Steve McDonald rode his trusty steed through town to give his sweetheart a ring.
Serious charges follow Masterton fatal crash.
Arrested fugitive to appear in court today on "serious violence offences", police say.
Experts hail "amazing" time-traveller from distant dawn of Kiwi wine industry.
Pink Floyd tribute band returning to Stonehenge in Carterton.
Plans are underway for a 'pop-up' artist village to be established on land owned by Lands Trust Masterton on the corner of Queen and Bruce Streets – formerly the site of a garden centre.
Fundraising for Masterton public art sculpture hits milestone
A new Carterton mum is reluctantly putting motherhood on hold as she battles cancer for a second time.
Residents of a rural Masterton Road are setting up cameras to catch criminals targeting their properties.
Martinborough farm boys and bullriders took their shot at eight seconds to glory.
Packed funeral for teen remembered for his " awesome, outgoing character".
Day-long manhunt ends in remand in custody for Martinborough man, whose name suppression ended.
Martinborough is humming ahead of its colourful annual market fair.
If rodeos were one-day cricket matches, bullrides are T20s: short, sharp and full of thrills.
Chris Raymond has moved down from Auckland permanently to pursue his dream of farming, bullriding and playing rugby. At only 19 Raymond is a regular on the bullriding and rodeo circuit and also plays rugby for Wairarapa Bush.
Having knocked off the New York Marathon, Catwalk Trust team heads to the Antarctica.
After a century in storage in the US, a precious korowai is headed back to Wairarapa.
A car was written off when it crashed into a freight train south of Featherston in the early hours of Monday morning.
Man whose car was stolen by 15-year-olds in fatal crash hits out at "sob story".
A tramper has been rescued from bush in Wairarapa after activating his emergency beaker.
Peter Knighton's paid contract may be over but the Masterton disability advocate is continuing his role as a kaituitui representing those in the community that need him.
A new exhibition at Wairarapa's Aratoi museum brings the history of the Featherston Military Training Camp to life.
With a lineage that has produced Melbourne Cup winners and yearlings that have broken sales records throughout Australasia Little Avondale is a leading runner in their field.
A supermarket owner has defended a council decision to allow a large sign in Greytown's heritage precinct.
Record-breaking shearer falls short in latest world sheep shearing record bid.
Northbound traffic slowed to a standstill near Pukerua Bay.
Troubled finances partly due to Anglican school taking too many students, former chairman says.
Suleiman Kangangi is poised to become to first Kenyan to ride in NZ's premier cycle race.
In possibly a world first, a pig in Masterton has undergone a "facelift".
ONE Pro Cycling the first overseas outfit to confirm attendance at next month's New Zealand Cycle Classic.