The life of a New Zealand ballet pioneer
Royal New Zealand Ballet principal Sir Jon Trimmer talks about dyslexia, growing fruit trees and keeping fit at 74.
Stephanie Sole "cried and cried" when she learnt her dream home could be taken away from her.
Dancers Sir Jon Trimmer and Lucy Green talk about mime in the latest production Royal NZ Ballet production, Coppelia.
Tringham St in Karori is a tiny street that gives a historical nod to Karori and other buildings around town.
Quality and consistency is the secret to a perfect coffee, Mojo airport cafe owner Jason Neilson says.
The Wellington East Girls' College softball team has returned to the winner's circle after claiming the national secondary schools title in Christchurch.
OPINION: All too often, the claim of "racism" is a political weapon of last resort.
OPINION: Sanzar bosses are wrestling with what to do with Super Rugby.
Rainwater-born heavy metals and pesticide have contaminated Wellington Harbour's floor to levels above national guidelines.
TALIA CARLISLE - The Wellingtonian
However, it has been holding gigs since February 21 and nothing appears to have changed.
Four Argentinian football imports are enjoying Wellington, even though it's cold, windy and there are no stadium games.
The name Freyberg is associated with Freyberg Pool and Sir Bernard Freyberg, but Freyberg St is named after his brother.
Dance duo sets sights on UK festival
A duo who conquered the New Zealand Latin dance scene are now targeting England's prestigious Blackpool dance Festival.
Academic freedom and democracy is under threat, university staff and students say.
OPINION: It was fitting that Sky TV played the two-part series Howzat last week, as the Twenty20 World Cup was beginning in Bangladesh.
OPINION: To survive, as even the Hunger Games books and films have pointed out, you need to be able to compromise, and to collaborate.
Sharing his story made such a difference to one man that he is now helping other survivors of sexual abuse.
Rear Admiral Richard Evelyn Byrd's memorial below the Mt Victoria lookout commemorates a famous American polar explorer's special connection with Wellington.
Four childhood friends have self-funded a mockumentary series based on creative types living in Wellington.
The glitz and glamour of the 1920s is coming to Gryphon Theatre.
AMY JACKMAN - The Wellingtonian
Johnsonville has some of the oldest history in Wellington.
The first 300-tonne concrete roof slab was poured onto the Buckle St underpass this morning.
OPINION: I've been trying to figure out what was ailing Andy Haden the other day when he was being interviewed by Mary Wilson.
OPINION: Will John Key show the steel that has been lacking so far in his dealings with wayward Cabinet colleagues?
Wellington weather has caused trouble for the ice rink at Queens Wharf this week.
A Tasman St site is still empty, six years after a landmark building was demolished to make way for a supermarket.
HOLLY DOVE - The Wellingtonian
Getting around the capital has never been easier, after the first month of a free bike-lending programme set up by Aro Valley residents.
Buckle St in Mt Cook has grown from a simple dirt track, to an established road, to a part of State Highway 1.
OPINION: A clear imbalance exists in New Zealand's relationship with Australia, and it's getting worse.
ALISA YONG - The Wellingtonian
An eight-year collaboration between Victoria and Massey universities in the shared running of the New Zealand School of Music is to end.
OPINION: Good on Central Pulse coach Robyn Broughton for railing against persistent foul play in netball.
A Victoria University scheme that involves students swapping rats for beer may be extended to other universities.
Kilbirnie residents are demanding to be consulted as the wrecking ball lines up Kilbirnie's ageing bus barns.
Tawa College could lose classrooms if state highway 1 is widened as part of the link road project, says its principal.
After six years, Wellington musician Louis Baker is almost satisfied with his self-titled EP.
Daniell St is the home of New Zealand's first zoo, established in 1906.
Wellington tea company t leaf T celebrated its 10th birthday last month.
Pupils at Scared Heart Cathedral School are learning sign language with help from a couple of their classmates.
Beethoven Algar had just made his debut for Wellington when World War I forced him to swap a rugby ball for a camel.
Pulse netball coach Robyn Broughton talks about teaching, Southland and yellow cards.