Woman charged with kidnapping and threatening to kill after Lower Hutt hostage situation.
Sixty young people turn out to hear from political candidates.
OPINION: Lower Hutt Mayor Ray Wallace wants a "blended family" working together to benefit the city.
Five stolen lambs, some just days old, won't be being properly fed, owner fears.
Darren Roger Miller, 41, is on the run from police.
Mini mart owner on edge after first robbery in 12 years.
A new plastic processing facility means 200 million bottles a year can be turned into recyclable food packaging.
Efforts to resolve Lower Hutt's free lunches debate descend into farce.
Summertime watering rules will be the same across the region for the first time.
Upper Hutt City women's team won Capital Football's W-League competition on Saturday with a game in hand.
Petone's The Dutch Shop has a new owner who plans to offer more treats to her fellow Dutchies.
He agreed not to bite or lick a sex worker. Then he did.
Corrections admits incident, but insists the men were kept separate at all times.
You're never too young to take drama lessons
A new Hutt play offers shades of grey in its characters
Under 21 colts' win features in Rams' rugby triple title success.
E.coli bug in the Waiwhetu Aquifer means supply from Waterloo Treatment Plant will be permanently chlorinated.
With a booming retired population, big privately run facilities benefit but smaller places are closing their doors.
A shopkeeper had a gun pointed at his head in Lower Hutt, north of Wellington.
Prime Minister Bill English announces 1 in 3 government vehicles will be electric by 2021.
Long-serving German Shepherd, Hades, steals the limelight at dog handler's book launch.
Emma Hughes had to choose between cancer treatment or her unborn baby.
Police in Lower Hutt are looking for Darren Roger Miller, 41.
"People need to see disabled people for that social awareness."
Council to spend almost $1m a year to treat Lower Hutt drinking water.
A rare native falcon on a Wellington beach would be a happy sight, but for its sinister intentions.
Envelope brought into Lower Hutt station found to contain baking powder.
Riding for Disabled organisation burgled for second time in just three weeks.
Lower Hutt councillors deal with the backlash over code of conduct disputes.
Ryan Schwamm has become the first ever New Zealand finalist for the prestigious Reaxys PhD Prize