Plans are afoot to close Courtenay Place party zone to traffic from 10pm at weekends.
Victoria Cross recipient at ease with the public during Anzac Day services.
Wellingtonians are being invited on "a cultural safari" when the Africa Film Festival hits the capital in May.
Tyrone the puppet has a big smile, but don't let that fool you - he doesn't belong on Sesame St.
Gulfstream jet with blocked flight tracker credentials touches down in Wellington.
Wellington developers claim council land at Shelly Bay could be sold for fraction of its $10m value.
"They really look like lights dancing back and forth."
DOC furious over killing of protected bird, which could lead to a two-year jail sentence or a $100k fine.
Dyslexic Dominic Hoey learned to write at eight years old - now the published author and poet is teaching writing courses.
Clean-up reveals mayor's anger with slow progress - but council's own landfill also under fire.
Tenants, engineers and landlords have "differences in opinion" over occupancy of high-rise office building post quake.
Infestations and poor weather proofing raise earthquake concerns in inquiry into city housing stock.
Colourful performers, exotic peacocks and fierce fighters came together to celebrate diversity.
PVC gumboots, still made at Wellington's Bata factory, are as Kiwi as Fred Dagg.
Man injured after bicycle and car collide in Makara, Wellington.
Here's everything you need to know for services and events across Wellington, Wairarapa and Hawke's Bay.
State Highway 2 north of Wellington reopens after a landslide that hit two cars.
Police say they've found Jayda Harris, who left home about midday on Friday and disappeared.
A new cycle of the New Zealand Secondary Students Choir has begun, with a week-long camp in Wellington.
A statue just 7.5cm high played God against the devil and made some question if our national museum belongs to us all.
Darth Vader and Jedi summoned as Wellington Brass Band chases fifth national title.
Sam Hopkins becomes the first to sound Wellington Hospital's new end-of-cancer treatment bell.
Man exposed himself to women on popular walking track on four occasions, police say.
Invasive species "homogenise" indigenous environments.
Bernie the beloved shop dog may get a memorial, and the Wellington mayor is open to the idea.
Susan Austen was already accused of importing a euthanasia drug after the death of Annemarie Treadwell in 2016.
The body found in Wellington Harbour was that of a middle-aged woman, police say.
New Wellington cafe's $2.50 offer may be great for customers, but what about growers?
Cuba St store will have two live performances to mark International Record Store Day.
OPINION: Not every old building should stay standing simply because it is old.