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The disappearing price of premium

Petrol stations don't show premium fuel prices anymore and it allows gouging, AA says.

Street closed by slip

The road will be closed overnight between the Devon St/Essex St intersection, and the intersection of Landcross St and ...

A section of street in Aro Valley has been cordoned off and a house evacuated after a slip has come down.

Wind hits Wellington flights

Flights have been disrupted in the capital, and some have been diverted.

Winter's bite is back video

Wellington in the firing line with gale-force southerlies on the way.

A disgrace disguised by dollars

OPINION: $12m for Wainui High School is welcome, but overdue. $12m for school upgrade

Eight-year parking saga over

Long-running stoush over Wellington parking permits finally ends in Court of Appeal.

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News

Snow expected to ease

Tekapo was temporarily cut off by snow on Thursday.

Conditions look set to improve down south, but thunderstorms threaten the North Island and gales hit the capital.

Councils say no to intercepting emails

Council chief executives see no reason for intercepting emails - a practice Horowhenua District Council's boss uses to "protect" his staff.

$7m for 1.7km cycleway?

Tweeter answers new call

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$7m for 1.7km cycleway?

The layout of Wellington's Island Bay cycleway, which places the bike lane between the kerb and parked cars, has divided ...

Design options reveal the costs of solving Wellington's cycling dilemmas.

Tweeter answers new call

Wellington barrister Pheroze Jagose was sworn in by Chief justice Dame Sian Elias.

Newest High Court judge described as kindly, scary-looking, and grammatically correct.

Kiwi Property on hunt for new CEO

Chris Gudgeon, chief executive of Kiwi Property, in the dining precinct of its recently revamped Lynn Mall shopping ...

Longstanding chief executive to leave country's biggest listed property firm.

Private cancer centre opens video

The facility is set to treat hundreds of patients each year and, from next year, will include multi-million dollar ...

Wellington hospital's former Christmas decorations storeroom has been transformed into a private cancer care centre.

Skiffington freezing order made

Former Tenths Trust chairman Sir Ngatata Love is serving a jail term for obtaining by deception. (File photo)

Half-shares of five properties frozen.

Comment

The price of 'progress'

Parents pay attention to their cellphones, not their kids.

OPINION: The digital revolution has put enormous power in the hands of people but where's the accountability? 

Addicts are people too

OPINION: Fiona Hutton has seen close hand the pain drug use and addiction can cause. Marginalising and criminalising users is not the answer, she says .

Synthetic highs and lows

A police photograph of synthetic cannabis seized during a drug raid in Auckland.

OPINON: A mismanaged drugs market has led to a health crisis.

A disgrace disguised by dollars

The $12m spending "covers essentials for running a school of 750 students, it won't start for two years, and will ...

OPINION: $12m for Wainuiomata High School is welcome, but long overdue.

Love must forfeit knighthood

Former Tenths Trust chairman and Te Puni Kokiri chief executive Sir Ngatata Love is serving a jail term for obtaining by ...

OPINION: Ngatata Love should certainly lose his knighthood following his conviction for fraud. But the Government might not decide to take this step.

Culture

Friday's crossword solutions

Crosswords

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

Thursday's crossword solutions

Crosswords

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

WWI exhibition could be extended

Sir Peter Jackson's personal collection features in the Great War Exhibition at the old Dominion Museum, which was ...

Question hangs over whether Sir Peter Jackson's Great War exhibition is popular enough to warrant Govt extension.

Matterhorn memories

Matterhorn, in one form or another, has called Cuba St home for 54 years.

From Fat Freddy's jams, to hobbits and family milestones - it all happened at the Matterhorn.

Wednesday's crossword solutions

Crosswords

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

Capital Life

New home for community Menzshed

Menzshed Wellington coordinator Ross Buckley (left) with 'sheddie' Colin Malthouse and Menzshed volunteer Alan outside ...

DIY community project group finds new home in Hataitai after two-year hunt.

Join the Readers' Rail Tour

A regular tour-goer says travelling by train is a great way to see the country.

The 2017 Dominion Post Readers' Rail Tour will travel throughout the North Island.

Step back in 'Horn time

Mary Tresch, a Swiss immigrant, started the iconic Matterhorn restaurant in Cuba st which is due to close after 54 years.

Mary Tresch remembers opening Wellington's Matterhorn, which was told this week it must close.

Matterhorn memories

Matterhorn, in one form or another, has called Cuba St home for 54 years.

From Fat Freddy's jams, to hobbits and family milestones - it all happened at the Matterhorn.

Great Greek without going to the Med

The sesame crusted feta with honey and thyme.

We go Greek. All taste, no cliches.

Sport

Coles in, Savea out for Canes

Julian Savea has been benched for the semifinal against the Lions.

Dane Coles will lead the Hurricanes out in his 100th appearance, but Julian Savea is relegated to the bench.

Wallabies prop joins Hurricanes

New Hurricanes prop Toby Smith carts the ball up for Australia against Argentina at the 2015 Rugby World Cup.

Hurricanes say goodbye to the Tongan Bear and hello to a Wallaby.

Laumape searching for space

Hurricanes second five-eighth Ngani Laumape has been copping plenty of attention lately.

Hard running Ngani Laumape is an increasingly marked man, but that might open up chances for those around him.

Pulse look to retain bulk of their squad

Coach Yvette McCausland-Durie is satisfied with the way she got her messages across to the Central Pulse this year.

Tiana Metuarau and Whitney Souness the latest Pulse players to re-sign.

Capital Football want youth clarity

Capital Football chief executive Richard Reid.

A forum in October, with the prospect of accreditation for clubs and academies, will attempt to unclutter the complex world of youth football in Wellington.

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