The Toi Two Hundy at Toi Poneke Art Centre displays resident artists’ work for no more than $200 each.
Accommodation businesses pinpoint regular events for driving their guest numbers.
Wellingtonians agree licenses were tougher to get these days but are split about adding it to NCEA.
Male volunteers were welcomed into the Wellington Women’s Boarding House for the first time.
With Christmas fast approaching, the capital finds ways of spreading the spirit.
Government’s “hypocritical stance” earns ‘Fossil Of The Day’ and Zoe Lenzie Smith happily accepted.
International students are a big part of the rise in permanent and long term visitor increase.
Ngati Toa are glad the All Blacksfinally came to visit them and enjoyed teaching them about Ka Mate.
Chinese on rise, but two bay businesses still report mostly Aussie, European and US tourists.
Your cab driver can be doctors, architects and scientists, and author doubts many people ask why.
Kiwis are taking advantage of lower prices thanks to competition in the air.
Blind Foundation puppy walkers give pups a great start before they leave to train as guide dogs.
Two days of celebrations will mark 50 years for Redwood School in Tawa next year.
China, Greece, USA, Mali and Syria are among the countries represented on stage at WOMAD 2016.
Creative New Zealand and Porirua City Council pitching in to help community tell its stories.
We’re Going on a Bear Hunt has been retold with a kiwi twist with the help from Petone artist, Patrick McDonald.
Sir Edmund Hillary’s world first climb to the top of Mount Everest has been retold in a children’s book.
The New Zealand flag was raised over Eastern Hutt School for the first time in 26 years during the schools centenary celebrations.
Mana College’s hall buzzing with hundreds of local students talking to careers advisers.
Literacy Aotearoa helps raise awareness at Wellington Railway Station.
Friends of Central Park receive their fourth honour in a year for their work on Moturoa Stream track.
Local food truckers from the coast are now feeding the hordes on Friday nights in Waikanae.
Piwi Pene has just coordinated the men’s netball nationals and has bigger dreams for them.
Statistics New Zealand reports many Kiwi parents feel they aren’t spending enough time with their children.
John Key spoke at his regular Monday press conference about Red Peak, ISIL and the UN.
Architects working on redesigning outdoor spaces, and parents get a say.
St Mark’s Church School principal is keen to see other options explored to reduce traffic.
Ingrid Dyer from Kapiti has scored a role acting herself in a UK Tesco’s Rugby World Cup commercial
Ten Pin Bowling is part of Special Olympics and teams are working towards representing NZ.
Public and staff enjoy healthier surroundings after three months of work.
Literacy Aotearoa doesn’t want a loss of funding to stop new Travelling Books reaching kiwis in need.
Protesters were arrested on Lambton Quay, attempting to enter the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade to seize TPP documents.
Members from both clubs say they are pleased with the amalgamation of the RSA and Kapiti Club
With crowds increasing each year the future is looking bright for Wellington’s Lux Light festival.
Eastern Hutt School prepares to celebrate 100 years of educating generations of students in Hutt Valley.
The first ever quarterly clean-up aimed at rekindling original spirit of monthly event that died.
More young people are getting into Bridge – and winning. Alia Overend reports.
Middle-Eastern refugees in Europe face a similar experience to the refugees from Europe in the 1940s.
Partnership with ChangeMakers Refugee Forum latest initiative on air.
Plenty of beds available as social media campaign invites people to open their doors.
One Syrian migrant says NZ a fantastic place to live andhopes more of his countrymen can enjoy it.
New Zealander’s divided in response to announcement of a emergency refugee intake.
Emma Beals went to study in Syria, but stayed to write about the conflict for Vice magazine.
NewsWire asked the people on the street about Syrians, and what they were doing to help.
Parents at St Teresa’s School Karori help make basketball a more accessible sport for their kids.
Olympic gold medalist James Sullivan takes time out of his job as a fire fighter to spend time with kids.
National organisation gets hands on with schools at regional sports event.
The Wellington Regional SportsFest has brought together schools which would not normally meet.
Fair play abounds at badminton, and Patrick Elsis from St Benedict’s is fairest.
Panel and audience representing older population remember ‘the golden days’.
Schools from across Wellington took part in Wellington Regional Sportsfest this week.
Andy Mauafua hopes with the launch of his website can create a community space for Kiwi music.
Porirua club is not in the Horowhenua/Kapiti competition for the first time in 18 years.
More New Zealand couples tying the knot, and it was not all about same-sex marriage legislation.
A rise of international visitors to New Zealand is flowing through to regions such as Hawke’s Bay.
The annual social survey says jobs make us happy, but New Zealanders say you have to like that job.
However, neither Auckland nor Wellington economies are starring in the unemployment figures
Porirua schools are part of the spend-up on electronics through smart use of grants and funding.
Fuel spending is at its highest in 12 months after fuel prices rebound from drop at the end of last year.
A street poll finds the majority of Upper Hutt residents like the city’s new slogan.
Upper Hutt’s popular Cossie Club will celebrate its 10th anniversary on Saturday June 13.
A local artist and college students band together to create art to celebrate Poriruas 50th anniversary..
The Upper Hutt library is using an internet programme to update the city’s history.
National Geographic’s 50 greatest photos are drawing large crowds to an Upper Hutt gallery.
Work on a $3.5 million upgrade has begun at the Upper Hutt railway station.
The Upper Hutt community bands together to help a small business find success.
The first business to take advantage of an Upper Hutt Council funding package has opened on Main Street.
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.
Harbourside market, the oldest and most popular market draws large crowds every Sunday morning. Captured by COLIN ENGELBRECHT.
Fergs Kayaks rock climbing wall on Wellington’s Waterfront is an attraction for people of all ages.
The library reopens on May 25 after the 10-year-old building gets its first make-over.
NextStage, is using the old Little Theatre as its home and its well known founders have clear aims.
Hurricanes victory at Westpac Stadium captured by JAMES LOBBAN
Pūpūkahi I Ke Alo O Nā Pua were hosted at Maraeroa Marae in Porirua and performed at Te Papa.
Police resources are being moved away from community based constables in areas such as Porirua.
Dress up as a servant, maid, low society or high society to fight Transit in High Court
Karori fort took six years to build and was designed to foil Japanese invasion during World War 2.
Kaye Bruntonspent five years advising other people on running a school, and is now running her own.
Survey shows app designed to keep students safe is still on their minds – even if they do not use it.