Thorndon residents are not happy their suburb contains three residential parking zones.
Pollution at a Karori stream is so bad teachers at a nearby school can smell diesel in their staffroom.
Tommie Maharaj was at university alone one night in February 2014 when the right side of his body collapsed.
Wellington's Craft Beer College is holding a flavourful exam for beer connoisseurs in June.
Wellington's sister city in Japan has given the city's mayor a bicycle to mark 20 years.
Wellington activist Maria van der Meel discusses politics, protesting and being married at 18.
One hundred hectares could be added to Wellington Town Belt if a bill before Parliament gets the nod.
Skateboarders are proving a menace at Wellington's new Pukeahu National War Memorial Park
Brooklyn teenager Bree MacFarlane is trying to raise money to recoup her losses after a recent burglary.
Determined young kart racer Madeline Stewart has risen the ranks to compete internationally.
The loan of a speed camera has got Berhampore School pupils excited about road safety.
Newtown residents feared asbestos contamination when an old apartment complex was demolished.
Jack Ayers first went to hospital at age 98. At 99, his crew jumped the gun in a Wellington yacht race.
Begging in Wellington could be eradicated if an Auckland study is put to use.
Wellington City Council increases its annual grant to the Night Shelter, but not as much as was hoped.
Wellington's first container cafe is serving up jobs for young baristas.
Tawa coach Dion Waller wants his players to move up a gear on Saturday when they face Marist St Pat's.
Five Wellington school pools face eventual closure as the fund which kept them running dries up.
Wellington drivers say they are being threatened by walking advocates for parking on the footpath on the capital's narrow, windy streets.
Wellington's historic Dominion Museum's future may become a permanent war museum
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.
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.