Wellington's cycling mayor Celia Wade-Brown has peddled off into the sunset for the last time.
Mayor who wrote character reference now says player's actions were "absolutely despicable".
Strategy that could force Wellingtonians to earthquake strengthen their houses will be developed further.
Traditional Maori weapon will go to the winner of the Hurricanes v Lions game next year.
Responses to scandals come across as too cliched, says Otago University professor.
Just 11 days from local elections, Wellington's voting figures are well down on 2013 levels.
Decision could see cleaners and security guards' pay increase by 25 per cent, union claims.
It's not war, but it's not happy families either as two sisters are split on dividing their inheritance.
Victoria student leader calls for rise in teaching quality to match increase in fees.
A day of public scrutiny proved too much for Wellington Rugby.
National's Chris Bishop gets one over Hutt rival Trevor Mallard, but it's all in a good cause.
Judge at centre of public backlash discharged another rugby player on assault charge last year.
Hundreds of employees could be affected, but the cost to ratepayers is unknown.
Meth supplier got clean and turned his life around after being caught.
Tenants feared the shopping centre was dying a slow death but 'game-changing' plans are back on track.
It appeared the truck had hit the tunnel, possible damaging it, police said.
Wellington rugby player Losi Filipo's brutal assault cost a promising player his future, but he was let off so he could still play.
Rats and stoats have no place in Wellington, where an action plan has been announced to get rid of them forever.
Victoria University's Council has voted to increase all fees by 2 per cent in 2017.
A palm reading led to a Wellington woman being scammed by a witchdoctor.
A Leopard Seal seen on Plimmerton beach last week has moved on to Titahi Bay.
As a massive fire engulfed the Wellington house, fire crews had to rush back to their trucks to stop students stealing them.
Miramar is rumoured to be the first stage of plans to make Wellington predator-free.
Where shopping aisles once stood, people will now pray at the largest Sikh temple in the lower North Island.
CuriousCity: eight kitchen staff feed up to 450 diners three times at day at the Royal Police College.
The stabbing victim from a brawl in Naenae is now in a stable condition in ICU.
OPINION: A few men's egos got in the way of a hard-fought and momentous resolution to the Taranaki Treaty claim – the latest in a long, shameful history.
The capital has come up with a bold plan to soften the blow of a major earthquake and sea level rise.
A two-storey design for the Basin Reserve gained support from mayoral candidate.
Wellington City Council staff are "victims of their own success" with almost 200 employees taking home six-figure paychecks.