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Woman grabbed on walkway

Police are investigating reports a woman was grabbed in Lyall Bay.

Wellington woman managed to run away after incident at Lyall Bay.

Thunderstorms set to strike

Thunderstorms are expected to hit the North Island tomorrow morning, with high winds forecast too.

The skies may be booming when you wake up tomorrow morning.

'She'd just found her purpose'

Thea Anderson, third left, with father Thor, sister Madeleine and mother Consuelo.

Young American's dreams of helping others cut shot by Hawke's Bay crash.

Hot pools in harbour?

An artist impression of a possible hot, saltwater pool in Oriental Bay, including waterfalls and a swimming area.

Outdoor swimming in Wellington? A businessman insists it's not just a fantasy.

14 new capital classrooms

An artist's impression of new classrooms funded by new education cash in the Budget and destined for 14 schools around ...

Government announces building boost to account for growth in Wellington schools.

Mummified heads return to Te Papa video

A woman tends to the some of the remains which were returned on Friday as part of
the Karanga Aotearoa repatriation ...

If possible, the remains will be handed back to to whanau.

Tinder accused guilty of rape

Wellington man Amitesh Deepak Kumar was found guilty of raping a woman he met on Tinder.

He lied to his date, he lied to police, and jury decides his story was unbelievable.

Last train from Hungary video

Rail engineer Vern Herdman was part of the team that headed to Budapest, Hungary, in the Cold War era.

Wellington's rail workhorse, the Ganz Mavag, makes its final run to Melling.

Girls' school to offer culottes

Year 13 Wellington Girls' College students Abidah Khan and Charlie Fraser show off an early version of the culottes. The ...

Wellington Girls' College students will have a new uniform option from next year.

Is your Fitbit telling fibs?

Close up of guy using wearable fitness gear (fitbit)

Some fitness trackers are out of step by more than 30pc, a researcher says.

Fake identity charges in court

Alleged identity fraudsters appear in court

Three men accused of making fake licences, passports and identity cards have appeared in court.

Cops urge bar lockouts

A Wellington Wonder Woman in trouble at the Wellington Sevens, Westpac Stadium, in 2014.

One-way door policy might curb alcohol harm, but could put bars out of business.

Shane Victor Hughes wanted for breaching his release conditions

Lower Hutt Police want to locate Shane Victor Hughes, 39.

Police want to locate Shane Victor Hughes.

Caught in midst of a revolution

Diana Goodman with revolutionaries in the main square of Timisoara, where the Romanian revolution started, in December 1989.

Kiwi journalist Diana Goodman recalls the highlights of her career as a BBC correspondent.

Sudden baby death in Napier

Police have attended the sudden death of a baby in Napier

Police called to house in suburb of Maraenui after six-month-old dies.

Insanity hearing on murder charge

Helen Silverwood, died aged 55, in December 2015.

Homicide victim Helen Silverwood's husband named as victim in attempted murder charge.

'Missing' student found safe

Caitlyn Bird, who was reported missing days ago, has turned up safe and well.

Caitlyn Bird has visited police to confirm she's OK after her family reported her missing.

Parliament protester refused bail

Ken Thurston in 2011. He was remanded in custody on Friday, accused of intentionally setting a vehicle alight in ...

He is accused of trying to set fire to his car in Parliament grounds on Budget day.

We didn't eat well, but we ate video

The Tafai family, left to right: Noah, 9, Tafai, Rudy, 11, Mika, 6, Millie, and Tali, 11. Millie's idea of feeding the ...

Millie Ormond set a goal of feeding her family of six for a week on $150. Here's how she succeeded.

Police shooting suppression bid

A Hawke's Bay police officer involved in an accidental shooting wants to be anonymous, and police supported his bid for ...

Officer back on frontline after acquittal and employment investigation.

Wanted man nabbed by police

Hastings man Taurus Christy was wanted by Hawke's Bay police.

Wanted man after a brief foot chase by police.

Bomb threat at Vic Uni

A building at Victoria University's Kelburn campus has been evacuated.

Buildings at the Kelburn campus has been evacuated in what's believed to be a bomb threat.

Craft brewery Panhead sold

Former Panhead Custom Ales owner Mike Neilson plans to continue  brewing for the company.

Wellington beer maker Panhead has been snapped up by a global brewing giant.

Panhead sale great news

Panhead Custom Ales owner Mike Neilson says the sale to Lion will mean he will have more time to create recipies and brew.

OPINION: The sale of another Kiwi craft brewery to a big beer company is not the end of the world.

Arson charge for Parliament protester

Jacinda Ardern tweeted this picture with the caption: "This has shown up on the forecourt of parliament and it looks ...

The man who allegedly drove a ute covered in a protest sign into Parliament on Budget Day due in court today.

School lockdown error

Police were called to Waikanae School on Thursday afternoon, after what proved to be a false intruder alarm.

Text that sparked false alarm was sent by a salesperson pitching app service to another school.

The tales that blood tells

Blood spatter expert Sergeant Melissa Bell believes she gives a voice to victims of crime.

Never mind Dexter, there's a new blood spatter expert on the scene.

Early childhood teachers bullied

Early Childcare teachers have reported being bullied, feeling high to extreme levels of stress, and mental health and ...

Survey reveals a quarter of early childhood teachers have been bullied by colleagues or senior staff.

The rocky road to Rio

Former Olympic gold medal rower, Team NZ sailor and now Olympic Chef de Mission Rob Waddell.

Olympic Chef de Mission Rob Waddell on Rio's troubles, an old rivalry and that sailing choke

'Playful' office block wins big

Aglionby House in Lower Hutt was awarded a gold award at the 2016 New Zealand Commercial Property Awards.

Aglionby House - an industrial building, with dynamic angles - wins gold at national property awards show.

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