Strong winds are fanning a dangerous blaze racing through a Wairarapa forestry block.
People who want to make a difference in their community need to "roll up their sleeves" and get stuck in.
New crash barriers on State Highway 2 increase risk to cyclists and are a missed opportunity to make roads safer, a cycling advocate says.
Trampers are upset that the Department of Conservation is ignoring its own policies and allowing mountain bikers on its tracks- albeit for a one-off event.
The Carterton Farmers' Market has closed down because they do not want to operate under restrictions imposed by the council due to a complaint from a local business.
A Martinborough couple's frozen burrito business is taking New Zealand by storm.
A nine piece band from Masterton Intermediate school has won the Wellington regional Battle of the Bands competition.
Work on a new $30 million retirement village in Masterton set to start in the New Year
Martinborough's ambitious Waihinga Centre has received a knock-back as Council rejects a targeted rate to fund a shortfall but a modified plan is still a possibility.
Hurricanes and Blues set to do battle in Eketahuna
The weight of a new town centre is resting on the shoulders of Martinborough council as submissions from residents flood in.
A Masterton college has received an online threat of a possible shooting, but remains open.
Former Black Cap Jesse Ryder to train and play for Wairarapa ahead of return to Central Districts Stags.
Wairarapa movie lovers may soon have another option as a prominent Masterton developer eyes a boutique theatre project in town. Rumours have been circulating that David Borman has plans to build a brand new theatre complex and he confirms that it is under consideration though he is not sure where he would put it.
The expansion of Wairarapa's local olive press aims to boost the industry.
A Masterton college is told it needs to get more boarders to fulfill its Integration Agreement with the Ministry of Education.
Wairarapa's days as part of the Wellington region appear to be numbered.
A proposed 74-house subdivision in Carterton is the latest in a string of developments helping to make it New Zealand's fastest growing district.
Harry Ricketts’ and Gavin McLean’s War Writing collection combines fictional and historical works to paint a complete picture.
Local politicians are rallying behind the beleaguered Taratahi Agriculture Training Centre.
Flooding a large section of a park and sports fields is one of four options being explored to protect Masterton in the event of a 1-in-100 year flood.
A financial gun for hire has been brought in to tackle Wairarapa's largest school's financial woes.
Hover-boards are not yet popular in Masterton, but the town has scored a time-travelling first.
Martinborough residents are angry they are being asked to stump up to fund part of a new town hall centre.
Southern Wairarapa towns to get ultra fast broadband as Government kicks off next phase of fibre roll-out.
A 4.4-magnitude earthquake near Eketahuna has rattled the lower North Island.
A $1 million shortfall could mean Martinborough's planned new community centre is scrapped.
Planting of 2000 plants is the first step in turning Wairarapa waste land into a wetland area.
Carterton District Council has lost nearly $10k on its forestry harvest.
Promoter Jorge Sandoval cans NZ women's tour to concentrate on men's version.