The Wellington City Council Youth group have been a great success according to Youth Council director
The Wellington sevens team got off to a good start finishing third in the Auckland sevens
A Wellington author is writing a book filled with stories of young people making a difference.
Sleigh bells will be ringing at Upper Hutt’s Santa parade, calling the whole community together.
Northern Ward’s Malcolm Sparrow believes amalgamation will help address issues such as jobs.
Curiousity Roadshow all about interesting items with stories behind them.
Wellington’s not-for-profit food rescue organisation seeks funding to expand operations.
Ex-mayor Frank Cody spoke up against regional council changes in a recent meeting.
Wellingtonians attempt to ‘trick shot their way to the NBA’ with extreme beer pong shots.
Olivia Sheat typical of the hard-working singers preparing for their choir’s 10th international tour.
Councillor says six new faces will help bring more action to Wellington local government.
Landscape designer continues his winning streak at the Gardening World Cup in Japan.
Director Bronwyn Judge premieres her documentary on African dance at dance festival in capital.
An Ecuadorian Fair Trade banana farmer made the rounds in Wellington last week.
Wheel Stylish puts models on bikes to show off clothes that can be worn while pedalling.
Get to know your neighbours was the message at the Neighbourhood support meeting on November 4
Residents will have to find other ways to dispose of inorganic rubbish as council drops annual events.
Meridian Energy submitted its resource consent application for Brooklyn Turbine upgrade last week.
Victoria University is taking a garden back in time, using it to research pre-European New Zealand.
After her recent induction onto council, new Harbour Ward Councillor Tui Lewis is ready for the challenge.
A New Zealander is astonished at having begun a trend that has international media seeking him out.
Four years, one award and 2900 members later social activity group returns to its first adventure.
The Get Set Go programme responds to research showing Kiwi kids could do better in movement skills.
Hobbit fans lined Kent Terrace today to catch a glimpse of Peter Jackson’s latest film in the trilogy.
March the first of 447 around the world the be staged on November 5.
An artist’s island odyssey inspired photos for an exhibition to be held at Thistle Hall.
For the 16th year that the Ludlam family of Stokes Valley has transformed its home.
The Wellington Homeless Women’s Trust is already busy providing transition time.
Natural Burials site at Makara now four times the size thanks to Wellington City Council.
The annual event drew large crowds and the home side took home the cup.
Movember team Growing Momentum is attempting to break the Guinness World Record Pass-The-Parcel
A majority in the poll favoured compulsory service, but that does not mean they want to serve.
Live showing of inauguration trial for future televising of Wellington City Council meetings.
Petone Library will be brought into the 21st century with a community hub.
A mix of NZ’s best writers were let behind the scenes at Te Papa to find their stories.
Residents have their say about their community and what they want.
A Wellington man’s first self-published novel will be reaching a bigger audience at Whitcoulls.
Wellington City Council are looking to develop more apps for the city’s parks.
Ihaia West’s high school days suggested he was always going to make a name in sport.
Australian music producer FLUME entertains thousands of fans at Trentham Racecourse.
Public art gallery, theatre, and civic hall complex attracts 72,000 visitors a year.
Third place-getter would like to hear from Celia Wade-Brown and share some of his thoughts.
Paul Eagle celebrated his win at the Labour Party shindig at Wharewaka on Wellington’s waterfront.
Six new councillors sitting around re-elected Wellington city Mayor Celia Wade-Brown’s table.
A wrap-up of who has been elected today to serve under re-elected Hutt City Council Mayor Ray Wallace.
Mayor Nick Leggett doubles his majority in Porirua with little change in council line-up.
The early feed from the twittersphere begins to reveal both election winners and losers.
A woman tossed her papers from a car to a stranger as NewsWire Team watched a frenzied last hour of voting.
Antics of Newtown commuter cited for ban to be extended to town centre.
The incoming council needs to adress the parking layout in Thorndon if they want to satisfy Thorndon businesses.
Locals say council leaves them with unsafe traffic, lack of parking and dirty streets.
Not too many rates gripes from the small-business owners of Stokes Valley.
Two community boards in the Wellington region are not taking part in this year’s elections.
Departing chairman of Lower Hutt City’s Western Ward reflects on local body politics.
Local businesses say they are looking for the new council to actively address problems with the CBD.
The Newtown Community Centre has been encouraging people to come and learn new skills.
Local body election signs upset residents and candidates alike.
Opening hours, beggars and parking on council wishlist for local businesses.
Eastern Ward councillor Swampy Marsh finds tongue in cheek response to election theft.
Management lecturer’s comments in story described as irresponsible and a disservice to democracy.
Large public turn-out to Ngaio’s western ward meeting not reciprocated by some candidates.
A street poll shows concern for liquor licencing, and about candidates not connecting with young.
Residents enjoy their valley, but there are a few things to be sorted out by the incoming politicians.
Mayoral incumbent says rates housing, traffic, jobs as important items on her agenda.
The former councillor takes time to attack the media and other candidates during his bid to lead capital.
Whitireia arts students get their hands on felt to stretch the definition of wool in Wellington show.
Karunanidhi Muthu believes Wellington region’s population would be better served by one council.
Whitireia Polytech’s creative writing programme celebrates its 20th birthday by launching new imprint.
Local businesses want parking and seating included in terraces’ flyover makeover.
Featherston’s newest public art work has had some of its parts temporarily removed.
Newlands College showcases its student film talent to crowd of 750 people.
Gamers flocked to stores to grab GTA 5, which hit New Zealand stores at midnight on Monday night.
Jack Manners New Zealand team for the International Surf Rescue Challenge in Japan.
Kilbirnie Residents Association organisers struggle to control hecklers in crowd.
Proposal to expand landfill includes draining some of Owhiro stream for its construction.
Hutt City backs business asking Petone Community Board for reconsider and low speed limit.
Water fluoridation and the waste water plans also raised in build-up to local body elections.
One hopeful Nicola Young says people chose to live an “unconventional life”.
Johnsonville meeting brings out 50 voters to ask candidates questions
A property developer and residents back the idea of ratepayers funding more parks.