Hutt News

Red army for the Hutt

Rugby clubs and accommodation providers in Lower Hutt will be swimming in a sea of red.

All Blacks training at Hutt Rec.

Cowboys and bandits take over school

Nikau Kennedy (left), 12, Harmony Olsen, 13, Nathaniel Bell, 11, Anushka Ram, 12 and Ruby Robinson, 12,  busy  ...

It's never a quiet morning at Naenae Intermediate School

The Wellingtonian

Streetlight failures hit capital

Wellington City Council has been inundated with maintenance requests from residents concerned about faulty street lights ...

Tawa, Johnsonville and Brooklyn worst affected, with multiple recent outages.

Behind the scenes at the Bolton video

Bolton Hotel Wellington

The beds are made and the bar is stocked as hundreds of Lions fans take up residence in 5-star luxury.

Wairarapa News

Lone takahe has a friend again video

Natural the takahe walks over to check out the new arrival, Fomi.

Bird is the word at Pukaha Mt Bruce as new takahe arrives at the centre.

Serious injuries for Wairarapa man

The man was understood to be working on a vehicle when it rolled on him. He was flown to Wellington Hospital.

A man's car is believed to have rolled on top of him, causing serious injuries.

Kapi-Mana News

Crash pilot loses his licence video

Helicopter pilot Rick Lucas survived a chopper crash into water at Porirua

Rick Lucas grounded, and firm loses certification, after Porirua harbour plunge.

First South Korea, then the Olympics

Newton Sythong is representing New Zealand in his first international tournament, at the South Korean World Taekwondo ...

The young athlete has set himself a goal of one day competing at the Olympics.

Upper Hutt Leader

Water flowing at Buick St

Mayor Ray Wallace is confident that water from the Buick St fountain is safe to drink.

Popualr Petone fountain re-opens.

Keeping Hutt kids warm in hospital

Four-year-old Hugo dived into the PJs for Hutt Kids drop-off bin at the Warehouse Petone for the official launch of the ...

Being admitted in hospital is a tough time for any kid but a new initiative aims to brighten up children's stays at Hutt Hospital with brand new pyjamas.

Kapiti Observer

Council to tackle plunging plants risk

A hanging plant, of the kind that nearly crushed Gus Evans, suspended in the canopy of trees at Wi Parata Reserve, Waikanae.

Council announces start of work to reduce risk of plants falling on walkers.

When justice and democracy collide

Kapiti Coast district councillor David Scott at Porirua District Court. He has been bailed on an indecent assault charge.

Bailed councillor can't attend meetings, and mayor is a witness in case against him.

Horowhenua Mail

Rates rise in Horowhenua

Horowhenua district rates will rise 5.64 per cent for 2017-18, which is over 2 per cent less than the district council's ...

Horowhenua council confirms 5.64 per cent rates increase.

Canada's measles risk

Measles almost spread from Palmerston North to Canada, thanks to overseas travel.

Infectious disease outbreak in Palmerston North could have spread across the globe.

Ad Feedback
special offers
Ad Feedback