Police at the scene of a crash between a logging truck and a car in rural Wairarapa.
Pukaha Mt Bruce has three different breeding programmes bearing precious fruit.
The North Island team cycling series came to an exciting conclusion on Sunday
The bright lights of London are beckoning Chanel College student Luke Hempleman
Several Martinborough wineries are experiencing visible damage to crops.
Wairarapa community to send more than 600 toys to Kaikoura's children in need.
Paul Forrest catches up with fellow rider who saved his life during a race.
His time in the sweltering heat and dense jungles of South East Asia half a century ago changed him forever.
A methamphetamine network linked to the Head Hunters gang in Wairarapa has been uncovered.
High priest of vinyl-spinning-funk banned from throwing down at Featherston square.
Two trampers who died in the Tararua Ranges probably succumbed to hypothermia in strong winds and rain.
Three people, including driver's wife, were injured in collision at Carterton intersection.
Crowds with banners, fancy dress and inappropriate footwear were out to make a point.
Neighbouring house saved after wind-blown debris sparks gutter fire.
It's the must-have addition to any self-respecting Wellington home - and there's a waiting list.
Funny emails from a Carterton woman about her serious illness have evolved into something much bigger.
Future of storm-hit coast road to be secured under NZTA funding deal with council.
A wave of burglaries has made people in Masterton nervous.
The sun was out, and the crowds were in good - and well-behaved - spirits.
The discovery of valuable antique medallions coincides with the upcoming 130th anniversary of the Masterton A&P show.
Masterton trust sues engineers for designing two buildings that did not meet earthquake standards.
Small business owners see benefits in cutting back paperwork.
Much loved Harlequin junior theatre creator passes away suddenly.
Former Wairarapa Bush coach Josh Syms moves to Hutt Old Boys Marist development role.
Two famous names in wine and food were there right at the start.
Excitement as new Greytown gliding club hosts its first glide camp
Parkinson's disease has long been thought of as the beginning of the end, a Wairarapa woman affected by the illness is taking action to change that.
Wairarapa transforms further into one of the best destinations in New Zealand for bike enthusiasts.
Emergency services are at a rolled logging truck on the Rimutaka Hill Rd.
A leaked Treasury report warns the financial performance of district health boards has deteriorated severely over the past two years.