Three options for a legal high district within Wellington's CBD have been mooted by the city council.
Miramar Peninsula is next in line for blue tsunami warning markers.
The Wellington Opera House is getting a major face-lift even though it has been yellow-stickered.
Drunk women assaulted weekly, say police as they appeal Wellington liquor laws.
Wellington businessman Tim Brown talks about working for Lloyd Morrison, Fringe Festival and being hit by a bus.
Zealandia's visitor numbers have hit a record high on the back of its lower ticket prices.
Empty for more than 25 years, the NZDF's former store and headquarters in Mt Cook could face demolition.
Two of Wellington's popular fruit and vegetable markets are operating on school grounds without permission.
An armed man is on the run after holding up a Wellington pizza shop, forcing a school into lockdown.
'Groundbreaking' police, refugee programme to fold
Lauded programme addressing attitudes of police and refugees to one another has run out of funding.
A year on from the local body elections and Wellington's six first-term councillors have got down to business.
A Wellington church will perform same-sex marriages, defying a directive from its national body.
A prominent waterfront office block has changed hands for $15.8 million.
The bill for the Basin Reserve flyover has grown again.
A popular Hawke's Bay's river spot is unsuitable for swimming because of the high amounts of bacteria caused by farm runoff.
Winter took a nip out of Wellington region's house prices, which fell almost 1 per cent in three months.
More than 900 homes in Wellington's northern suburbs are without power - and the weather's not to blame.
Bats wings its way back to Kent Tce
Bats Theatre is planning a return season of its own next month when it reopens in its Kent Tce home.
The pilot digital speed camera at Ngauranga Gorge has been criticised for an excessive blitz.
Home coffee-making became competitive at Wellington's first best amateur barista competition at Caffe L'affare.
Wellington's new Arras Tunnel has slotted straight into the central city landscape as if it had always been there.
A university sustainability project has become a popular green activity "Social Lab".
It will be pedestrians who get first look at the Arras Tunnel on Saturday before it opens to traffic next week.
Part of Shelly Bay is finally being spruced up, but Wellington City Council is not coming to the party.
Wellington High School students were sent home early on the last day of term after a circuit breaker blew this afternoon.
Red-light runners near Wellington's waterfront has prompted businesses in to call for new safety measures.
A church trust has its eyes on the heavens, with plans for a 19-storey apartment building in Welly.
Youth council calls for waterfront drink fountains
Wellington's Youth Council is fundraising to get a trial of drinking fountains on Wellington's waterfront.
Rain, leaves blamed for ongoing problems on the noise-plagued Johnsonville rail line.
Wellington City Council will break out the yellow paint and give parking in the city a shake up.
Prominent Wellington lawyer on drugs charges is taking his fight to keep his name suppressed to the High Court.
Train services between Wellington and Petone have been temporarily cancelled amid reports of water on the railway tracks.
Labour's Grant Robertson remains the Wellington Central MP, but his party is struggling in the capital.
National's win likely means controversial Transmission Gully roading project will be gearing up.
Wellington's political landscape will remain unchanged for another three years.
Victory by Labour candidates in the Wellington region offset a dismal party vote nationally.
Wellington region appears to be retaining its Labour MPs as vote counts near 100 per cent.
Grant Lyon was looking out his bathroom window the last time he spotted the neighbouring property on fire.
A controversial car hire service that delivers passengers home for cheaper than a taxi is now in Wellington, but there is no way the New Zealand Taxi Federation is giving it a free ride.
Tawa Goes to Town with 720 singers in biennial music festival that has taken place since 1982.
Parties outline stances on state housing, focusing on Wellington, where the issue has been a thorny one.
Motorists will soon be able to drive through Buckle St's Memorial Park underpass, five weeks early.
Two parking buildings damaged in last year's magnitude 6.5 earthquake are expected to reopen by Christmas.
Bond, lower Cuba set for summer revamp
Hundreds of thousands of dollars are being spent tarting up two central Wellington streets.
From supporter to world champion
She went to taekwondo classes to support her children but now she has her own medals.
The Gordon Wilson Housing New Zealand complex in central Wellington has been sold to Victoria University.
Two men have now appeared in court after a man was shot in Island Bay late last month.
Police appeal for witnesses after 45-year-old man stabbed at Wellington flat.
Te Tai Tonga is in the red for this year's election - Labour red.
$1.5 million council grant mean the Zoo's 'Meet the Locals' project will complete well ahead of schedule.
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