Flights have been disrupted in the capital, and some have been diverted.
Design options reveal the costs of solving Wellington's cycling dilemmas.
Newest High Court judge described as kindly, scary-looking, and grammatically correct.
Long-running stoush over Wellington parking permits finally ends in Court of Appeal.
About 100 pines and macrocarpas in Wellington park are for the chop.
Wellington hospital's former Christmas decorations storeroom has been transformed into a private cancer care centre.
DIY community project group finds new home in Hataitai after two-year hunt.
Half-shares of five properties frozen.
Parking giant caught out as more unhappy motorists come forward.
A 17,800-strong petition calling for a levy on plastic bags was presented to the Government.
A short spell in custody shattered Nelson businessman Paul Max, court told.
Significant flooding on SH1 causes crash between truck and car north of Wellington.
The 2017 Dominion Post Readers' Rail Tour will travel throughout the North Island.
John Roberts is okay that Judge Judy is better known.
Ombudsman investigating Wellington City Council's refusal to release info to ratepayers.
Question hangs over whether Sir Peter Jackson's Great War exhibition is popular enough to warrant Govt extension.
Driver caught more than five times over the limit was on his way to get more booze.
Paekakariki Hill Rd, linking Porirua and Kapiti, has reopened after a slip.
Pay what's reasonable and let them chase you for the rest, says Consumer NZ.
All Wellington's grass sports fields are closed, with many now "sodden bogs".
Water penetration is the cause of "pavement issues" on new Kapiti road.
Large rock blocking one lane of Normandale Rd, near State Highway 2.
Huggies removes gender specific toilet training advice from website, admitting it's "not appropriate".
Roger Moses will finish a 23-year run in April next year.
Check-in glitches, a power outages and an evactuatio: it's been a morning of disruptions at Wellington Airport.
Road has been reopened following slip in Vogeltown, Wellington.
Hutt Valley woman charged with assisting a suicide may face trial early next year.
Half of Kiwis don't trust official disaster warnings, with the "cry wolf effect" making younger and more educated people sceptical.
Proposed new lanes will allow Wellington's cyclists to ride against the flow of traffic.
The tiny car park is a "hidden gem" free spot in the capital. That didn't stop Wilson Parking.