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Maiden speech for ‘proud red-badge wearing, union loving, bleeding heart liberal lefty’
Luke Fiso is rising to the top of crossfit success in New Zealand with an eye on the world. SHAR DAVIS reports
Wellingtonians are getting a small taste of disruption, as these photos show
clients are demanding more information about the earthquake rating of rental properties. JADE WINTON-LOWE REPORTS.
Local designer Jessie Wong creates leather bags and accessories with a focus on environmental responsibilities.
The regular imports to Wellington this year include 20 from Japanese rugby competitions.
Kapiti campus students prepare for a function to test their culinary skills. DAN MAGEEAN spent the day documenting the process.
Getting through the quake, and preparing for future emergencies is the topic of students in this show on Wellington Access Radio.
Statistics New Zealand report shows Kiwis are travelling more but not to the same places they once did. However fewer are going to traditionally glamourous holiday destinations Vanuatu, Paris and Italy. SHAR DAVIS reports.
More than 50 1932 classic Deuce cars rolled into Martinborough Square
Newswire talks to several Newtown businesses who decided to open up the morning after the quake.
Newswire spoke to people throughout New Zealand for their reactions to the quake. SHAR DAVIS reports.
Wellington CBD was all but deserted today as residents respected the council’s request to avoid the area so that buildings could be checked for damage by experts. SHAR DAVIS reports.
Moggli is chipped and ready to be adopted at the SPCA, which has been in the middle of a microchipping and desexing frenzy thanks to a big discount. SHAR DAVIS reports.
LISTEN: Americans and Kiwis pack-out Wellington’s cult beer bar Hashigo Zake for a US election party.
ANGELA REID and PATRICK FRENCH follow news from all over the world covering the US elections.
NewsWire has made it into the famous Washington Post website, thanks to blind cat Murdock picking the US election winner.
NewsWire’s SHAR DAVIS is tracking NZ news media covering the US elections. Click through to follow the day’s progress.
Pennsylvania was being declared for Donald Trump and with it the presidential election.
JAMES MALTHUS followed the trajectory of election day through monitoring US sites and media coverage with live updates. Welcome to Donald Trump’s America.
ROSALIE STONYER-LINN keeps an eye on what NZ journalists are talking about on US election day.
A woman today may be in the most powerful position in world politics. MARGO NEAS and SHAR DAVIS look at what it has taken to break down barriers. IMAGE: Margot Neas
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are receiving support from well-known celebrities.
Two Auckland-based women and Democrat supporters back their woman
Want to play politics? Video game reviewer DAN MAGEEAN and fellow journalism student BLAIR MOCKETT delved into election gaming.
Lennex Drummond returns from the karate world championships with a second placing.
Victoria University’s Dr Jon Johansson explains the US elections, while LAURA BETH KEOWN unravel the mystery with JADE WINTON-LOWE for readers.
The USA’s 57 presidential elections have each had their own character. ANGELA REID explores some of the drama.
Wellington now has its own TopShop and the first 300 people sone bonus spending.
The Melbourne Cup winner gets $6.2 million but could earn even more having fun in retirement.
New Zealanders are expected to spend over 10 million dollars on this year’s Melbourne Cup.
A Newswire street poll reveals why they’re so happy to lay their money down on an Aussie horse race.
Melbourne Cup not seen as an issue for problem gamblers. IRELAND HENDRY- TENNENT reports.
How did an Australian horse race become so important in New Zealand? James Malthus looks back.
Café owner Matthew Payne has made Kapiti the place for his new coffee roasting project after coming from Melbourne to the coast three years ago. DAN MAGEEAN reports.
Parading dogs were among the drawcards to the city’s weekend celebrations
Young councillor sticks to the vow she made when elected at 19.
More than 100 competitors fought it out at a Brazilian jiu jitsu competition in Wanganui on Saturday. Brazilian jiu jitsu is a ground fighting martial art similar to wrestling and judo. Abe Leach explains. Saturday’s event featured men and woman of all ages and skill levels. Grena Waitai, the mother of […]
Wellington new has cool names for its councillors – there’s a city scientist and a Wellington ambassador.
The two new portfolios are among new Mayor Justin Lester’s major revamp of councillor responsibilities. SHAR DAVIS talks to councillors about their new roles.
Ireland Hendry-Tennent reports.
Strathmore’s Kahurangi School venue for Wellington City Council event to fix and try out bikes.
A group of young entrepreneurs no longer need McDonald’s WIFI after setting up in Wellington.
MARGOT NEAS background the mixed history of the economic growth fund.
14 Hours Homeless is a nationwide campaign to aid the end of homelessness in NZ
Mayoral hopefuls attack each other over council fund process that led to Singapore Airlines being given $800,000 a year. LAURA KEOWN reports.
Wellington’s mayoral candidates answer questions on Wellington’s issues
Six mayoral candidates give Newswire their views on funding for student transport discounts in Wellington.
Wellington dangerously exposed to a local disaster says mayoral hopeful.
“I feel loved and privileged to have been able to work with 15 cultures each day.”
Students are urged to keep the pressure on candidates to lower transport fares
Students are missing out on scholarships by not applying to a local charitable trust.
Four finalists have been confirmed for a French Memorial to be installed in 2018
Cate Brett talks print media, community newspapers and the state of New Zealand journalism
Te Tiriti based learning practise embedded throughout programme
Porirua woman Jessica Lee Groves is a stay-at-home mum and new business owner.
New Zealand journalists keep the profession in “good shape” despite challenges, says an editor of a new book. Barnaby Bennett joined three panelists and over 60 guests to discuss and launch the book, Don’t dream it’s over: Reimagining journalism in Aotearoa. PATRICK FRENCH reports.
The twice-daily traffic jam outside Raumati Beach School might be getting sorted out after years of public frustration – hopefully this summer. The plan will ease congestion and make the area safer for students. DAN MAGEEAN reports.
Nicky Hager talks about the future of journalism and the vital role of leadership in the industry.
Kahurangi School has been working with community on projects such as a super slide. SHAR DAVIS sits down with principal Kyran Smith (above) to talk about the school.