Screams were heard from a family home where two people, one a child, are thought to have died in a fire.
Police were called out to three armed robberies in Wellington overnight.
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A film company with a small budget has called in favours, but has a worldwide audience thanks to the web.
Adelaide Rd's history involves earthquakes, murder and trams.
An iconic building in Cuba St is being upgraded yet again.
Wellington Free Ambulance has been told to reinstate two paramedics after employment case.
Entrepreneurs behind eight startups have yet to prove they can turn prototypes into saleable products.
Ngaio School pupils have carried out their own version of the national flag referendum.
Wellington City Council's revenue from fines and penalties is dropping steadily.
Barbie shoes and Lego can be more dangerous than you might think.
A Wellington grocer was unlucky enough to be Chinese during a leprosy panic in 1903.
Influenza has killed at least two New Zealanders this year as the virus hit alert levels.
She has sailed Cook Strait since 2002 but now Santa Regina has left Wellington for good.
An actress took the good-luck message "break a leg" too literally when Wellington's Hannah Playhouse opened in 1973.
Neighbours noticed a smell which led to the discovery of a body in state house in Porirua.
Wellington On a Plate has left a lasting appetite in the capital, contributing millions to the regional economy.
Some Wellington supermarket shelves were banana-free at the weekend as a shortage continues.
Wellington is open for business and keen to attract Chinese investors to the capital.
A Wellington Zoo chimp will undergo a ground-breaking procedure in a last-ditch effort to save her "barely-there" ear.
A 4.4-magnitude earthquake near Eketahuna has rattled the lower North Island.
We name the Wellington restaurants closed for health reasons in 2014-15.
A fire in a Hawke's Bay flat has been put out.
A Wellington accounting company riding on the coat-tails of Xero has set its sights on further expansion.
Hospitality staff can slow down after serving thousands of mouths during a "hugely" successful Wellington on a Plate festival.
Latest man to go missing after his monitoring bracelet was cut once helped try to abduct a woman.
Wellington's world-class Broadcasting House radio studio met a grim end - first bowled, then burned.
There were no idle hands to interest the devil during New Zealand's first trolley derby in 1948.
Porirua Mayor Nick Leggett welcomes the car wash haters - at least now people are listening.
Wellington commuters could soon ride to work on double-decker buses.