Going from Carterton to Auckland and back in one day, Michael Kloeg takes his baking seriously.
New Zealand shearing's big guns are coming to town but there are some dark horses who could surprise.
When Forest Whitaker's Star Wars character needed to lose a foot, Sarah de Schot made it happen.
Sustainable Wairarapa to host climate change expert Dr Kennedy Graham.
A Masterton community trust is looking to sell $6 million of assets.
Former Superbike star not convinced ABS brakes would be a gamechanger in NZ.
Our series on the hidden interests of the region's councillors continues. This week, Jack Barlow talks fitness with the ever-active Deborah Davidson.
New music festival hopes to attract some of the country's best breakthough bands.
After a string of burglaries throughout Wairarapa, police have taken action.
When authorities did not trust a key person, his influence was hidden, court told.
International hockey is on its way to Carterton.
They came, they saw, they rocked.
How smart might animals be? David Harper will tell you.
Wings Over Wairarapa organisers are advising ticket-holders to be patient with ticket refunds.
Dairy sheep will be up for auction in Carterton next month, in a Kiwi first.
Pilots at Hood Aerodrome to contest who is New Zealand's best aerobatic flier.
It was tight, but the Masterton District Council is allowing shops to open on Easter Sunday.
Police seize more than 300 plants linked to cannabis operation in Featherston and Greytown.
Shoppers needn't stay home on Easter Sunday, the Carterton District Council has decided.
It's nearly D-Day for a decision on Easter Sunday trading in Masterton.
Masterton is inching ever closer to an up-to-date netball facility.
Wairarapa cricket aficionados will have another way to get to Saturday's Black Caps game.
Weather hurts, but doesn't ruin, Masterton A&P show's 130th anniversary.
Police are taking it to the streets in their fight against burglaries.
Wellington's weather gods save the best till last as the final week of summer arrives.
Masterton hosts some of Maori rugby's top talent in March.
Masterton junior swimmers excel at nationals.
Music teacher's grand piano, bequeathed to Martinborough community, has enabled the creation of a new music festival.
Wings continues tradition of bringing aviation fans together.
The Wings Over Wairarapa is cancelled in its entirety.