"By its nature" by Josienne Van Maarsween was inspired by interior decoration and the decadency of the baroque and rococo.

WOW rejects find spotlight

When you can't WOW you can still AWE with a new show giving a second chance for World of WearableArt (WOW) rejects.

Dad's care under fire 

Navaratnam contacted The Health and Disability Commission earlier this year about what she believed was "sub-standard ...

Father was bleeding from the mouth but staff insisted it wasn't serious,says daughter.

The 'entitled' drug lord

Steven Blance said if someone paid him $5000 a week he wouldn't have to deal millions of dollars of 'crack'.

School traffic a vicious 'cycle'

The more the traffic is jammed, 'the more parents want to drop off their kids'.

Passengers see flames video

6:56 PM  Passengers saw flames coming from the  plane's engine as it circled over the ocean.

Poacher becomes game

Photo of slain 'unbelievably unusual stag' led police to poacher.

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News

Tramping injures one in 300

A new report crunches the data on tramping incidents, hoping the insights will guide work to make the pursuit safer.

17 min ago  More than 5500 trampers were injured in NZ in the past year. A new research project aims to improve that.

4.9M quake shakes Hawke's Bay

7:20 PM  A magnitude 4.9 earthquake has struck Hawke's Bay, near Porangahau, one of four quakes to shake the region.

Baby in car during pursuit

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business

Print is alive and well at Caxton gallery video

Caxton Press is one of many traditional printing firms embracing new technologies and finding a new business niche.

Indian tourists coming here to chill out

Queenstown is a favourite destination with the growing number of Indian families choosing to holiday here.

New Zealand's chilly winter temperatures attracted 7000 more Indian tourists in May, but there was also a big jump in Kiwis heading for warmer climes.

Wellington Gold Awards turns 20

Huhana Smith, left, and Rachel Rouge, of Massey University's College of Creative Arts attended last year's Wellington ...

It started as a way to make Wellington businesses feel valued, 20 years later it's still going strong.

Spark Central for sale - again

The Wellington Company director Ian Cassels has put Spark Central on the market for the second time in five years.

A bid worth $180m failed to get across the line in 2013, so the building owner is trying again.

Transpower offices win supreme award

Transpower's new office at 22 Boulcott Street in Wellington took home more than one award at Friday's Property Council ...

Transpower's new award-winning Wellington office was once housed the Evening Post's printing presses.

Comment

Prison reform meets reality

Incarceration at least keeps offenders away from the community.

OPINION: Prison doesn't rehabilitate offenders very well but it's good at punishment and containment.

Answer to big power bills

Amanda Larsson: Even power companies with 100 per cent renewable electricity generation don't want to see Huntly power ...

OPINION: Families shiver in their homes while big power companies make millions off electricity, says Greenpeace.

Danger is our constant shadow

Eurydice Dixon was raped and murdered as she walked home from performing a comedy gig.

OPINION: Women are always concerned for their safety, but they shouldn't have to be.

Why plumbers rank above MPs

15032018 News JOHN BISSET/STUFF.  ACT MP David Seymour wants people to vote for his End of Life Choice Bill, which will ...

OPINION: David Seymour is wrong - about plumbers and about euthanasia.

Better pay, still no takers

The aged care sector is still stuggling to attract Kiwi workers, despite recent pay increases.

OPINION: A year on from landmark pay settlement, few Kiwis apply for caregiver jobs.

Culture

WOW rejects find spotlight

"By its nature" by Josienne Van Maarsween was inspired by interior decoration and the decadency of the baroque and rococo.

When you can't WOW you can still AWE with a new show giving a second chance for World of WearableArt (WOW) rejects.

Bringing Māori art to the people

A new public art series, known as Puawānanga - Stars of the forest, was heavily influenced by Māori cosmology, in ...

A series of artworks that acknowledge and celebrate Matariki have been installed around the capital.

What's on in Wellington

USA and Canada to Face-off In the 2018 Ice Hockey Classic Touring, Westpac STadium, June 23.

Want to see your event in this list? Visit nbly.nz/dom and fill out the online form with your event details. Make sure you do this at least one week before your event. Inclusion is at the editor's discretion.

The boy from Kawerau

It took Tapiki-Thorpe about 16 months to begin hormone replacement therapy.

Growing up trans is tough. Being trans and living in a region can be even tougher.

Name change 'bloody brilliant'

Artist impression of Wellington signs in Te Reo. Wellington City Council's  Te Reo policy - Te Tauihu -  will see ...

Council unanimous vote to rename Wellington's Civic Square to Te Ngākau Civic Square welcomed by mayor.

Capital Life

What's on in Wellington

USA and Canada to Face-off In the 2018 Ice Hockey Classic Touring, Westpac STadium, June 23.

Want to see your event in this list? Visit nbly.nz/dom and fill out the online form with your event details. Make sure you do this at least one week before your event. Inclusion is at the editor's discretion.

Airing Wellington's dirty laundry

Daniel Lowhon lives rough on Wellington's streets and said the homeless becoming more visible was a statement to society ...

Homelessness visibility rises as winter bites in capital.

Name change 'bloody brilliant'

Artist impression of Wellington signs in Te Reo. Wellington City Council's  Te Reo policy - Te Tauihu -  will see ...

Council unanimous vote to rename Wellington's Civic Square to Te Ngākau Civic Square welcomed by mayor.

Taxpayers asked for help with rent

Wellington City Councillors voted to let staff  develop "a fairer and more equitable"rental scheme for its social housing.

Wellington will appeal to Government for help to ease burden on low-income tenants.

Vasectomy on auction for abuse charity

Wellington Sexual Abuse HELP chief executive Conor Twyford, right,  presented a banner to Wellington City Councillor ...

Charity auctions medical procedure as fundraiser.

Sport

Westpac Stadium transformed to ice video

An ice hockey rink is been built at Westpac Stadium for the match between US and Canada teams on Saturday night.

Westpac Stadium has had a frozen facelift, in two days transforming from a grassy rugby venue into an ice hockey rink.

Netball premiership: Five things

Whitney Souness, right, and the Central Pulse rebounded from their first loss of the season with victory over the Magic.

Is there a better defender in the national netball premiership than Temalisi Fakahokotau right now?

A bluffer's guide to ice hockey

Vegas Golden Knights right wing Reilly Smith jumps out of the way of a shot stopped by Washington Capitals goaltender ...

Off to see Canada v US ice hockey? Take this handy guide.

Waka ama comes to Wellington

The day-long competition will see six paddlers working together as a team over two courses of either 8km for beginners ...

More than 200 kaihoe (paddlers) will descend on Wellington as part of Matariki festivities.

18 holes to stay at Berhampore

One of the camouflaged cameras Wellington City Council has installed on the Berhampore golf course.

Money saved by partially closing Berhampore golf course dwarfed by budget blowout next door.

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