TEZA, or the Transitional Economic Zone of Aotearoa, is a public art project bringing art and the community together. BRAD FLAHIVE reports.
BRAD FLAHIVE looks at New Zealand’s language dynamics in his blog about Te Reo Maori.
WATCH: Wellingtonians gathered at Civic Square on Tuesday night to remember the 129 people lost in last week’s Paris terror attacks .
Familiarity with mental health events helps a worker in the field do his job, and reflect on his role with EMMA MOODY.
LISTEN: Whitireia’s radio journalism team were key players in a major civil defence exercise involving a simulated magnitude 7 earthquake in the Hawkes Bay last week.
Actor, director and producer Nathaniel Lees wants to keep Wellington as the country’s creative hub. DOMINIC GODFREY reports.
Basketball star Letava Whippy’s heart is split between Porirua and Fiji, but her head is at Long Island University in the US.
Fighter for traumatised soldiers who committed suicide wins her own honour. BRAD FLAHIVE reports.
Two Wellingtonions, who came to New Zealand as refugees, share their perspectives with DOMINIC GODFREY.
New Zealand remembers those who gave their lives for their country every day at 5pm with at the tomb of the unknown warrior.
Amateur body builders vie for a last chance to qualify for the National Amateur Body Building Championships.
For the first time in 27 years Whitireia Music School is doing a country gig and it’s part of a class assessment.
JAMES LOBBAN interviews Wellingtonian Linda Shamoon, who knows challenges that will be faced by Syrian refugees.
COLIN ENGELBRECHT talks to a Middle East specialist about the refugee crisis background.
The gap between Maori and non-Maori life expectancy has narrowed, but ARANA KENNY finds there is more work to be done.
Photographic exhibition is a first for New Zealand. JADE MAISEY took her own camera to reflect the exhibition.
TE HUIA MOKE visits a community based cafe situated in Dixon Street, central Wellington, to capture the culture in pictures.
An insight into New Zealand athlete Ashleigh Sando’s training. Captured by JADE MAISEY.
Best Journalist goes to Francesca Jago pictured with TV1 reporter Jehan Casinader.
Last year’s decision left many Maori outraged, while others took the opportunity. LIAM CAVANAGH reports.
Lisa Gembitsky is leaving her Konfident Kidz programme. She reflects on her work with AMANDA CARRINGTON.
An Otago University stomach cancer report highlights over-representation of Maori in stats. FINN RAINGER reports.
TESS NICHOL speaks with some of the capital’s young workers to find out what it’s really like “working hospo.”
HAYLEY GASTMEIER talks to three New Zealanders who care for people with intellectual disabilities.
HAYLEY GASTMEIER speaks to three Kiwis helping to revitalise te reo Māori after more than 150 years of decline.
Leading NZ filmmaker Sima Urale talks to HAYLEY GASTMEIER about her work and inspiring a new generation.
Fresh from North America showing her new series Hope and Wire, Gaylene Preston talks with FRANCESCA JAGO.
The biennal Toi Maori Art Market returned to Wellington with a collection of Maori and indigenous art. YC LEE reports.
The first twilight Christmas parade to be held in Petone attracted big crowds. SUE TEODORO filmed the event.
Library users get to waive their fines and support the community in a Food for Fines amnesty.
Twice a year Wellington Central Library sells off old books to make room for new stock. TESS NICHOL finds out what is involved.
Boy band Titanium stopped in the capital for their Take Us Back tour and spoke to ASHLEIGH MANNING.
Hayley Gastmeier captures the annual celebration lighting up Wellington’s waterfront with culture.
Māori of all ages, backgrounds, shapes and sizes come to Wellington to study the art of performance. MATTHEW LAU reports.
WATCH: Newswire reporter JOSH PRICE checks out what makes Goldings Free Dive Bar the award winning establishment that it is.
LIAM CAVANAGH follows Vicky Ha around Wellington as she shows her dumpling fans how it’s done.
TESS NICHOL discovers the joys of craft beer at this year’s Beervana festival in Wellington.
A broken piece of wind art, hail, damaged coastlines – it’s all in a winter’s day for the capital. SUE TEODORO records the action.
Homeless numbers in Wellington are increasing. NICOLE ADAMSON talks to those dealing with the issue.
FINN RAINGER talks to Bert van Dijk about his performance workshop next month and his vision for the future.
