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Wellington's Hiakai will be closing its doors in March, but the owners say the business is "evolving, not coming to an end". Audio
Hundreds protested in Wellington today, demanding the government take a tougher stand against Israel over its attack on Gaza.
Motorcycle and motor scooter riders in Wellington are being revved up by a proposal to introduce paid parking.
The blaze in Belmont Regional Park grew to an estimated seven hectares and prompted the evacuation of nearby schools.
The Wellington City Council says a project to fix faulty street lights around the capital has been completed ahead of schedule and under budget.
A renter's advocate and the founder of a well known local icecreamery are among candidates pitching to win the chance to represent the central city.
A new shower and washing machine service for homeless people has opened up in Porirua.
A 52-year-old woman has been arrested and charged with last month's murder of Wellington woman Helen Gregory.
The Upper Hutt College community is in shock over a violent attack on one of its students, which was filmed and shared across social media.
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FENZ is also planning to bring water tankers into the region if Wellington moves to level four restrictions.
The Greater Wellington Regional Council's chairperson says the four councils have made "quite a shift" in their attitude to the meters.
The pipe supplying the only source of drinking water to the town remains at high risk of failure and an urgent solution is needed, experts say.
A judge was forced to leave the courtroom and a defence lawyer told court security to "arrest them all'.
The changes are mainly to do with committee structures and have been brought about by the departure of new Green MP Tamatha Paul.
Members of the public found the body while hunting in dense bush in the Ōtaki Gorge area, police say.
The police are focusing on three people who were at the house at the time of the toddler's injuries.
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A leak in the Wellington suburb of Miramar has been spurting good drinking water into a drain at the rate of a litre per second for almost a month. Audio
Whitireia Park, where the human remains were found, remain open to the public.