There will be no shortage of people enjoying some choice Kiwi music at Homegrown next month.
Snap-happy locals were delighted by the rare phenomenon. But can you see it?
Near perfect conditions helped an American swimmer conquer the Cook Strait crossing for the 100th time.
Wellington Mayor Justin Lester does not see the garden as a priority.
Kebai Liu was found overnight after calls from the public.
A combined group of Wellington actors are the youngest company to ever produce shows in NZ Fringe Festival history.
Capital residents trying to prepare for a big quake are being made to wait months for water tanks.
Social media employed in battle after wave of high-end bikes being stolen.
Many hands make light work when it comes to Island Bay Festival preparations, which are well under way ahead of the multi-day event.
Chimpanzee fails to recover after emergency surgery for a leg injury.
Former All Whites skipper turned footwear entrepreneur Tim Brown is back in the capital with a new collaboration project.
Vintage car once owned by the Shah of Persia makes an appearance in Wellington.
In these hectic, time-pressured lifestyles, a Wellington cafe is bringing back a sense of community.
Come and try some new mountain bike trails at the Tunnel Gully
CCTV, binned phone and mum's evidence persuade judge to convict voyeur.
After 45 years in operation, the future of Youthline Wellington is looking uncertain.
One of Wellington's newest community associations has a big year planned for 2017.
Eight women's teams from around the world have arrived in Wellington for a World Cup qualifier competition.
At the tender age of 101, Wellington artist Michael Nicholson is releasing his first book.
A Wellington suburb's community hall is torn down as work starts on new $3.2 million events centre.
Wellington City Council launches new way of consulting communities.
Canadian cabaret comedy singer is bringing her outrageous show to Wellington for the NZ Fringe.
Photographer Mandi Lynn is looking for female models of all shapes and sizes.
Char McNaughton's earthquake-forced loss of work has setting up a new Upper Hutt business.
A flash mob appeared in front of Te Papa on Saturday to celebrate Chinese New Year.
He's looking for unconditional love after paying $6k for an engagement ring, only to be dumped.
Mum says stranger's shoe appeared in shower cubicle. Accused says it was a misunderstanding.
Daytime thieves make off with students' lighting gear, worth about $3000.
Stormy weather has hit the capital for the third time in a week causing delays to harbour crossings.
Summer racing on January 28 will complete Trentham's big Cup Carnival