Wellington charity Given for You identifies needs and then takes them on with a range of care packages
Police tracked him by his electronic anklet - but after 8 hours had not found him.
Councillor with less than a year's experience in the mix to be capital's new deputy mayor.
Robert Taylor didn't mention a sex offence arrest when he applied to be a Kiwi.
Several flights out of the capital have been cancelled or delayed.
Contractors laid artificial turf in Karori - but understimated capital's infamous wind.
Last screening to be held on Monday night at 100-year-old Wellington cinema.
Fire services secure loose cladding.
Wellington now plans to spend $4.1m on new solution to solve cycleway debacle.
Enjoy the relative lull - more strong wind is coming for Wellington.
Dominion Post Wellingtonian of the Year Awards nominations are now open.
Winston Peters may cause Māori to regret their poll decisions, says Marama Fox.
Wins for Paul Eagle and Lawrence Yule have triggered local body by-elections.
National candidate keeps Whanganui as well, but Labour holds Te Tai Hauāuru.
In 2014 the Nats won the capital's party votes. It was a different story this time.
Kingmaker Winston Peters has an unlikely cheerleader: Annette King.
It's by far the most widely spoken language in the world and it's increasing in popularity in New Zealand.
Wellington's electoral candidates painted the capital red on Saturday night - but it was a muted occasion as Labour's outcome hung in the balance.
Ahead of the final tally, the voters of the greater Wellington region were mainly of a red hue.
Police are investigating the death of a person who fell from a roof on Saturday night.
The building is the site of one of the few fatalities in Wellington due to an earthquake.
Small gig in capital apartment part of a global Amnesty International project.
"Living wakes" have become a final festivity of life in the face of death.
Man who died after setting himself alight had been in dispute with courts.
MSD are fighting to suppress the names of staff, saying they're keeping them safe.
Judicial review looms, just as councillors were ready to rubber-stamp plans.
Man who set himself on fire at Parliament grounds may have brought sign with him.
Three top Kiwi scholars are off to Cambridge University free-of-charge thanks to one of the country's most generous scholarships.
Sheer volume of earth that needs to move for $850m motorway catches planners out.
The family of young men who died in a horror crash in Levin have offered a cash reward to get memorial items back.