Anzac Day or the right to protest - is one any more sacred than the other?
A series of free microchipping sessions is at the heart of efforts to ensure all cats in the capital are chipped before a new bylaw comes into play.
Victoria Cross recipient at ease with the public during Anzac Day services.
Planting drive to kick of with trip to Tapu Te Ranga Marae next month.
Wellingtonians are being invited on "a cultural safari" when the Africa Film Festival hits the capital in May.
Clean-up reveals mayor's anger with slow progress - but council's own landfill also under fire.
Tenants, engineers and landlords have "differences in opinion" over occupancy of high-rise office building post quake.
Man injured after bicycle and car collide in Makara, Wellington.
Sam Hopkins becomes the first to sound Wellington Hospital's new end-of-cancer treatment bell.
At speeds of 140 kilometres, jet skier sets sights on world series
Author is on mission to share the stories of our centenarians before it's too late.
After eight months of searching, a family of six say they're no closer to securing a Wellington rental.
Kiwi Muslims are driving a counter narrative to the negativity surrounding Islam and it's gaining traction in the capital.
Adding a zebra crossing to busy Wellington road will make it safer, student says.
From humble origins busking in Wellington to supporting Six60 on their Australian tour, Drax Project are going from strength to strength.
Eleven-year-old Harriet Pearce won the opportunity through the ANZ Future Captains competition to meet two of the country's best netballers.
Three-year project to get satellite community centre in the Eastern suburbs is fulfilled.
Lyall Bay Surf Life Saving Club's new build is on track but there's still another $1m needed to cover costs.
Wellingtonian Melissa Young is a finalist in the Small Sculpture section of the Waiheke Community Art Gallery competition.
Tree-a culpa: Council sorry for mistakenly cutting down mature native trees.
The capital's parking wardens now have an extra defence against the torrent of abuse they receive on a daily basis.
Polio, sprinkle damp tea leaves on the floor and giant needles: a lot has changed in 60 years of nursing.
Richard Smith, 78, took a bus in his dressing gown from Wellington to Rotorua.
The final round of the fifth-annual Burkes Cycles Speed League was full of surprises with plenty of velodrome action.
A black pole supporting a veranda, has blocked a busy Wellington crossing. How did it get consent?
Parking dispute and other complaints may mean a charity store in an upmarket Wellington suburb has to shut.
Plans for the inaugural NZ Archaeology Week have finally been set in stone after years of planning.
Wellington's oldest kindergarten, Berhampore Kindergarten, turns 100 – and there's a party to celebrate.
Getting by on a benefit can be tough, especially with moving costs and two infants at home.