MATTHEW LAU speaks with top Wellington foodies about restaurant guides and how we, and Michelin, rate.
The annual Feilding High School show 10 schools and wows the crowd, including photographer AMANDA CARRINGTON .
FRAN JAGO visits the the Hawaiian island of Maui and records the action at one of its iconic beaches.
The merged national media archive’s first Curator-at-Large talks with YC LEE about his love of sound and vision.
Can politics be fun? FRANCESCA JAGO attends her first political meeting, is entertained, and informed.
Premier team members show support a teammate’s wife battling cancer, and NICOLE ADAMSON captures it in photos.
Holly Walker’s politicking focused on lifting party vote in Hutt South electorate. NICOLE ADAMSON reports.
Award-winning soul musician Bella Kalolo is guiding Whitireia music students and will join them on stage. MATTHEW LAU reports.
LIAM CAVANAGH and HAYLEY GASTMEIER report routine was ditched when Whitireia Journalism students covered World Cup final.
Strengthening of relationships between Solomons and NZ on agenda for both countries. SUE TEODORO reports.
MATTHEW LAU goes backstage to meet the cast of the show and tell their stories in words and photo essay.
Showered with support, Sarah Jones* talks openly with NICOLE ADAMSON about being the one in nine with breast cancer.
NewsWire reporter MATTHEW LAU spent the day behind the scenes of Wellington Musical Theatre’s production of Grease.
LIAM CAVANAGH and HAYLEY GASTMEIER report routine was thrown out the window when Whitireia Journalism students covered the Football World Cup final.
PHOTO ESSAY into the emotion behind the 2014 Fifa World Cup final between Germany and Argentina.
WATCH AND LISTEN: Argentinian and German supporters watch as the World Cup final unfolds
Germany wins the 2014 FIFA World Cup – the NewsWire Team follows mainstream and social media coverage.
WATCH: The future options for how much you pay and the type of bus you catch in Wellington under review
Figures show that Maori are a third more likely to be living with mental health issues than Europeans
WATCH: The Newswire team goes behind the scenes of the Wellington SPCA’s new centre in Mt Victoria.
Cuba Street Retailers are hoping the legal high ban will have a positive effect on their business and the area.
WATCH: Prince William hints at future new baby in exclusive video captured by Whitireia Journalism student MARK BISHNELL.
Candidates in wheelchairs may find it easier to win a seat than get into the building, or even vote. CALLY MARTIN reports.
Zealandia latest in many sanctuaries to be gifted juvenile tuataras by tribe. PAUL ORDISH reports.
Young artists are challenging studios using little more than the internet and a laptop. LIAM MACANDREW meets two of them.
A top NZ artist has made a point by using people as cultural dancing machines in their exhibition. HOANI HOTENE reports.
Homelessness is right on our back doorsteps and one local woman is doing all she can to help, writes BETHANY PEARSON
There are questions about his mana, but Te Ururoa Flavell tells SAM DUFF it is better to be on the field scoring goals.
Maori tattoos is displayed on the bodies of many New Zealanders. But as JANELLE CHEESMAN found, it is not tā moko.
OREN OAARIKI and LAUREN MANN talk to Wellington musician Louis Baker about his upcoming self titled EP.
CALLY MARTIN spends the day with a bee keeper, looking at the process of raising queen bees and collecting honey.
Recent production Broken River a new experience for local designer. JACOB CHANDLER reports.
Richard Bruce represented New Zealand at the first Asia Pacific Games in Australia. He talks to PAUL ORDISH about his motivation.
Anna Guenther, co-founder of Pledgeme talks about the road to the website’s success. MIKE METCALFE reports.
Living in Wellington is a daily celebration of culture for three Muslim university students. BETHANY PEARSON reports.
In a roundup of Laneways in Auckland, LIAM MACANDREW features six of the more prominent acts, and photos
“What amazing people are New Zealanders,” says former refugee Mohammad Ali Amiri. He talks with JANELLE CHEESMAN.
Aro Valley’s community can have divergent views of its ever-present graffiti. Take a walk up the valley with BETHANY PEARSON.
Double bass player Vicki Jones has been on TV and won an award in the past month. She talks with LAUREN HERTZBERG.
The annual Christmas parade had Wellington city dancing in the streets. PENNY SCOTT captured the day in pictures.