A dead little blue penguin in Wellington is being used as a reminder to keep dogs on leashes.
A project to band and follow tieke living outside the safety of the Zealandia has begun.
Commuter chaos could be on the way as Wellington's bus drivers reject pay offer from new boss and threaten to strike.
Fran Wilde and Celia Wade-Brown have scored high honours from the Queen.
Lobby group formed amid fears of another central Wellington flyover plan.
"What should the beating heart of the northern suburbs is on life support."
Chris Whelan will no longer lead Wellingon's economic development agency.
More than 100 police vehicles were caught speeding in first three months of 2017.
Courtroom audio link fails, so judge holds up signs for prisoner to read.
Women whose babies were taken from them continue fight for justice in Parliament.
Capital's Christmas festival to be held in November because December doesn't suit retailers.
They've stood the test of time, even in age of tablets and online shopping.
Children with a rare form of epilepsy had half as many seizures when treated with a cannabis product, clinical study shows.
Wellington's Radio Active was given a reprieve but a fundraising drive is underway to keep it afloat.
Some commuters are in for headaches as bus drivers hold stopwork meeting.
Despite delays, a new children's garden in Wellington is almost a reality.
Housing crisis can be solved by raising height limits in the suburbs, a report says.
Upgrades to Wellington's commuter trains have been put on ice while the council searches for $30m.
Mum took home an anti-psychotic drug from hospital and hid it in daughter's yoghurt, causing serious side-effects.
Multi-million dollar fraudster, behind scheme to build casino in Wellington, appeals sentence.
Almost a quarter of Wellington region's schools at risk of overcrowding, or already over capacity.
Wellington City Council has released plans to show what a proposed hotel or apartment building in the Paramount Theatre building could look like
Perimeters could be marked around ATMs to prevent intimidation of customers.
Another twist in Joanne Harrison fraud scandal, with concerns fraudster hid behing 'covert' security operation as suspicions were raised with her boss.
Engineering expert warns jumping from bus route to light rail is not as easy as it sounds.
Witness from David Tamihere's 1990 trial says he should keep suppression.
It's been a busy few months for Wellington's newest pop band, but they show no signs of slowing down
PR boss blames moral panic among the city's "establishment" for demise of sevens.
Misunderstanding at checkout ends in huge compo payout to sacked security guard.
If you have a free afternoon on Tuesday or Thursday, bring a torch to inspect some real estate in Seatoun.