State Highway is now open, after being closed following a two-car fatal crash in Upper Hutt.
Businesses digging deep into their rubbish do their bit for the environment.
For NZTA staff, Wellington's "smart" motorway means learning to relax.
Is artificial turf more or less dangerous than real grass for our kids?
A week ago, he was paralysed from the ribs down. Now he's slowly walking again.
The fluffy maltese-bichon wears a harness and a pair of custom-made "doggles".
Wellington's parking wardens now have the tools to film, and fine, motorists driving in bus lanes.
Listed property fund mulls future of Wellington landmarks.
Gazza's job was to obey, serve and protect. He did exactly that.
Wairarapa marketing campaign raises smiles, but townsfolk get the last laugh.
Fund made up of Wellington office buildings gets OIO approval.
Dennis Wong enticed neighbour's cat to eat mince laced with antifreeze.
It's not in our history curriculum but Hutt pupils find another way to examine the NZ Wars.
International deals are transforming the humble honey industry.
"Without a surgeon's skill, this would have been a homicide," prosecution says.
Long running Hutt property dispute finally resolved.
Police urging Hutt Valley residents to protect their property against a rise in burglaries.
To honour their deceased friend, a Wellington duo decided to squirt mustard around the Warehouse's clothing section.
Home's new owner says she bought it not knowing its grisly past.
Photographer Cameron Burnell takes a trip out to Kapiti Island, where the birds rule the roost.
Repeat offender's modus operandi involved putting his phone in shopping baskets.
Levin boy's half-brother appears in court charged with his murder.
38-metre long concrete beams have been craned into place over the Waikanae River.
Three month postponement for the charge of murdering Kiaong Tan, in Wellington.
Richard Hawkins was made a special patient for killing his brother 14 years ago. When released, he stabbed a stranger.
"I couldn't find her, I couldn't hear her. Then it was panic, panic, panic."
"I looked up and there she was, and my heart went a little quavery."
A DHB warning about anti-vaxxer Chris Savage was sparked by a man being hospitalised.
Repeated "conflict" with pedestrians prompts Wellington to consider a bells-on-bikes rule.
Many Wellington schools are full and thousands more students are forecast to arrive in the next 30 years, so do we need a new school in Wellington?