Posts Tagged ‘ whitireia journalism ’
An Otago University stomach cancer report highlights over-representation of Maori in stats. FINN RAINGER reports.
Wellington and Lower Hutt ratepayers are being unfairly charged for expensive rail costs in the wider region according to independent research. FINN RAINGER talks to Tony Randle who has done the numbers and wants them changed.
Three Wellington cafes will be vying for Cafe of the Year honour.
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.
FINN RAINGER talks to Bert van Dijk about his performance workshop next month and his vision for the future.
Labour candidate Kris Fa’afoi and his team are waiting anxiously in Titahi Bay for the results to drop.
National party candidate Paul Foster-Bell spent the day with a sleep in and then helping people vote.
FRANCESCA JAGO and LIZE IMMELMAN report visited the Kelburn School which was one of the Wellington polling stations today.
NewsWire asks five voters to get On The Fence, a simulation tool is being used by kiwi’s worldwide.
Hettie the hen on the hustings with five election candidates in Wellington.
A local Owhiro Bay artist has created a business
which puts the enviroment first.
The local community is to play a major role in the transformation of Petone’s Jackson Street toilets.
Greenacres School principal is implementing much needed change in the school and the community.
Severe southerly winds of 120km kept ferries tied up and closed roads in the capital.
Economic growth is at the top of the wishlists for Upper Hutt City mayoralty contenders, reports JANELLE CHEESMAN.
Firefighters ensure a fire is well and truly out in Cuba St. SAM DUFF and SAM BRODIE report.
Exhibit shows ‘fly-throughs’ of the past, present and future of Wellington.
Council for young people says year ahead is full of new projects.
‘It’s Art for Christ’s Sake’ a collaboration between gallery owner and 10 of her friends.
Local band Minuit’s latest album has a flavour of the islands with its Pacific style beats.
Petition signed by 12,000 moves Government to save sexual abuse helpline.
Another liquor store just spells trouble for Newtown health services trying to cope with people vulnerable to alcohol problems, say agencies.
VOMLE SPRINGFORD talks to the store owner and residents worried about vulnerable residents being exploited.
Cosplay may seem strange and foreign but the community is friendly to newcomers, reports TAREN STEVENS.
Heritage buildings on Willis St, owned by the New Zealand Transport Agency, are still empty five years after the inner-city bypass opened.
While some bypass buildings are finally showing signs of life, KRISTEN PATERSON reports the Willis St corner remains unloved.
The White Ribbon Ride rolls into Linden School to the delight of the pupils.
Mystery buyer from South Africa may take all 35 of them.
Music festival celebrated art at its loudest, most raucous.
It could be costly if procedures are not followed.
Saturday night we’ll know if the political polls were right.
All Blacks stamp sheet went to press moments after the win.
Young petitioner will be the first to skate on the ice.
Vinyl may be just the ticket for independent music stores in New Zealand as they fight to stay afloat in a declining market.
NewsWire’s ANNA WILLIAMS finds out that our national game is worth checking out, even for the ambivalent rugby watcher.
Eagles went hungry, Wallabies munch on the leaves of victory.
Happy Pants has to rethink controversial advertising slogan.
John Key and Lockwood Smith attend the historic ceremony.
Haiti earthquake, WikiLeaks, Thai red shirt protests,Google street views captured in stunning images, reports TESSA JOHNSTONE.
Canterbury igloo auctioned for charity on Trade Me.
School pupils become native guides and share knowledge.
A school in Porirua East has flooded twice in just two months.
Miramar shares more than just moviemaking with Hollywood.
It’s the start of a new era for Whitireia’s Journalism.
Art exercise has a whiff of reality with ventilation work due.
Your modern teen hopes like heck he can look cool even when driving his gran’s small car. Is this remotely possible in a Sirion or a Getz or will the iCar rule the roost, asks BEN STRANG.
Suburban pokie machines to be limited, but not in central city.
Most turned down for Kiwisaver refunds due to financial hardship.