Daniel White says fans should demand more fantasy films ... starting with his own.
Legal arguments continue over man detained since 2006 for smashing windows.
Metlink has warned that this morning's disruptions may continue until Monday.
Wellington teen's killer given another chance, after three previous paroles failed.
Nick Smith releases list of streets most at risk of falling facades and parapets in an earthquake.
Wellington enjoyed significantly more 'beach days' in February, after the worst January in 30 years.
Traffic diversions are in place after a vehicle flipped, blocking one lane of Chaytor St.
Concerns over safety areas at proposed airport extension upheld by court.
Island Bay locals want the final say on what to do with their controversial cycleway to be 90 per cent theirs.
But councillor questions whether there are better, and cheaper, ways to deal with rubbish.
How to have zero waste from a festival - using crockery instead of paper plates.
Fog that covered Wellington mid-morning has mostly cleared.
Capital can't build homes quick enough to keep pace with population growth, leaving it thousands short.
Violinist Benjamin Baker is returning home as the only Kiwi finalist in the Michael Hill International Violin Competition
OPINION: The Greens have come up with a smart play, but it's not guaranteed to work.
International students are increasingly choosing to study in Wellington, and the capital is cashing in.
Should a severely disabled man's rights outweigh community safety, court is asked.
Woman wakes to find a strange man in her Wellington home.
When authorities did not trust a key person, his influence was hidden, court told.
At least four more cases of the disease have been reported in Wellington.
This summer didn't have much to boast about, but Wellingtonians had something - until Sunday night happened.
A new player in the craft beer game has arrived at the old Dunlops factory as Upper Hutt's push for an industry destination hub grows.
OPINION: Are the rest of us sloths supposed to look on admiringly at these narcissists, asks Jane Bowron.
Te Papa closes its research facility, because even dead fish need to be safe in an earthquake.
Kiwi man Brendon Demmocks has been left in a coma after a horror water accident in Melbourne.
OPINION: It's a crying shame our police hierarchy is so willing to sweep a drink-drive conviction under the carpet.
Animal activist honoured with renaming of SPCA hospital in her name.
Pig pen that starred in Mike King's animal welfare expose has gone up in flames, alarming neighbours.
The 1951 Waterfront Dispute was so bitter that children were made to eat lunch on the other side of the playground.
Get some fresh air and exercise, all while helping ensure cancer patients can access physiotherapy and rehabilitation.