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.
From the Rounds the Bays to Napier's art deco festival, we're spoiled for choice this weekend.
Killer could have seen home detention sentence torn up, but judge shows compassion.
All Friday flights are cancelled due to the weather but at this stage Saturday's programme is still going ahead.
Watch out for UFOs over Wellington Harbour.
Former farm boy turned celebrity chef returns to give something back to his hometown.
Former road racing team-mates blitz epic mountain bike stage race through the middle of the South Island.
Palmerston North buildings chosen for a spot check on engineers' design work.
Two Wairarapa police chases ended in dramatic fashion on Thursday and Friday.
Five months after her rental was sold, paraplegic Sarai Moa still has no home.
Early last year, a morning's work nearly turned deadly for a young Wairarapa forestry worker.
Wairarapa has long been considered Wellington's playground but now the provincial heartland province is attracting more international visitors than ever before.
A trainee electrocuted at an egg farm near Masterton shouldn't have been working unsupervised, judge says.
Police found shotgun, ammo, a Queen's Service Medal, passports and jewellery.
Rain-damaged bridge on SH53 in Wairarapa will remain closed until Friday.
Wairarapa bridge has been shut for repairs after last week's heavy rain.
Junior bowler wins Women's open title for second year running.
Makoura College's technology class is set to to build an easily transportable modular house this year.
It's been bloody unpleasant, say farmers of a season of consistently ferocious wind.
Wairarapa air show will feature Air Force's recently acquired aerobatic aircraft.
Sallies frustrated at having to spend thousands on dumping other people's rubbish.
Expensive waste water project bucks doubters.
Increasing numbers of people are choosing to live in Wairarapa while working in Wellington.
'Most people would be amazed' at scale of litter problem
New acts announced for Wings of Wairarapa.