A police chase has ended with police and a fleeing car hitting lamp posts.
AOS was called to a young man threatening a person with a gun, which may not have ever existed.
Council approved 10-storey hotel and apartment complex without notifying the owner of the heritage residence next door.
Wellington musicians to raise money for those affected by Manchester bombing.
Leave town and change your name: More detail of Joanne Harrison's $725k fraud emerges.
$6m to protect water supply may be first of several post-quake funding packages.
Councillor claims Government is playing politics with Wellington's transport system.
Congestion has now eased for commuters leaving Wellington city.
After being stolen for overseas audiences, 59 Maori and Moriori remains have come home.
A Lower Hutt councillor reckons he and his colleagues should ditch the catering and pack or buy their own lunches.
Disease appears not to be spreading in Wellington thanks to vaccine, health officials say.
Professor Jan Bernheim believes we should allow people to end their own lives, like his home country Belgium.
"He was woken by his dog. He heard glass breaking and got out."
Wounded, a new temporary exhibition, has opened at The Great War Exhibition.
Some filled suitcases with goodies as roughly 14,000 whet their appetites at The Food Show.
Some tenants of a central Wellington building will not return to offices on Monday pending a closer look at an engineer's report.
A cantilevered walkway could be used to reach Wellington's Shelly Bay development but ratepayers look set to foot some of the bill.
The children who excitedly file in to see Harold the Life Education giraffe are coming out with big life lessons.
Do the work and worry about the paperwork later, Wellington council tells landfill operators.
As famed showgirl Marissa Burgess opens her Cabaret de Paris here this weekend, one NZer recalls the life-changing experience of dancing with the notorious Folies Bergere.
Police have concerns for the welfare of 49-year-old John Griffen who has gone missing.
"Being homeless is a roller coaster that goes up and down, it's complicated that way."
Anna Pavlova helped crashed motor bikers and dispensed advice on feet. She was also an incredible dancer.
Budding film-makers flex their muscles through the Roxy5 Short Film Competition.
Scouts who sailed to UK in 1957 recall a life-changing trip around the world.
Jenna Davidson sought home detention. A judge didn't agree, but cut her sentence.
Road cones and work signs are appearing in Wellington's bike lanes, putting cyclists in danger.
Could you pass the ambulance call-takers' New Zealand geography test?
Massive 850-lot development in Waikanae could be just the start, says mayor.
Health officials say Wellington patient may have spread the illness before being diagnosed.