TALIA CARLISLE - The WellingtonianKhandallah town centre is similar to a traditional English village with a church at one end and a pub at the other.
KYLIE KLEIN NIXON - The WellingtonianWe look at a selection of films on offer in the New Zealand International Film Festival.
With debate raging about the price of coffee, Flight Coffee and Raglan Roast talk about what you get for your money.
Newtown will crumble if cycle lanes replace car parks in the shopping centre, retailers say.
Tiny plastic balls used in plastics manufacturing are fouling up Wellington's Evans Bay beach.
HANNAH LEE - The WellingtonianKarori's main road has been the artery keeping the suburb's heart beating for the best part of two centuries.
Mary Fisher is hoping to beat her own world record times when she competes at the Pan Pacific championships.
A town that existed only on a map was the inspiration for a tale about streets and towns that may or may not be real.
The Fitchett family owned part of Brooklyn for many years and their legacy lives on in the suburb's street names.
Mike Kainga is training hard in case he is called on for the Hurricane's critical Super Rugby clash with the Crusaders.
Wellington brewery Garage Project is bracing itself for a stampede after winning a silver medal at the World Beer Cup.
Ngauranga Gorge Rd is perhaps the most important road in Wellington - it's certainly one of the busiest.
Wellington City Council is refusing to be dictated to on its commitment to a living wage policy.
The sea off Marine Pde in Seatoun has been the site of several shipwrecks, the grimmest of which was the Wahine Disaster.
A who's who of All Blacks autographs
A book full of All Black autographs worth thousands is up for grabs at a school fundraising auction.
Wellington's largest suburb is one of two more communities to say goodbye to a PostShop.
Drunk attacks, fires and robberies seem a regular occurrence along Rongotai Rd's one-kilometre stretch.
When it comes to women taking part in medieval combat, Rachael Forrest has taken a leaf out of Joan of Arc's book.
Erskine unsafe and left to decay
The historically listed Erskine College is red-stickered, and remains empty and dilapidated.
A powerful soul sister and symphony will take to the Opera House stage for this year's Wellington Jazz Festival.
Singing to thousands without a microphone can be daunting.
In 1887 a muddy stretch of land on the foreshore of Wellington was named Victoria St to honour the Queen on her golden jubilee.
The star of Stagecraft production Crumble has flown half way round the world for the role.
Grant Partridge of Partridge Jewellers talks about working for his father, jewellery heists and 150 years of family business.
The curtain will rise again at Island Bay's Empire Cinema, although a date is yet to be finalised.
Football fun in the sun
Passionate footballers are celebrating one year until the FIFA under-20 World Cup with a festival of futsal in Civic Square.
Two Wellington ultimate frisbee players are within reach of their world championship dreams.
The old gang's getting back together to see Wellington bar Mighty Mighty out this Saturday.
Albemarle is the name of a chemical company, a hotel-turned-gentlemen's club and a peculiar road in Northland.
Film director Alex Galvin talks about opera singing, film festivals and Beirut.
Becoming general manager of Footnote New Zealand Dance seemed the perfect opportunity for Richard Aindow.
The movement to a new site of the 100-year-old Home of Compassion creche began in Buckle St this week after nearly five months of strengthening work.
Worser Bay Surf Lifesaving Club is now riding high after being on the brink of closure a few years ago.
Those participating in team sports are forking out large sums for fees, equipment and uniforms.
Her classmates want to be television stars or journalists, but Tawa student Laura-Jane Douch plans to be an astronaut.
Actor and director Peter Hambleton talks about The Hobbit, Shakespeare and being a postie.
St Mary of the Angels is no closer to raising $9.5 million for strengthening work despite council assistance.
A 200-metre stretch of The Esplanade in Island Bay is to be closed for three months from June.
There is good news for Wellington's keen young swimmers.
Graffiti removal volunteer schemes have received a boost with Wellington City Council pledging $100,000 to support their work.
Phoenix Foundation's new EP, marks a move to up-tempo from than their customary melancholic ambience.
Motorcycle mishaps, slips, fires, petrol thefts and strange accidents have all occurred in Happy Valley Rd.
Lottery scammers have become more sophisticated, according to the would-be victim of an unsuccessful fraud.
Wellington regional council staff are being accused of cooking the book to justify bus fare increases.
Slip still cause for concern one year on
Almost a year after the Kingston landslip, residents say the disaster continues to have an impact on their lives.
An easy-to-use phone app is the key to combating incidents like the recent attacks in central Wellington, says its developer.
Campers in Miramar have sparked complaints that their makeshift village is giving tourists the wrong idea.
Having an entire show translated into sign language has been a worthwhile challenge for comedian Jeremy Elwood.
Theatre celebrates silver jubilee
We look back at the history of Bats Theatre and why it's so popular.
Porn star party character and musical comedian Juan Vesuvius erupts back on to the comedy festival stage this year.