The British and Irish Lions rugby tour has finally rolled into the capital.
The beds are made and the bar is stocked as hundreds of Lions fans take up residence in 5-star luxury.
About $30m is expected to be pumped into Wellington during the British and Irish Lions games.
Medical services are bracing themselves for a busy week as a red sea of rugby fans flood into Wellington.
Kiwis never thought a passion for problem-solving and pub quizzes would take them to the world puzzle champs.
Teachers are the biggest influence on kids' success: From the Christchurch quake tragedy to Parliament's select committees, we meet some of NZ's finest.
All you need to know for the Lions' visit to Wellington.
Student will soon have her day in court as she challenges Paula Bennett on climate change.
Wellington residents could end up sharing electricity with neighbours after a disaster.
Go Pro footage and bouncer intel will be used to get Wellington's bar-goers to behave.
Colleen Warin's $367,000 debt to her parents has increased by another $14,000.
Bystanders rushed into help but only after the attacking squeegee bandit had fled.
The July 1 game in Wellington is sold out - but we can still get you there.
Completion of work on the Northland Tunnel has been delayed until September.
Costs created by gas emissions could mean higher fees and a rise in rates.
Tinakori Bistro is in liquidation, owing more than $300,000, including unpaid wages.
Future looks more uncertain with exit of McDonald's and optometrist OPSM.
Capital & Coast trades bygones for smartphones as Spark sheds bleeping pager network.
Council endorses plan to revamp Wellington's town hall but warn the $90m cost could climb.
Traffic flow has returned to normal around Upper Hutt after two earlier crashes.
Residents are being assured a solution will be in place by September.
A dilapidated and earthquake-damaged house in the central Wellington at risk of collapse has been torn down.
If a new Wellington waterfront development goes ahead, the commercial terms will be publicly released.
A TAB punter ended up with a cut to the arm after trying to stop a Lower Hutt aggravated robbery.
Beervana 2017 is set to to be the beeriest yet if ticket sales are anything to go by.
The Serious Crash Unit is investigating the death of a 79-year-old.
Technology has changed a lot since 1992, but an organisation teaching tech to seniors is still going strong
Niwa workmates celebrate the winter solstice with a plunge into the icy sea.
Wellington kids get a taste of Native American culture and dance.
Wairarapa woman's trip to a karate lesson with her kids nearly ended her life.