A man's car is believed to have rolled on top of him, causing serious injuries.
Train managers join Wairarapa commuters to hear their views on the service.
Wairarapa woman's trip to a karate lesson with her kids nearly ended her life.
Kids taught in meeting rooms as Masterton rolls grow. Ministry said they'd shrink.
Wairarapa College students say they benefit from getting out on the gun range.
Impatient regional councillors want urgent discussion on upgrades to ailing line.
Money will help school to further improve already impressive educational outcomes.
Wairarapa United keep pressure on Western Suburbs with gritty performance against Wellington Olympic.
A woman has been injured after her ute flipped on a rural road near Eketahuna.
Fans around the region get special services when the Lions come to Wellington.
The small Wairarapa town is showing a sudden burst of commercial life.
It's time for a change for landmark building shifted by truck in the late 1990s.
The sound of trench warfare gave some in Wairarapa a bedtime fright.
Train staff can't make commuters give up seats - they have to rely on good manners.
Wairarapa United knocked off top of table by Wests after draw at Miramar.
Chocolate is savoury, not sweet - once you see that, it opens up a whole new world, says a Greytown chocolatier.
A recent Human Rights Tribunal decision on a contentious political cartoon shows how much they can inflame.
Fear of being a "burden" and long hospital wait times are keeping older people from the help they need, carers say.
Got a backyard to spare? You could get $100 a night for renting it to campervans.
Muddied men among newly constructed war trenches in central Wairarapa will be part of a WWI memorial film.
Bulk of submissions at amalgamation hearing oppose unified Wairarapa council.
A Carterton school's anti-bullying initiative has engaged the wider community
Wairarapa United followed closely by Western Suburbs one point behind have pulled clear of the chasing pack.
Resident says "someone's going to get creamed" thanks to the blind corners and 70kmh speed limit of SH2.
Tararua's community hospital struggles to provide care after cuts, says manager.
Bulk of submissions in favour of Wairarapa super-council at latest hearings.
Cycling race organiser extraordinaire finally recognised by national body for 35 years of staging big bike events.
Neighbour thought flames were initially lightning - but it turned out to be much worse.
The tiny hamlet of Pongaroa has bucked national trends by fundraising for its own petrol station.
Bulk of submissions against joint Wairarapa council at Martinborough hearing.