Child poverty and housing prices some of the concerns for voters in the Mana electorate.
MSD's "extraordinary misbehaviour" is referred to the solicitor-general.
First of two resource consents for Peter Jackson project has been lodged.
Wellington council staff - especially traffic wardens - at increased personal risk.
Central New Zealand jolted by a short and sharp earthquake.
Disruptions ahead for Wellington rail commuters as employment dispute boils over.
Stephen Hudson was in Whanganui Prison, he's now in Rimutaka, but he wants to be at Tongariro.
Police warn parents and schools over spate of incidents involving children.
Locals say a fatal accident is only a matter of time after crash badly injured a pedestrian and cyclist.
Te Tai Hauāuru was once dominated by the Māori Party but is now held by Labour's Adrian Rurawhe.
Rongotai Electorate will have a new MP for the first time in 23 years after the election.
Big names competing to win the biggest electorate in the country- Te Tai Tonga.
In a letter obtained by Labour, Wellington GPs say too many patients are dying.
Police stopped Wellington traffic to examine a case left outside the Treasury.
Chief exec warns Wellington councillors their agenda won't be easy to deliver.
Wellington pupils have digitally recreated Parliament, with a bit of creative licence.
Centenary of NZ's darkest day is marked in an unconventional way - through fashion.
Lower Hutt woman's aiding suicide case on track for February trial.
Travel in true Christmas fashion onboard Kāpiti's North Pole express.
Lack of housing, low wages and polluted waterways key issues for voters in Wairarapa.
Wellington councillors thought they had bargaining power over Shelly Bay plans. They don't.
Mayor's election pledge is reliant on incoming government providing funds.
A Wellington kindergarten has been left without trike or trampoline after theft in the night.
Wheezing under Wellington house was from a bird with a bag around its neck.
An 11-year-old on a mission- behind a soon to be established zebra crossing near a school.
It's been a calendar highlight for more than a decade, and now the city is declaring its love for WOW loud and clear.
Youth engagement and employment key concerns in Rimutaka Electorate.
Council to set up subcommittee to fast-track housing decisions.
The Greens say it's affordable for Wellington. National's Transport Minister Simon Bridges says they're wrong.
Wellington's local authorities are coming together in the fight against climate change.