The driver of the car rolled near Wellington on Saturday morning.
Cries to permanently take serial-drink driver Gavin Hawthorn off the roads will go unheeded, yet again.
Despite a huge wake-up call two years ago, are Wellington residents ready for the next big earthquake?
The three-storey Brandon St building, once owned by Kirkaldie & Stains is being refurbished.
From oil changes to rigger refills, an old mechanic's workshop now has craft beer and nitro coffee on tap.
Celebrating 70 years since the Citroen 2CV was first made, 20 of the cars are going for a road trip around the central North Island.
Scrap your holiday job, a teenager is earning $80 an hour busking with an ukulele.
A long-time renter says the biggest concern most renters have is getting kicked out.
Consumers will eat plant protein but in an authentic way.
The oldest Māori radio station will go to the Waitangi Tribunal after a two-month funding freeze.
The Queensgate Mall in Lower Hutt is about to rebuild its movie complex.
Global beauty brand Mecca has opened the doors to its biggest New Zealand store.
A schoolgirl's stellar science skills saw her win a cadet's award out of 500 students at Space Camp.
A nurse who just returned from Niue was the only person a wounded Niuean soldier could understand while being treated in London. More than 100 years later their grand children have connected in Wellington.
Protest to highlight lack of help for children with mental health problems.
Wellington's new bus schedule will face its biggest test from Monday morning commuters.
REVIEW: An excellent evening of dance to the intricate and inspirational music of Mozart.
Fears Kāpiti residents won't be able to pay "excessive" rates hike proposed by regional council.
One architect took out two housing awards for remote retreats in the 2018 NZIA Wellington awards.
Wellington couple loved their quirky Ian Burrow house so much, they commissioned a bigger one.
Back then, we were trained as announcers to cover everything, even the weather.
It was valued at $750k, but things got a little heated and this small Wellington cottage went for $1.352m.
This Wellington-based artist travels the globe to paint and illustrate the natural world.
The northern city has size on its side, but is the capital just much more creative?
Family selling 'elite street' villa in The Crescent, Roseneath have plenty of tales after 60 years.
It's not about size or ostentation: what Wellington covets is quite different to Auckland.
Burton Silver's land that inspired the Bogor comic strip has been sold, and will not be subdivided.
Burton Silver drew the Bogor comic strips here. Now, after 100 years in the family, the bush and bach are for sale.
Why rent in Wellington when you can get a luxury pad in New Plymouth for half the price?
Public invited to join Prime Minister in selecting what art should be displayed.