Whitireia Journalism School Diploma students celebrate the end of their course.
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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.
Final studies came to an abrupt end at one of New Zealand’s biggest journalism schools today when it was closed because of earthquake risk.
Students and staff at Whitireia NZ’s newly refurbished Media Training Centre in Wellington’s Cuba St were told today must vacate until about half a million dollars in strengthening work is done.
National MP would not take their Ohariu vote, or their bait.
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.
Contest winners on a great New Zealand crusade.
School pupils become native guides and share knowledge.
Youngsters rediscovering the good yarns their nanas enjoyed