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Wellington Water lost a 2004 report that found significant damage to a wastewater system that collapsed in 2019, spilling 46m litres of water into the harbour.
Public art project, Lockdown Laundry, is visiting libraries around the Wellington Region. Audio, Gallery
The family of a man shot dead two decades ago is taking a civil case against the police in the High Court at Wellington.
A report commissioned by the Wellington City Council is not appealing to younger skilled workers. Wellington Chamber of Commerce CEO John Milford talks about what's putting them off. Audio
The Transport Agency is coughing up another $5 million to keep workers on site at the massive Transmission Gully construction project over winter.
Fire fighters have left the scene after a water leak shorted out electrical equipment under a road in downtown Wellington.
Three fire crews are working to put out a garage fire in the Lower Hutt suburb of Taita.
Wellington Water, which took over South Wairarapa's water maintenance last year, has revealed that the town is suffering huge water losses.
Changes to housing policy in Wellington could slash rents for half the council's tenants, but may leave other tenants picking up the tab.
The RSA has resorted to holding services outside the National War Memorial in Wellington as the strengthened Carillon tower is still earthquake-prone. Audio
There are calls to expand a family support programme that has stopped 116 children from going into state care.
Plans are in place for public safety at the earthquake-prone National War Memorial Carillon bell tower in Wellington, the government says.
Plans are under way to fund a $400,000 refurbishment of Wellington's Embassy movie theatre. Audio
Fi Greig specialises in raw, vegan and vegetarian dishes at her Sunday Cantina cafes on the Kapiti Coast. She'll show you how to make winter warming broths, breads, risottos and pimped-up salads at… Audio
A multi-million dollar programme for environmental work across some of Wairarapa's major waterways has been given the green light.
Wellington Night Shelter has officially closed its doors after more than 50 years of providing emergency accommodation to men in the capital.
Andrea Darbyshire is one of dozens of Carterton District Council staffers who have agreed to a payrise freeze as the district responds to the aftermath of the Covid-19 lockdown.
The largest bell in the Carillon tower at the National War Memorial in Wellington - the 12.5 tonne Peace (Rangimārie) bell - is on a beam at risk of buckling in an earthquake.
A public-private roading enterprise between civil contractors Fulton Hogan and two Wairarapa districts opened in Carterton on Wednesday.
Bells that weigh up to 12 tonnes inside the Carillon tower at the National War Memorial in Wellington are at risk of falling on people.