Shopkeeper and public apprehended two 16-year-old girls in Masterton dairy robbery.
They came close, but the Black Sticks couldn't quite get over the line against Pakistan.
Up to 130 "menacing" dogs in Masterton are expected to be desexed through Govt grant.
Carterton music festival devoted to up-and-coming musical acts is full steam ahead.
Southbound lane on Rimutaka Hill Rd reopened after early-morning crash.
Black Sticks unable to convert their chances, as Pakistan hold out to take the series lead.
Masterton-based country singer once mixed with Johnny Cash, Howard Morrison and Ray Columbus.
Latest kiwi hatchling is number 100 for a breeding programme helping to save our national bird.
More than a dozen burglaries, mostly from cars, reported in past few days.
A reporter cruises the streets of Masterton on Golden Shears night.
Wairarapa gun club has allowed police to return to shooting range, for now.
Making a big difference means more than making big money for young leader.
A wool shed in Hawke's Bay was ablaze when fire crews arrived early on Thursday morning.
Wairarapa's three councils look set to merge, but remain part of Wellington region.
OPINION: The Local Government Commission is seeking public submissions on a draft proposal for a combined Wairarapa District Council. Commission chairman Sir Wira Gardiner explains the background and outlines what is proposed.
Delays likely for the next month as tight corner on Featherston side is widened.
Sustainable farming on agenda as council regulation becomes more likely.
Jerome Lopa has been playing instruments since he was 3. He's now off to Brisbane to perform with his little sister.
It can be rare to see a Clydesdale on a race track, except when the races are at Castlepoint.
A Carterton family are staying optimistic as Nick Perkins fights against MS.
Grant boost gives programme the resources to change kids lives.
Tree that survived Nagasaki bombing dies after being used as public toilet.
Martinborough FC will play in the Wairarapa football league.
It was a puzzle that had the Wairarapa DHB stumped, but no longer.
Though Frazer Mailman enjoys a bit of competition, that's far from the only reason he loves sports. Jack Barlow talks to the Masterton councillor about playing golf, despairing over the Phoenix, and making lifelong friends.
Informative exploration of science biking toward Masterton.
Parkinson's charity hit hard by thieves for the second time this year.
France's top diplomat wasn't above getting her hands dirty at the Golden Shears.
Dannevirke shearing contractor blazing a trail for Maori women in business.
A Masterton Kohanga Reo recreates the Golden Shears every year for its kids.