New Captain Hurricane wanted as long-time mascot Nathan Lewer retires after 21 years.
Importer says he'll "shake up the industry" with parallel importing of cars - saving consumers up to $10,000.
The Duke of Wellington's uniform has been gifted to the city museum.
Lines form at Te Papa, 15 hours before second-chance rugby tickets go on sale.
Wellington shops run out of jerseys, after failing to predict the team's success.
The long-time partner of a defendant in a drugs trial has had her inheritance returned.
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October trial set for estranged husband charged with murdering Mei Fan in Wellington.
Hurricanes to release up to 5000 more tickets as scalpers cash in on Monday's sellout.
OPINION: The Government's Australian flirtation only makes the sales of state houses more dubious.
Prosecution says drug ring used code in case police were eavesdropping - and they were.
Wellington's Taj Mahal toilets, now a pub, were occupied by Victoria University students in 1967.
Ambulance, fire and police rush to sinking car, unable to tell if anyone's in it.
Police arrest man who accused of robbing banks in Auckland and Wellington at knifepoint.
Tractors became a regular feature at Parliament after featuring in a 1987 protest.
Wellington supermarket says it will move "gauntlet of alcohol" from entrance within three months.
Pull the right book in Sir Peter Jackson's house and the bookcase will open to Bag End - the home of Bilbo Baggins.
Police had their guns out as they arrested a man in central Wellington.
Services have resumed on the Johnsonville line after an earlier land slip.
The doomed Wahine was hit by a second storm, ruining hopes of refloating the ship.
It's probably quite rare for a graduate of the New Zealand Police College to have most of their family in the force. But Glen Allan is one of the few.
About 70 apartments in the Century City block face a night without power.
After 67 years of marriage, they couldn't live for more than a couple of hours without each other.
Friends say much-loved Wellington lawyer John Marshall was about as close to perfect as one gets.
Building on the controversial Island Bay cycleway could start within a few months.
A hidden Wellington hilltop has a noble history as a pioneering Plunket maternity hospital.
Cranberries boosted a fundraiser's Anzac biscuit sales from an expected $400 to $8000.
After 77 years, a growing dawn service could be moved from the Cenotaph to Pukeahu.
A Wellington bus company has had its fine increased after 144 passengers complained about being trapped in bus doors.
OPINION: The NZ Super Fund has been a winner, so the Government should start paying into it again now.