Ten Christmas tables are set to sparkle for Te Omanga Hospice.
Wellington region electric vehicle owners - and others keen to plug-in to the environment-friendly transport trend - are being invited to a get-together in Upper Hutt this Sunday.
Award-winning umpire compares high-level netball to corrections work.
Big winds lifted off part of the roof at Upper Hutt’s H2O Xtream recreation centre on Friday.
Police returned a family's livlihood and brought them to tears.
Dave Burcher is looking for a bunch of good Kiwi blokes.
The White Ribbon riders who rolled up to Davis Field yesterday were a motley crew.
A 92-year-old's home was burgled by teens pretending to be looking for work.
A convicted sex offender who sparked a manhunt may go back to jail.
Lalla Parsons credits health living for reaching her 100th birthday, but she was never going to cut out butter and full-cream milk.
Ashley Bennett’s unrivalled achievement of 50 years as a volunteer fire fighter will be celebrated on Saturday.
Chess fans who play on their laptop or cellphone are being challenged to duel against a fellow human being.
Changes to gynaecological services in the Hutt Valley will see more GPs performing procedures that gynaecologists had previously done the majority of.
A viral video craze has revealed a surprising cat behavior, but pet owners should think twice.
Rail enthusiasts preparing for a Petone ANZAC centennial want to hear from the families of railwaymen killed in WW1.
Judges issued almost 40,000 warrants to arrest over the past year.
Lower Hutt mum takes 9-year-old out of classes in protest over content.
The former General Motors building in Trentham has been sold to Peter Jackson’s Weta group of companies.
A 12-year-old has mastered the ancient art of creating three-dimensional sculptures from a single sheet of paper.
Jeff and Noeline Berkett were recently awarded life membership of the of Wellington Racing Club.
They've long ago left the cares of this world, but they had stories to tell and John Harrison enjoys telling them.
Police have started early on their indicate roundabout campaign.
Prisoners are learning to build futures on solid ground with qualifications.
"It's been a forgotten bridge and a forgotten road," one Upper Hutt resident says.
Top staff will discuss different aspects of Rimutaka Prisoner's lives to curb violence.
Issues around consent, body image and gender identity are explored by four young directors in a stage event coming to Lower Hutt next week.
Frequent-flying sports official avoids drink-drive conviction.
The Prime Minister John Key swung into action at the Royal Wellington Golf Club’s new practice and teaching facility.