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Wellington councillors have made refitting and strengthening the existing library their preference, rather than building a new one.
Police have identified a man who woke up from a coma in Wellington Hospital and didn't know who he was.
Police are asking for help to identify a patient in Wellington Hospital after he was hit by a car and lost consciousness last week.
Hollywood heavyweight James Cameron is among 54 Avatar crew granted permission to arrive back in New Zealand today to resume work on the $1 billion movie sequels.
Wellington's billion dollar project Transmission Gully is getting a $14 million boost to kick the project back into action as negotiations continue.
Conversations With My Immigrant Parents - Series 2 are putting the call out for new Talent. Deadline 22nd June 2020.
Wellington's 'turd taxis' are back in action less than a week after they were stood down.
Workers are digging around a sewer pipe that burst in Wellington's central business area to try work out why it failed.
A burst sewage pipe has resulted in the closure of Victoria St in central Wellington.
A highly experienced engineer says many in the industry cannot understand how cost estimates to repair Wellington's shuttered city library could be more than rebuilding it.
A woman has died after she was hit a train at a level crossing in Tawa in Wellington.
It's been 10 weeks since Transmission Gully was put on hold and there's still no date for work to resume.
The trucks hauling human waste around Wellington's south coast to a landfill will finally stop now a sewer pipe has been repaired.
A strong 5.8 magnitude earthquake centred near Levin rattled people right across the lower North Island this morning.
RNZ's reporter Katie Scotcher spoke to Māni Dunlop from Foxton in Horowhenua. Audio
Wellington's mayor has awarded the Key to the City to a celebrity inner city cat.
Big questions remain over the future of New Zealand's biggest Public Private Partnership Project, Transmission Gully, as discussions take place between the major stakeholders. Slated to open in… Audio
Buses are replacing most trains services on all Wellington lines this weekend while track maintenance and upgrade work is done.
Hundreds of bales of donated hay, emblazoned with smiley faces and messages like "kia kaha", are heading to Hawkes Bay this weekend as part of the Rapa Feed Run. Organisers Sophie and Daniel Hansen… Audio
As we emerge from lockdown, many New Zealanders will be wondering how the bus system will cope on Monday. We speak to Dave Armstrong. Audio
Covid-19 will blow the budget again on Wellington's billion dollar road project Transmission Gully, but who will pay the extra is unclear.