9:54 PM The identity of Wellington daredevils who scaled a 70-metre-high crane remains a mystery.
Drive-by attacker covers pedestrian and cars in paint in central Wellington.
If it felt like the sun was back to stay, it wasn't. The winds will return on Monday.
"Nobody wants to lose their mum," says son after searchers find Elisabeth Loughran, 68, in dense bush near Plimmerton.
League officials will "come down harshly" on fan who joined on-field scuffle.
Police are continuing to interview witnesses to a suspected Wellington homicide.
Wellington is the only main city without one. Mums and midwives say that needs to change.
Family gathers after man who has a bone disorder is seriously hurt during a marathon.
Wellington City Council and Chamber of Commerce agree to disagree on living wage.
Kiwi fitness technology is using gaming technology to get people moving more outdoors.
A new extreme thrill seeking ride is planned for Queenstown, but details are top secret.
The amount of empty industrial space in Wellington is at its lowest level in six years.
A site, once home to well-known Wellington department store, James Smiths, is up for grabs.
OPINION: Judith Collins has become an enthusiastic campaigner against corruption. Stimulated by British Prime Minister David Cameron's global jamboree in London on the subject, the Minister of Police wants action.
Green MP Kennedy Graham criticises handling of trade deal in select committee.
Editorial: The oddly-named Wellington Economic Initiatives Development fund (WEID) is still too secretive.
OPINION: Housing Minister wouldn't bet one of his houses on foreign buyers' data being in any way credible.
Is the world going mad, or is it just me?
The remains of dozens of Maori and Moriori, including skulls, heads and tattooed skin, are returning to NZ.
32 years after opening for Motorhead a Wellington rock band have recorded their first studio album.
The Indian actor renowned for performing behind a mask shares his 19-year journey with his theatre company.
REVIEW: A wonderful album, soured only by the experience of money rearing its ugly head
Wellingtonians can keep warm this winter with a bit of groove when the Wellington Jazz Festival swings into town.
Five and Dime to offer silver service without price tag
Maeve Jones and Rachael Caughley spent a grand total of $0 on a potluck dinner they hosted last Saturday.
On poetry, teaching and fear of death.
Forced marriage led to an HIV death sentence for Olipa Chimangeni. Now the Malawian woman is asking for help to create change.
Hurricanes still 'striving' to reach their potential.
Mystics and Pulse determined to bounce back following thumpings last week.
Hurricanes happy to take Reds win after interesting week.
Wellington league officials will "come down harshly" on fan who joined on-field scuffle in a club match.
Highlanders, Crusaders set the standard with Super Rugby stunner.