Nine years' worth of growth falls to the floor
Nine years' worth of dreadlocks fell to the floor in minutes all for Shave for a Cure.
A woman is in intensive care after a suspected altercation between rival gangs in Masterton.
Venessa Green's death points to need for safety review of Golden Mile, coroner says.
A bird killer with a penchant for trinkets is on the loose in Wellington.
The biggest road to be built through the Kapiti Coast for decades is beginning to look like, well, a road.
Ebola redzone nurse Bronni McBain says her time in West Africa was 'heart-wrenching'.
Hutt Valley police have arrested and charged a man over a racist rant incident filmed by a bus passenger.
An Otaki couple are heading to court after a frustrating 15-year battle over a "shonky" bridge preventing them from building their dream home.
A $3.3m investment is being made in Wakefield Hospital by its new owners.
Electricity in the air for CubaDupa
Sporadic weekend rain did nothing to dampen the vibe at Wellington's inaugural CubaDupa street festival.
Extra police deployed from Wellington to Masterton to help calm volatile gang scene.
Almost 4000 people descended on Upper Hutt and paid to frolic amid bursts of rainbow-hued powder.
A boy has been flown to hospital with critical injuries after falling off his mountain bike at a Hawke's Bay event.
Melbourne is abuzz and the sun is shining ahead of the Cricket World Cup final between New Zealand and Australia at the MCG.
#BacktheBlackCaps while wearing brown
A reinforced Beige Brigade will be making a splash of understated colour at the CWC final.
Ian Sinclair thought it was a quake, but it was actually a car hitting the flat next door.
A new $80 million office block is set to replace the quake-damaged BP House on Wellington's waterfront.
Palmerston North's most promising chefs appear to be able to take the heat after producing perfect yolky eggs and velvety hollandaise.
The Wellington Phoenix's fan club will be without a key piece of kit for tomorrow's first home game.
The jury in Mark Lundy's retrial will be sent out on Monday to consider whether he is guilty or not guilty of bludgeoning his family to death.
A space worthy of honouring the sacrifice of thousands of Kiwi servicemen and women can now be enjoyed by Wellingtonians and visitors.
Mayors are pledging ratepayers' money to help get a longer Wellington Airport runway.
Standing next to his grandfather's grave was a life-changing moment for Mark Sosene.
CubaDupa to go ahead 'rain or shine'
Brianne Kerr has done it. Now it is Cuba St's turn to transform from ordinary to extraordinary.
Sudden death of promising shearer Shaylyn Te Huia, 16, causes shockwaves.
An emergency tow truck will be stationed next to Wellington's urban motorway to reduce the gridlock.
Jonathan Coleman has admonished Wellington's DHB for its "recurring pattern of poor performance".
As the deadline for a threat to contaminate infant baby formula with 1080 looms the activists speak out.
Convicted murderer and paedophile Phillip John Smith has been denied parole.
Rain looks likely to fall on Wellington's inaugural CubaDupa festival.
The net is closing in on a man who unleashed a racist tirade against passengers on a Wellington bus.
MP Peter Dunne dismisses all Kiwi comedians, then expresses dismay to find himself the butt of their jokes.
Five workers were taken to hospital this morning after a gas leak at a Carterton bacon factory.
Popular balloon event back in the air
A nighttime balloon event could take off again at the Lift off Levin festival thanks to community support.
What does it mean to be Team Coffee or Team Tea?
Clive Peters thought he had the perfect neighbour – until the school's trees tore up his driveway.
Authorities deny claims blood meters are dodgy despite car crashes, children in hospital.
Study finds no NZ hospital has enough antidote on hand to treat even one patient for a full day.
The Akatarawa Rd between Upper Hutt and Waikanae is closed after a truck got stuck.
Two women and a man have been arrested over the gunpoint robbery of Napier's KFC.
Head-to-head debate over amalgamation pits Napier mayor against Hastings counterpart.
On Anzac Day 1932 50,000 people gathered to dedicate Mt Cook's carillon, the new National War Memorial.
Table-topping Phoenix face playing to a near-empty stadium thanks to Sunday's Cricket World Cup final.
Bosses should be willing to cut their staff a little slack come Monday morning, Wellington Employers' Chamber of Commerce says.
A great peal of sorrow and remembrance rang out over Wellington on Anzac Day 1932.
OPINION: National has botched the Northland by-election and not even the party machine is likely to retrieve it.
The murky financial ties between doctors and drug companies need to be exposed or patients will be the likely victims, a group of health experts say.
A wanted man has been arrested by plain-clothes cop in the middle of a cricket game at Wellington's Basin Reserve.
The damage to giant pot plants in an inner-city street is "like punching a puppy in the face", a cafe owner says.
Five-year-old Lucas Robins, born without a calf bone and a deformed thigh bone, has ridden a bike.
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