A school has been struck by gastroenteritis which is also sweeping the wider community.
A broken-down tow truck blocking a motorway offramp has been removed by a second tow truck.
After a car crashed into one of the Onslow College's basketball poles today, the principal says 'even I could probably dunk it'.
The scene of a serious three-car crash has been cleared after an elderly woman drove the wrong way on to State Highway 2.
A blaze at a Karori scout hall which has left the inside of it gutted is being treated as suspicious.
The Johnsonville RSA has lost its battle to stay open, with liquidation now looking possible.
Contractors excavating a trench for ultrafast broadband ruptured a gas main in Kaiwharawhara today.
A man is hailing the country for its honesty after two children handed in his lost wedding ring.
Ben Walsh has set the bar high. The Tawa College year 12 pupil will tackle the national age-group swimming championships in Wellington next week.
A 50-year-old Wellington man died after suffering a heart attack in Makara Peak Mountain Bike Park on Saturday.
A car has driven through a fence and crashed in to a house in a north Wellington suburb.
Residents will have to put up with screeching trains on the Johnsonville line until at least the end of the year.
The chances of seeing a $300 million redevelopment of Johnsonville Mall before 2015 look slim if NZTA does not chip in for an upgrade of local roads.
State Highway 1 near Tawa has been reopened after a truck rolled on a corner earlier this afternoon.
Crofton Downs residents are concerned the planned expansion of the suburb's Countdown store has forced the closure of several local businesses.
Khandallah New World has bought two adjacent properties with an eye on future expansion.
A man riding with a cyclist killed on a Wellington road questions the official version of events.
A small diesel spill north of Wellington this morning has been contained.
Traffic is backed up in Crofton Downs after a woman crashed her car and fainted.
Residents along the Johnsonville train line say screeching is still a nuisance - eight months after the Matangi trains were introduced.
Several streets in the Wellington area are named after prominent settlers and their families.
Serious injuries on the Rimutaka Hill Rd are increasing and it is now among NZ's most dangerous.
A Tawa woman allegedly murdered by her former boyfriend was 'more perfect than perfection', her grieving son said at her funeral.
Devastated family: 'She only saw the good'
A Tawa woman allegedly murdered by her former boyfriend will be farewelled in Wellington today.
Porirua residents are the least prepared in the Wellington region for a major disaster while those in the Hutt Valley and Kapiti the most.
A big quake could leave Wellington reliant on barges and helicopters for survival, new predictions show.
The controversial Lord Mayor title suggested as part of a Wellington regional council will be scrapped.
Armed police pulled two men from a car in Northland and arrested them in relation to an earlier firearms incident.
Tawa's swimmers may have been homeless for a year, but not having a pool has not affected their form.
Wellington homeowners face higher rates as quake-proofing costs hit commercial property values.
A skateboarder dislocated their shoulder when they collided with a car in Wellington today.
House values in some Wellington suburbs have jumped up in the latest rating valuations while one suburb is down 5 percent.
Work has begun on cutting down 70 pine trees after four fell onto SH1 earlier this month.
Water flowing back into Tawa Pool is music to Shaun Pallett's ears.
Tawa's tasty secret is out - the best ham in New Zealand can be found at Main Rd butchery Cameron Harrison.
The competition is hotting up on NZ's Got Talent but for Churton Park's Jessie Hillel, it's just ''really fun''.
A Tawa college student brought home 10 medals from the national short course swim championships in Kilbirnie this month.
Olivia Wickens is albino, partly blind, and 10 years old, but none of that stopped her from keeping up with the Silver Ferns.
Popular coffee spot Aro Cafe will be closing for much of the summer for earthquake strengthening.
Lengthy delays for northbound commuters
The motorway north of Wellington is now clear of fallen trees after lengthy traffic delays for evening commuters.
Wellington City Council has voted to renew the lease for the Brooklyn wind turbine's site for another 20 years.
Cherry blossom trees at Katherine Mansfield Park were vandalised so badly on the weekend they had to be removed.
Northbound morning motorists faced a slower climb up the Ngauranga Gorge this morning after a truck broke down in the centre lane.
For Steph Knight, it's all about less mess. The Tawa mum has seen her passion for organising grow into a fledgling business, and word-of- mouth and Facebook is bringing the clients in.
Louis Fenton has achieved one of his footballing dreams by landing a professional contract - although he thought the initial call from his gaffer last week was a wind-up.
A grieving father will return to work for the government refusing to release details of the death of his triplets.
Work to upgrade the Ngauranga to Karori bulk water supply pipeline starts on Monday and is expected to take seven weeks.
Kelburn Normal School faces EQ work
Students at Kelburn Normal School are being moved out of their classrooms into temporary buildings as earthquake strengthening work is carried out.
A 65-year-old Wellington woman who went missing today has been found safe and well.
Old photos returned to owner
A collection of old photographs that were found on the doorstep of a Johnsonville kindergarten earlier this year have been returned to their owner.
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