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The Curtain Bank, which re-upholsters and redistributes donated curtains, is in desperate need of more donations, it says.
Police say the device was found in an SUV after two vehicles collided and a person left the scene.
One of Wellington's biggest secondary schools is asking year 12 students to stay away if they have not been vaccinated against measles. Audio
In this episode of Voices; we meet a former refugee who has been on the world stage calling for New Zealand's African Middle East refugee policy to be fairer. Produced by Sara Vui-Talitu. Audio
Wellington has been shaken by a magnitude 4 earthquake which struck just before 10pm.
Funds freed up by delays to the Auckland light rail project could help fix a dangerous section of highway north of Wellington, locals say.
The Wellington Regional Council is defending its decision to lease out almost 200 hectares of wetlands to a farming company.
The Wellington Mayor's main rival in the upcoming local elections, Andy Foster, won't say how much Sir Peter Jackson has stumped up in a bid to get him elected. Video
An Australian study has found that nearly 90 percent of children are worried about climate change. In New Zealand, kids have similar concerns - but they're doing something about it.
A kitten has been saved just in time, after being found on a recycling belt at a Wellington refuse station.
Te Papa told the government it risked losing relevance as a national museum when it asked it for money to help move into South Auckland.
Hutt Valley's Medical Officer of Health says treatment records show bad plumbing at a retirement complex had nothing to do with the death of a woman who lived there.
An anti-litter group is combining new technology with old-fashioned grit to clean up piles of rubbish in Hutt Valley.
Horowhenua locals are still in limbo nearly a decade on from promises of an expressway to replace a dangerous stretch of State Highway 1 north of Wellington.
Wellingtonians can expect more city landmarks to get Māori names, despite resistance from one city councillor over a new name for Wellington Botanic Garden.
A century ago the Booth family set aside a paddock at their farm Middlerun for daffodils to raise money for charity and the fundraiser is still going strong. Audio, Gallery
The end of an era , as a catering company which employed former refugees has finally shut up shop. Audio
Orange Day Parade celebrates New Zealand's school road patrols - we're one of only a few countries that give children the power to halt traffic.
Emails show Lower Hutt Mayor Ray Wallace was told in February that bad plumbing in 96 apartments - worth up to $700,000 each - in a retirement complex was life-threatening.
A city councillor has questioned if the gifting of a Māori name to Wellington's Botanic Garden area is 'unreasonable use' of te reo.