Packed funeral for teen remembered for his " awesome, outgoing character".
Police are searching for Featherston man Califf Anthony Dickson, who is believed to be in the greater Wellington area.
Day-long manhunt ends in remand in custody for Martinborough man, whose name suppression ended.
Martinborough is humming ahead of its colourful annual market fair.
Flight attendants on two Q300 planes served the assembled media and wine experts glasses of wine from the vineyards below.
Electrical contractor dies after shock in chiller's roof space.
Broadband was cut to some users in the lower North Island after a fibre optic cable was damaged in Hawke's Bay.
If rodeos were one-day cricket matches, bullrides are T20s: short, sharp and full of thrills.
A 14-year-old injured in a fatal crash faces charges as police send reinforcements to "shocked" town.
A judge is still deciding whether to bail a man arrested after a large search by armed police in south Wairarapa.
Having knocked off the New York Marathon, Catwalk Trust team heads to the Antarctica.
After a century in storage in the US, a precious korowai is headed back to Wairarapa.
Teens have attacked the home of a girl involved with theft of car that later crashed.
Man whose car was stolen by 15-year-olds in fatal crash hits out at "sob story".
Too many kids are facing the new school year without a decent breakfast, shoes or a raincoat, says charity.
A tramper has been rescued from bush in Wairarapa after activating his emergency beaker.
Grapes at Murdoch James Estate in Martinborough survive, and winery vows to bounce back.
Major industry survey finds bigger was better in the wine business in 2015.
South Auckland residents battle blocked drains and flooding but thunderstorms are expected to ease.
Small councils can't afford upgrades, traffic group says after coroner's safety call.
Mother pleads with council to upgrade the narrow Wairarapa road where her sons died.
Excess speed believed to be behind fatal loss of control on coast road.
As Fa'ali'i Alaimoana fought to keep his daughter's head above water, he thought it was the end.
A new exhibition at Wairarapa's Aratoi museum brings the history of the Featherston Military Training Camp to life.
Man who photographed the Carterton balloon tragedy says he has been freed from an African jail.
Figures reveal huge gap in donations, with top schools raking in $2m a year.
Rapidly rising levels of toxic algae has turned Masterton's Waipoua River into a health risk.
Featherston's military training camp to be immortalised in sculpture.
A supermarket owner has defended a council decision to allow a large sign in Greytown's heritage precinct.
Wellington itself is well stocked with water rescue gear, but its wider region less so.