Rab and Lisa Dall left jobs in English prisons for jobs in Kiwi ones ... and they're not the only ones
The July 1 game in Wellington is sold out - but we can still get you there.
Technology has changed a lot since 1992, but an organisation teaching tech to seniors is still going strong
A chance meeting results in celebrated Italian musician coming to Wellington.
Her passion for Bharatanatyam, a classical Indian dance, earned her an honour for her contribution to the ethnic and dance communities.
Sick of sock shopping? Wellington students may have the answer in LetterSox.
Te Papa wants to make the Maori new year festival an event of national identity.
As young baristas battle it out for bragging rights, coffee judges spill the beans on what makes a good cup
Three Maori brothers roadie to Wellington, stumbling upon important historical moments and meet not-yet-famous faces
Australian actor Alan Lovell brings sellout show about Camino de Santiago experience to Wellington for one night only.
Helene Kay set herself a goal of walking a half marathon, just over a year after she underwent a double heart valve replacement
Now in its fifth year, the Wellington Jazz Festival is returning with more music than ever before
An exhibition exploring Katherine Mansfield's love for Russia 'thrills' visitors in Wellington.
Every morning, down the middle of a dining table in suburban Wellington, battle lines are drawn.
Four-day festival attracts some big names to "Wellington's best-kept secret".
All the way from Brazil to the home of The Lord of the Rings
As the 13th Vodafone Pacific Music Awards draw near, Wellington finalists reflect on what the awards mean to them and their people.
Wounded, a new temporary exhibition, has opened at The Great War Exhibition.
They've stood the test of time, even in age of tablets and online shopping.
Wellington's Radio Active was given a reprieve but a fundraising drive is underway to keep it afloat.
Wellington City Council has released plans to show what a proposed hotel or apartment building in the Paramount Theatre building could look like
Upper Hutt man has been repairing books for over 50 years.
Hungarian chocolate swirl, almond croissants and freshly baked bread on the menu at the new Thorndon patisserie.
It's been a busy few months for Wellington's newest pop band, but they show no signs of slowing down
Richard O'Brien and Suzy Cato are among 15 celebs donating art to raise money for families raising children with disabilities.
Wellington East Girls' College's environment committee aims to slash school's carbon footprint: starting with solar panels
Wellington to get its first winter festival, complete with a burning effigy named Somnium.
He Tohu is a new permanent exhibition, featuring three of New Zealand's constitutional documents.
Douglas Stichbury credits Parkin Drawing Prize win with raising his profile.
Te Papa and the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm announce the repatriation of a handful of ancestral remains.