Cuba St carbon monoxide leak

Emergency services were called out to Cuba St, Wellington on Thursday morning after a carbon monoxide leak.

A carbon monoxide leak forced the evacuation of a central Wellington property on Thursday morning.

What's On in Wellington: From Oct 8

Katchafire front man Logan Bell during a set at Homegrown in 2015.

Music, dance, theatre, sport and more - it's all on in Wellington.

Court gives match to Lacoste

French firm Lacoste has cultivated its own breed of crocodile design.

The latest round of many disputes over the use of a crocodile design has gone to Lacoste.

Search for Alex resuming Thursday video

Alexander Fisher has been missing since early on Tuesday.

Ten-year-old Alexander Fisher has been missing for nearly 48 hours and the search will stop overnight.

More tsunami hazards for Wellington

With arms stretching toward Wellington and into Palliser Bay, the Cook Strait Canyon provides another tsunami risk in the earthquake-prone area.

Tsunamis 10 metres high or more could hit Wellington's south coast after landslides in undersea canyons.

Property firm out of liquidation

Lodge In The City accommodation on Taranaki St is owned by Portfolio Property Management director Craig Relph and managed by Portfolio.

High Court ends liquidation of Wellington property management company Portfolio Property Management.

Right to push for progress on Shelly Bay

Shelly Bay, site of a former Defence Force base on Wellington's Miramar Peninsula, may be made a "special housing area" with fast-tracked building conditions.

OPINION: The prime coastal spot has been a dump for too long - and Wellington should do what it can to get things moving.

Wellington airport ditches car park plans video

Bridge Street apartment owner Dora Koleff can't sell her properties due to the planned expansion of Wellington Airport

A Wellington woman claims she can't sell her properties after Wellington Airport decimated her neighbourhood.

Te Papa's origins in Museum St

Museum St today looking north from Bowen St. The grassy area and sculptures to the left of the photo is where the Colonial Museum once was. Parliament is to the right.

Museum St, a small street off Bowen St, now houses only the New Zealand Parliament buildings, but was once the home of early Wellington's pioneering spirit.

Keep up with the kaka-dashians

People will now be able to tune in to watch a family of Wellington kaka go about their everyday business.

A live video feed is giving people an intimate peek into the life of a family of kaka.

Porirua crash cleared

Police are at a crash in Porirua

A crash near Porirua has been cleared.

Hilltop homes proposed for Shelly Bay

Wellington's Shelly Bay could be a step closer to having a San Francisco-style makeover if the city council votes to designate it a special housing area.

Wellington's attempt at becoming the San Francisco of the South Pacific is gaining momentum.

Robber fails in Supreme Court bid

Rawiri David Lawson said he was innocent of one robbery despite his previous convictions for others.

Rawiri Lawson has lost his last shot at convincing a court he did not rob a supermarket.

Paintball shooter denied diversion

A man, whose name is suppressed, allegedly targeted children with a paintball gun.

A Porirua man accused of shooting at children with a paintball gun has been denied diversion.

Nun goes homeless for charity

Sister Catherine Hannan getting a taster of what it is like to sleep in a car.

More than 200 Wellingtonians will take to the street on Friday for World Homeless Day.

Former Foodstuffs sites in limbo

The former Tip Top Bakery in Hanson St remains vacant. The building is owned by Ryman Healthcare.

Two Wellington properties sold by Foodstuffs remain vacant after several years.

Camp ground threat to nearby schools

Peter Noble, Owhiro Bay School board chairman, is concerned about city council plans for a camp ground next to his school.

Owhiro Bay school are fighting a Wellington City Council proposal to site a campground alongside them.

Man reclaims stolen jacket

Daniel Nelson stands outside his Kiwi Community Arts Hub in Wainuiomata where a similar jacket to the one being worn, and hanging, was stolen.

A man whose leather jacket was stolen got it back after seeing the thief wearing it.

Newspaper tracks north

Passengers on The Dominion Post Readers' Rail Tour

Almost 90 people have left Wellington for 13 days on the The Dominion Post Readers' Rail Tour.

Capital's cycling mayor among world's best

Wellington Mayor Celia Wade-Brown, seen here on an electric bike, has been labelled "New Zealand's poster girl for cycling".

She's our "poster girl for cycling" and her leadership in Wellington is turning heads overseas.

Job losses at Ericsson plant in Porirua

240511 news/business photo  Stacy squires the press. ultra fast broadband. high speed internet.Multimedia communications contractors run out "micro duct" in Barton Street this afternoon. Micro duct houses the fiber optic cables  Rob Barrington (left) and Wayne Llewellin  feeds microduct underground

Ericsson is dumping one third of its staff at its Porirua factory, citing market changes.

End of the line for Capital's trolleys

Wellington's trolley buses are not due at the scrap heap until July 2017, but the first pieces of the overhead wire network have already disappeared from Hataitai.

The axe has fallen on Wellington's first trolley route, despite their demise not being scheduled until 2017.

Harvey Norman shoppers seek legal advice

A Harvey Norman online sale, which was wrongly priced, offered this furniture for $199.

Some Harvey Norman customers are considering legal action against the retailer over an online sales glitch.

NZ ad campaigns on wrong side video

AA says it appears the campervan was actually on the right side of the road but the image has been flipped, so it appears to be on the wrong side.

Tourism NZ may have been left red-faced, but one of our biggest rental car companies is also guilty.

Capital rugby fans well behaved

Fans cheer on the All Blacks at Wellington's Four Kings early in the morning.

Wellington rugby fans can drink beer while they watch the RWC but most opt for coffee.

The wind then the warmth

Strong winds have pounded New Zealand overnight.

After a gusty night, the lower North Island is in for some warmth.

'They failed dismally'

Sam Ashworth, from Preston, England, said he felt "pure disappointment" when he watched the English rugby team lose to Australia on Sunday morning at Four Kings bar in Wellington.

Wellington-based Englishman "sombre" after England's dismal Rugby World Cup performance.

Old Maccas now art space

Artist Simon Baker has taken over the Porirua McDonald's to bake bread and is encouraging other artists to come down and share recipes.

An abandoned McDonald's in Porirua has become the starting point for an art festival in Porirua.

Peter Jackson 'top tourism promoter'

Sir Peter Jackson's Great War Exhibition in the Wellington Dominion Museum commemorates the role played by New Zealand in World War One and has already attracted thousands of visitors.

Sir Peter Jackson was one of three Wellington-based winners at the national tourism awards.

Porirua's swinging street party

Sophie Taylor-Edwards, 9, tucks into one of the waffles at the Porirua 60s-themed street party. Taylor-Edwards is learning about the history of Porirua at Postgate School in Whitby.

Porirua went back in time on Friday to celebrate its 50th anniversary of being a city.

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