Shelly Bay will not be sold to the Wellington Company after members voted against it.
The 10 most popular pix have been chosen in the Canon Kiwi summer photos contest.
Special-needs students will be able to request their writers to type their assignments.
The 1200-strong cast of the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo won't go hungry on Dilys Grant's watch.
Morris Suckling tells appeal judges he has done nothing wrong and is not guilty of tax charges.
The celebrity biologist and atheist suffered a minor stroke, forcing him to cancel his trip to New Zealand.
Carl Gifford, mastermind of Wellington's Carlucci Land, is in hospital with burns after his digger exploded.
Young professional women still encounter sexism in the workplace, says mentoring programme founder.
One person has serious injuries to their legs.
Fire seen across the city leaves a digger driver with serious burns to his hands and face.
Neighbours fear iconic views of St Gerard's Church and Monastery could be in jeopardy.
She was found negligent over advice she gave to couple involved in fight with finance company.
Pukeko Pictures' remake of cult TV show to be screened on demand on Amazon.
The water pipes outside your house look likely to be brought back in-house by Wellington City Council.
One of New Zealand's richest families has sold its entire vineyard holding in Marlborough.
A wreck worse than Wahine on Wellington's South Coast.
Kiwis might tout themselves as a sports-mad nation, but the reality is most of us are fat and inactive.
Councillor questions whether Sir Peter Jackson needs ratepayers to build home for his project.
Crash at Pukerua Bay leaves commuter traffic backed up bumper-to-bumper.
Police are warning people in the area to stay out of the water.
The Financial Markets Authority has challenged a High Court ruling that it breached a company's right to natural justice.
Wellingtonians today get to glimpse their plus-sized future.
Man whose fishtank overflowed and flooded neighbour's flat ordered to pay $10k legal bill.
Tasha Fierce is outrageously obsessed with Beyonce.
Wellingtonians can get a taste for transport without cars and buses on the road on the Miramar Peninsula on February 14.
Music, comedy, sport and theatre, it's all on in Wellington.
As the private boys' school celebrates its centenary, stories of 1920s crowdfunding and secret tunnels are revealed.
Founder of "real sex" site heads for Wellington to discuss difference between reality and porn.
Witnesses watch as brazen thief grabs armful of singlets from Footlocker store, then makes a dash for it.
Wellingtonians are spending money at home as they lap up abnormally warm temperatures.