Family relieved after insurance battle over car wrecked by tourist ends happily.
Vicar's compassion for grieving Wairarapa village results in century of Anzac tradition.
Bridge links pioneering community to rich wartime history, including dad's quaint gift to daughter he never met.
How RSAs prepare for gunfire breakfasts.... plus your insider's guide to Anzac Day services.
With the number of WWII veterans dwindling, authorities are looking at Anzac Day's future.
Expect delays this weekend on SH1 and SH2 because of people heading away for Anzac weekend.
Rescuers have had to give up attempts to save a whale stranded on a Wairarapa beach.
Coroner suggests more rescue gear after whitebaiter's death at Lake Ferry.
The owner of a Masterton cat believes it was intentionally covered in used motor oil.
Wairarapa businesses and individuals are being specifically targeted by internet thieves.
Should schools end the Kiwi tradition of kids starting one by one on 5th birthday?
Failed irrigation scheme puts debt-free farm $5 million in the red in just one decade.
World famous American photographer feels right at home in the Wairarapa sky
An old hut in the Tararua Ranges is getting refurbished after almost facing the chopping block.
The financial impact of a cancer diagnosis is "overwhelming"
Bandidos member in gun licence case claimed club was for law-abiding motorcycle fans.
Couple thought they had found the perfect bach, but now it's falling into the sea.
Lance Bryant knows all about rounding up sheep. Now he's trying to round up some boxing titles.
Highway safety improvements welcomed, but at what cost ask Wairarapa mayors?
Increased patrols, CCTV surveillance, it's all part of a plan to catch doggy doo bin abusers in Masterton.
NZ Army soldiers were relationship-building with the Tinui community last week by having a friendly cricket match in an eastern Wairarapa paddock.
Business owner at 22 the envy of his mates
New soaring centre represents 'huge' opportunities for region, pilots say.
Principal of troubled Wairarapa secondary school resigns.
Just one member of a team of runners from Wairarapa completed the arduous Antarctic marathon earlier this month as conditions worsened to the point that organisers had to call off the event.
Bridge is seen as a sedate game enjoyed by older people, but the intellectual challenge and underlying rivalries make for an exciting pastime.
Man hands himself in after alleged threats during a domestic incident in Wairarapa.
A Wairarapa-based agricultural training centre is paying back millions that it was overpaid for delivering courses.
Armed squad sent home, but police to continue hunting for man behind "threat" in Wairarapa town.
All areas around Wellington voted against John Key's preferred flag, but Maori and those in Labour seats were most unenthusiastic.