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Barry Keys, who died on Tuesday aged 82, will be remembered as the glue that kept Carterton District Council together at its foundation.
Hutt Hospital has created a new intensive care unit in less than two weeks, as hospitals around the country race to prepare for Covid-19.
The rule to keep 2 metres apart has been catching people out and provoking some tense moments for those out exercising.
New Zealand Post has stood down four courier workers in Wellington for not observing social distancing with each other on the job.
Even before coronavirus threw a spanner in the works in terms of everyone's plans, Saunders Shoes in Masterton was destined to shut its doors tomorrow for the final time. Audio
A man with weapons scared staff in a Wellington hotel, while nearby a man was crushed this afternoon.
Wellington Night Shelter guests have been given an upgrade, to help them self-isolate.
A Wellington Phoenix coaching staff member has tested positive for Covid-19.
Wellington's trains and buses are being reduced to ghost services, as public transport is adjusted to cope with the lockdown. And new fog guns have been brought in to disinfect them.
Māni Dunlop speaks to reporter Jono Mitchell about what it's like on Wellington's streets. Audio
"From the good and the great to the lowest of the low, she bridged a gap," says Georgina Beyer of transgender trailblazer, Carmen Rupe. Find out more in this episode of Eyewitness. Audio
The end date for repair works to a damaged water pipe in Wellington has been pushed back due to the Covid-19 coronavirus.
Wellington College held a digital learning trial today to prepare for if there is a widespread outbreak of Covid-19 in New Zealand.
The largest indigenous film festival in the Southern Hemisphere has now cancelled all upcoming screenings, despite kicking off with a pōwhiri yesterday.
Thousands of dollars have been spent and dozens of volunteers have been working to nurse back to health gulls that survived a mass poisoning near Wellington earlier this month.
Several business in Wellington's CBD are without water as contractors deal with a burst water main.
Dr Hannah Critchlow is a neuroscientist at the University of Cambridge. Her debut book, 'The Science of Fate: Why Your Future is More Predictable Than You Think' examines how much of our life is… Audio
Wellington City Council's draft social housing policy proposes to set rent based on a tenant's circumstances, rather than a blanket rate of 30 percent off market rent.
An explosion at a Transpower substation left 63,000 households in the Hutt Valley and Wairarapa without power, suspended commuter trains and affected traffic lights.
Wairarapa farmers are seeking central government backing as the threat of a drought moves closer.