Fashion designer Youhan Khosho, 20, with his Resene Fugitive garment to be showed on the Resene Designer Runway in three ...

Young designer's big break

Student Youhan Khosho has earned a spot at New Zealand's biggest fashion event.

Suicide case trial dateĀ 

Susan Dale Austen had supporters outside on the days she appeared in the District Court.

12 min ago  Hutt Valley woman charged with assisting a suicide may face trial early next year.

Slip on Vogeltown road

7 min ago  Both lanes are closed and the number 21 bus is impacted as contractors work to clear Balfour St.

Cycle lanes a Kiwi-first

Proposed new lanes will allow Wellington's cyclists to ride against the flow of traffic.

Cross-town highway not needed

OPINION: The figures don't stack up for a major investment in a cross-town route to the airport.

Upper Hutt sales take off

Buyers are taking a fresh look at Upper Hutt's commercial property scene.

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Caravan thieves steal slice of history

The Brabham at the Hampton Downs race track in north Waikato.

Vintage car linked to Great Train Robbers was stored inside stolen caravan.

Do we have hazard fatigue?

Half of Kiwis don't trust official disaster warnings, with the "cry wolf effect" making younger and more educated people sceptical.

Ticketed in free car park

Treatment collapses lung

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Upper Hutt sales take off

132 Whakatiki St was sold for $1.2m to an out-of-town transport business.

Buyers are taking a fresh look at Upper Hutt's commercial property scene.

Ticketed in free car park

Shane Leach has been parking his motorhome in the free car park since November, but has been ticketed twice by Wilson ...

The tiny car park is a "hidden gem" free spot in the capital. That didn't stop Wilson Parking.

Lower Hutts' 'ugly duckling'

The George St property has a rateable value of $580,000.

A building that "won't be winning any glamour contests anytime soon" presents an opportunity.

Power firms look to people power

Any excess power is sold back to Contact.

Consumer-created power is a big part of the future for power companies, an expert says.

'Unglamorous end of fashion' video

Ninety per cent of textiles can be reused, but they are just on a one-way road to landfill, Casey says.

The Formary transforms used clothes into industrial textiles.

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Cross-town highway not needed

Looking north down Waterloo Quay towards Aotea Quay, in Wellington. A Let's Get Wellington Moving report in February ...

OPINION: The figures don't stack up for a major investment in a cross-town route to the airport.

Auckland not the only game in town

Kaitangata District Promotions member Evan Dick was behind the scheme to offer affordable house packages to encourage ...

EDITORIAL: Initiatives designed to help Auckland don't do much to help businesses, growth and people in the regions.

Year of the flood?

21072017 News. Photo: Mytchall Bransgrove/Timaru Herald. Wet weather rain storm cold water town wind flood. Flooding ...

OPINION: No-one can afford to be complacent, because the weather is going to get more extreme.

Drains: Not sexy, but needed

When the drains block, fixing them isn't pleasant.

Forget fancy council projects, most Kiwis just want the country to not turn into Atlantis every time it lightly drizzles.

Offer tax cuts for the childless

Green Party co-leader Metiria Turei has opened a can of worms.

OPINION: It's not just cows who are gross producers of waste. The Greens should realise this, writes Jane Bowron.

Culture

Tuesday's crossword solutions

Crosswords

Find the solutions to The Dominion Post's backpage puzzle here.

Young designer's big break

Fashion designer Youhan Khosho, 20, with his Resene Fugitive garment to be showed on the Resene Designer Runway in three ...

Student Youhan Khosho has earned a spot at New Zealand's biggest fashion event.

Festival trio a mixed bag

Attila the Hun was the pick of the three Young & Hungry Festival shows.

REVIEW: Annual theatre festival ends on a high.

Sewing up a storm for runway show

Wainuiomata High School students Claudia Groeneweg, left,  17, and Memories Lemaota, 17, show off the inspirations for ...

Hard work in high fashion pays off for Wainuiomata High School students

Monday's crossword solutions

Crosswords

Find the solutions to The Dominion Post's backpage puzzle here.

Capital Life

Young designer's big break

Fashion designer Youhan Khosho, 20, with his Resene Fugitive garment to be showed on the Resene Designer Runway in three ...

Student Youhan Khosho has earned a spot at New Zealand's biggest fashion event.

Huia Pool extension opens

Kerrie Ritchie, Lynda Feehan and Michael Walburton try out the new hydrotherapy pool at Huia Pool. They were part of a ...

New $9.3 million hydrotherapy pool gets a workout.

Giving away AEDs

Himatangi Community Beach Patrol were one of the three recipients of the June defibrillators.

Thousands more automated external defibrillators are needed in NZ, so a campaign has been launched to help

A slice of Cook Strait life video

Feeding time at the Bait House Aquarium draws the crowds, especially when there's an octopus involved.

Curious City: Creatures of the ocean make a splash at Island Bay aquarium.

Bars snub smokefree incentive

Hospitality members are reluctant to take up the council's offer, fearing it will alienate some customers.

Council offers to waive outdoor licence fee - but Wellington bars aren't tempted.

Sport

Basin's Pakistan ODI bonus

Captain Kane Williamson, right, and team-mates line up for the national anthem before the Black Caps faced Pakistan in ...

Basin Reserve won't host an England test but looks set to stage two ODIs against Pakistan in January.

Celebrations timed rugby team out

Masterton Red Star have received a valuable reminder about converting tries in a timely fashion.

With seconds to go, they scored a try. But their celebratory high-fives came too soon - and went on too long.

'Tough as teak' ex-AB dies

Tom Lister played eight tests as an All Black against, Australia, France, Wales, South Africa and the 1971 British and ...

South Canterbury's most-capped test All Black Tom Lister dies, aged 73.

Aumua set to roar again

Hooker Asafo Aumua was a powerhouse for the New Zealand under-20 side at the recent world championships in Georgia.

Try-scoring machine that is New Zealand under-20s hooker Asafo Aumua is primed for another big campaign with Wellington.

Hillier in top-20 in US

Daniel Hillier of New Zealand finished tied for 13th in the Southern Amateur, nine shots off the winner Karl Vilips of ...

Top Kiwi amateurs Daniel Hillier and Ryan Chisnall in top-25 in North Carolina.

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