Amphibious vehicle just one of many on display at the MTA car show.
The pedestrian in her mid-twenties was hit by a car in Makauri, Gisborne.
The Very Rev John Murray worked to bring his church into the present, and dedicated his life to campaigning for what he believed in.
Custom cosmetics are a big deal in New York, and now they're available in Lower Hutt.
Donald Hancox admits his actions were illegal, and is freed after 10 months in jail.
Traffic is flowing freely again after long northbound delays on the Kapiti Coast.
Foreign doctors were lured by big salaries at a Wellington hospital - but "St Vincent Ranui" doesn't exist.
Inquiry into who was behind pokie machine operations was flawed, says lawyer.
He was targeted in a Wellington storage facility fire jailed for his part in a drug ring - now he's been jailed.
Couple had venue booked, and invitations sent, when Amora announced closure.
Consumer NZ finds many pre-made survival kits, designed to save lives, lack key items or have poor-quality gear.
Woman who allegedly set fire to home of family who took her in now fears retribution.
The photography skills of a Wellington travel consultant helped a Kiwi team win an Amazing Race-style challenge.
Face-lift for dilapidated Wellington bay could leave ratepayers $1.5m better off each year.
This Porirua 10-year-old has big plans for the future.
After two million man hours, the motorway north of Wellington still isn't halfway built.
Your laughter can build a school for displaced migrant children in Myanmar at charity comedy gala.
Could a meeting in Tokyo next month say sayonara to Wellington's hosting rights?
Crown's claims of deception fall at several hurdles, says defence lawyer.
The George convicted again over its "substantially enclosed" smoking area.
Anglican church axed plans for WWII memorial, because it would have named Catholics.
Burns, puncture wounds, being spat on - better work stories?
Resident had "all the clinical features of Zika" after trip to Tonga last year.
Anzac Day or the right to protest - is one any more sacred than the other?
Crown alleges true control was concealed to deceive gambling authorities.
Ratepayers are being asked for their views on the proposed sale of council land.
Having your car stolen isn't fun, especially when it happens twice inside of a week.
Constable discharged without conviction after hitting a pedestrian while driving a police car.
A series of free microchipping sessions is at the heart of efforts to ensure all cats in the capital are chipped before a new bylaw comes into play.
The boozing is so bad in central Wellington, two streets may need closing at weekends.