Two commuters were allegedly ordered off bus to get change - only for driver to leave.
Wellington economic agencies are continuing to knock on Australia's door for business.
A record number of residents have given their feedback on the city's long-term plan ahead of public hearings.
New breathalysers cut out need for long trips to nearest police station.
A ten-metre miniature replica of the Battle of Chunuk Bair has been unveiled to the public.
A date has been set to hear the case against the woman accused of killing Adam Watkins.
Wellingtonians living under a rock would have been woken up to royal baby news by a loud 21-gun salute.
The trial over Mei Fan's 2013 death in Miramar has been delayed, probably until 2016.
Interislander ferry crew failed to raise questions over why 69 people got on, but only 68 got off.
Kiwi law graduate Andrew Row is off to Texas to volunteer his services for prisoners on death row.
Slingshot offers a financial reprieve to council flat residents who don't want UFB.
Weta Workshop has joined production of Cleverman, a new cross-Tasman TV drama that stars Game of Thrones actor Iain Glen.
The customer sent a polite private message, they responded with a public and expletive-filled missive.
The man who admitted murdering Derek Round in Whanganui says he had bad legal advice.
Pair charged after Singaporean tourists robbed in Levin supermarket car park.
Wellington City Council increases its annual grant to the Night Shelter, but not as much as was hoped.
A deluge of water flooded down Aro St, Wellington, flooding a low-lying flat and almost swamping a bed.
Wellington's first container cafe is serving up jobs for young baristas.
A Hutt Valley woman was sentenced to home detention while her daughter faces murder charge.
Margaret Cruickshank was New Zealand's first female doctor. She would also milk the cows and feed the baby
Alleged teeth-puller Philip Hansen told woman he was trained in dentistry, a court hears.
Dean Michael Vincent thought having a ball kicked at him in a prison yard was the start of something bigger and so made a pre-emptive strike.
He is just seven but Grayson Lunman can give even an All White a run for his money.
Five Wellington school pools face eventual closure as the fund which kept them running dries up.
Chance brings Peter Hillary and Jamling Tenzing Norgay to the same tiny village to seek shelter.
She could hear her teeth cracking as accused Philip Hansen yanked them out, she tells court.
Doctors worked under torch light after floods hit Wellington, cutting power and swamping homes and businesses.
Anti-fluoridation campaigners are likely to have their legal complaints bundled up for hearing in a single appeal, if necessary.
"Andrew was an irreplaceable part of my family ... he only ever served what he believed in."
Heavy downpours overwhelm some homes and infrastructure in the capital.