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Saturday, 30 May 2015 07:24 pm
Crowds still pouring into Te Papa for Anzacs

Haunting, emotional and stunning are some of the words being used by the thousands of people lining up to see the ‘The Scale of Our War’ exhibition. JADE MAISEY reports.

City cyclists in for safer ride, but there’s still more talk before action

Wellington City Council has proposed a new cycle framework in Wellington. JAMES LOBBAN checks in with the cycling lobby and a councillor, who are hopeful this finally means action for dedicated city cycle lanes, after years of talking.

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PHOTO ESSAY; Memphis Belle Cafe

PHOTO ESSAY; Memphis Belle Cafe

Te Huia Moke visits a community based cafe situated in Dixon Street, Central Wellington.

PHOTO ESSAY: NZ Athlete Ashleigh Sando

PHOTO ESSAY: NZ Athlete Ashleigh Sando

An insight into New Zealand athlete Ashleigh Sando’s training. Captured by JADE MAISEY.

PHOTO ESSAY: Harbourside market draws crowd

PHOTO ESSAY: Harbourside market draws crowd

Harbourside market, the oldest and most popular market draws large crowds every Sunday morning. Captured by COLIN ENGELBRECHT.

PHOTO ESSAY: Rock climbing at Fergs Kayaks

PHOTO ESSAY: Rock climbing at Fergs Kayaks

Fergs Kayaks rock climbing wall on Wellington’s Waterfront is an attraction for people of all ages.

Community centre wants to come out of hiding in Mt Victoria

Community centre wants to come out of hiding in Mt Victoria

Mt Victoria’s local community centre is on the hunt for a new home to suit everyone.

Karori’s local library may be getting more than a new coat of paint.

Karori’s local library may be getting more than a new coat of paint.

The library reopens on May 25 after the 10-year-old building gets its first make-over.