bourhood.
The former Phoenix star has a new football job, and it's kids he wants to help most.
A new team has rolled into town and taken out the North Island wheelchair basketball title.
The dream toy testing job is over for two Wellington kids.
The youth council wants to diversify its membership to help make the capital a better place for all young people.
How do you keep yourself safe online? Aussie expert imparts tips to Wellington kids.
An open bottle of milk next to a blaring television was the first clue all was not well in a Wellington home.
Emily and Nathan Blackadder enjoy being rock hounds.
Wellington woman finds a way to help others, while getting chemo for her second cancer diagnosis.
The catcher thinks his NZ softball side can go one better than two years ago.
There is one street in Newtown that is steeped in Wellington's medical history.
Wellington will host Aotearoa's first parade to celebrate Maori Language Week.
Red Leap Theatre returns to Wellington with another physical stage show.
Strap on those skates and give roller derby a go with another opportunity to join Richter City.
Find out what to do in Wellington on these cold winter nights.
It has taken internationally recognised choreographer Jeremy Nelson only 3½ weeks to craft his latest piece.