The saga around a fence blocking a neighbour's million dollar Wellington Harbour views is heading to the High Court.
Police catch man trying to climb the same crane Jamie Gibbon died jumping from in March.
Much of the red tape standing in the way of a San Francisco-style makeover of Shelly Bay has been removed.
Wellington police try to return a camera lost at the airport to its rightful owners.
Amnesty International says New Zealander Philip Blackwood is a prisoner of conscience in Myanmar.
A judge throws out two demerit points driving suspensions, potentially affecting thousands of others.
A caller has made threats to "blow someone away" at a central Wellington Inland Revenue.
Museum St, a small street off Bowen St, now houses only the New Zealand Parliament buildings, but was once the home of early Wellington's pioneering spirit.
A carbon monoxide leak forced the evacuation of a central Wellington property on Thursday morning.
Music, dance, theatre, sport and more - it's all on in Wellington.
The latest round of many disputes over the use of a crocodile design has gone to Lacoste.
Ten-year-old Alexander Fisher has been missing for nearly 48 hours and the search will stop overnight.
Tsunamis 10 metres high or more could hit Wellington's south coast after landslides in undersea canyons.
High Court ends liquidation of Wellington property management company Portfolio Property Management.
OPINION: The prime coastal spot has been a dump for too long - and Wellington should do what it can to get things moving.
A Wellington woman claims she can't sell her properties after Wellington Airport decimated her neighbourhood.
A live video feed is giving people an intimate peek into the life of a family of kaka.
A crash near Porirua has been cleared.
Wellington's attempt at becoming the San Francisco of the South Pacific is gaining momentum.
Rawiri Lawson has lost his last shot at convincing a court he did not rob a supermarket.
A Porirua man accused of shooting at children with a paintball gun has been denied diversion.
More than 200 Wellingtonians will take to the street on Friday for World Homeless Day.
Two Wellington properties sold by Foodstuffs remain vacant after several years.
Owhiro Bay school are fighting a Wellington City Council proposal to site a campground alongside them.
A man whose leather jacket was stolen got it back after seeing the thief wearing it.
Almost 90 people have left Wellington for 13 days on the The Dominion Post Readers' Rail Tour.
She's our "poster girl for cycling" and her leadership in Wellington is turning heads overseas.
Ericsson is dumping one third of its staff at its Porirua factory, citing market changes.
The axe has fallen on Wellington's first trolley route, despite their demise not being scheduled until 2017.
Some Harvey Norman customers are considering legal action against the retailer over an online sales glitch.