Masterton has become the latest town to install a fluoride-free water tap
Armed Offenders Squad uncovers cannabis operation in Wairarapa.
Five-year-old Carterton boy's injury renews calls for compulsory helmet rule.
Ceiling services not properly secured in several commercial buildings in Masterton.
Bubbles and inspiration is back
Though there is a long way to go, chemotherapy may be coming to Wairarapa.
Wanganui ended Wairarapa Bush's Meads Cup tilt with a convincing victory.
Investigators are looking into claims that two girls were seen leaving house before fire.
Fewer than two in five students completed their qualifications last year.
A person is in a serious condition after a crash just north of Masterton this afternoon.
Wrangle over earthquake-prone buildings in Masterton could lead to legal action.
All of Lands Trust Masterton new buildings may be affected by design flaws.
All four Wellington train lines to undergo maintenance work over Labour Weekend.
Academy making progress as eight trainees make national league squads and two are selected for A-League development team.
Wairarapa Bush had enough luck to make the playoffs but now face a Wanganui side with a daunting 100 per cent record.
The Warehouse's arrival in quaint, boutique Greytown has drawn a mixed reaction.
Wellington economic development agency restructure could save $500,000 a year.
The contest to find the favourite native bird in New Zealand is on again.
Strong winds woke much of Wellington early on Wednesday.
Design flaws in a new high school building in Greytown were discovered and fixed before it was built.
The chair has of Masterton art museum Aratoi has stepped down, citing a conflict of interest.
In the wake of financial difficulties for one organisation, Wairarapa's two A&P associations have discussed merging.
A cyclist was brought back from the dead after collapsing at a Masterton bike race.
Teen breaks arm as he is thrown from bike while herding stock.
A 22-year-old Carterton mother used a combination of social media savvy and experience in youth work to successfully run for council.
Is craft gin the new craft beer? Wairarapa gin company ready to take on the world.
It's one of the most popular wine festivals, but some vineyards are calling time on Toast Martinborough.
Wairarapa Bush got the win they needed in Gisborne and now have to win with a bonus point against East Coast and hope other matches go their way.
Horowhenua's incoming mayor says new office in Levin is an earthquake risk.
Council acts to find out if building design flaws have occurred in Palmerston North.