Frank Kitts Lagoon has never had an official name. That could all soon change.
Locals up in arms as last orders are called at Eketahuna's only pub.
Masterton had one of the star performing economies in the Wellington region last year.
Central New Zealand caught the coldest of the cold overnight with temperatures dropping below freezing.
Man who indecently assaulted a girl he met online gets community detention.
Family tells court how Peter Fisher was left unrecognisable by the attack.
Removal of gravel from a Wairarapa river is being blamed for dropping water levels.
Sheep have been burnt alive after the Tararua shed they were in caught fire.
A person has been injured in a head-on collision between a car and truck in rural Wairarapa.
Aucklanders are being invited to swap overpriced homes for a palace in Masterton.
Last minute reprieve for Greytown-based care facility for physically and intellectually disabled people.
Wairarapa will next year be home to both the men's and women's premier international cycle tours.
Wairarapa-Bush coach Josh Syms is putting "origin" ahead of "import" in his efforts to cast the net wide for top rugby talent.
Police and neighbourhoods are joining forces to combat the ongoing scourge of burglary, thefts and vehicle crimes around Wairarapa.
As Wairarapa's largest community-owned enterprise Trust House Ltd's future is important to us all and the two candidates vying for a position on its controlling body have varying opinions about its direction.
He may usually be the one doing the tracking but this time it's police search dog Thames who has gone missing.
Top vineyard kept serving drunken, aggressive festival goers, authority finds.
It may have been on an artificial surface but there was nothing fake about the action at Trust House Memorial Park.
Vandals have been targeting trucks in Pahiatua and owners warn there could be consequences.
Sale of prominent business marks end of an important phase for community-owned enterprise.
Wairarapa farmers and landowners praised over the creation of a walkway across their land to the historic Tinui Anzac Cross.
Something for everyone at King Street Live next month.
Wairarapa's new state-of-the-art artificial sports turf the way of the future for provincial rugby and football.
Wairarapa's district councils combine to lobby for some of the government's $350m digital networks fund.
A hui on local government reorganisation is being described as an anti-amalgamation forum and the pro-amalgamation Wairarapa MP Alastair Scott wants no part of it and questions the timing.
Greytown photographer Geoff Walker captured the last moments of the Carterton balloon tragedy. In his journey to forget he forges positive links with a Ugandan community.
A family-owned Tranzit bus service celebrated its 91st birthday last week and is going from strength to strength.
Englishman to lay British Legion wreath at the Masterton cenotaph on Anzac Day.
It's a garment many take for granted, but it's an item those in poorer countries can seldom afford.
Wairarapa opioid prescriptions are the highest in New Zealand, but local health authorities are questioning the figures.