The new deal brings an end to six months of tension and acrimony.
A contender for Wellington's mayoralty is yet to be confirmed.
Investment models for each council in New Zealand have been released after reform proposal
Partially untreated water was drained from the network after UV filters stopped working.
Wellington Water currently has 30 vacancies across its operations.
Comment: Wellington is at risk of becoming a museum if heritage advocates have their way.
Plan to ease pressure on fragile wastewater pipe goes awry.
Remutaka Hill Rd is now open.
Heathcliffe has swollen legs, a few scrapes, and is on a course of antibiotics.
Noth northbound lanes of the motorway are now open.
ANALYSIS: The long-awaited $1.25b road is meant to open in September, but will it?
Airline passenger says the abandoned flight was just the beginning of troubles.
The two people were 22 and 21 years old.
IRD refuses to say what the new rating is other than it's lower than first thought.
Rally in response to controversial group Speak Up For Women holding an event in the city.
New assessment finds Wellington office has lower earthquake rating than first thought.
Concern the blue and green in Metlink's branding is not in keeping with heritage colours.
Michael Fowler Centre to be lit in the transgender flag colours as tensions escalate.
The city is reducing peak-hour bus services to cope with a shortage of 60 drivers.
Andy Foster pens a letter to volunteers more than a year after the council ditched them.
Building will be lit while controversial group Speak Up For Women holds an event there.
Mayor was encouraged to openly support the reforms, but instead he's on the fence.
Restaurateur said the chef was using a burn injury as an excuse not to go to work.
Councillor left shocked by how much of the city has been 'locked up' from development.
Taranaki Whānui and MHUD are investigating another housing development above Shelly Bay.
The city is struggling with driver shortages and preparing to reduce peak-hour timetables.
People were shocked, but councillor Iona Pannett was never going to vote against heritage.
Andy Foster is skeptical about scale efficiency savings and worried about no local control
Passengers: 'Everything was up in the air in the plane, it was pretty crazy.'
COMMENT: Why is Government changing New Zealand's water infrastructure now?
Chocolate cocktails, beer made with cocoa nibs, and chocolate calzone are on the menu.
Lianne Dalziel won't be running again, while Andy Foster and Phil Goff remain undecided.
An open letter was signed by 16 groups including the NZSO and Royal New Zealand Ballet.
The council doesn't know enough about the state of its water pipes.
Wild swells in the capital were set to worsen tonight.
Last year similar waves washed over homes, broke windows, and caused flooding.
The pair got caught in rough waters on Sunday.
Extending two-hour parking time limit until 10pm won't be enough time to attend shows.
Wellington's spatial plan outlines how city will accommodate up to 80,000 extra people.
Andy Foster has appeared before a select committee on the issue of congestion charging.
Up to 2500 people were visiting Te Papa at the same time as the Sydney Covid case.
The wrangle over their collective agreement has so far resulted in a strike and a lockout.
Town Hall's budget could blowout and costs could escalate on new sludge-treatment plant.
Opinion: This small token of appreciation means more than ever right now.
One of them is Te Puni Village where an alleged kidnapping happened earlier this year.
Boulders went over the side of a hill and into streams that feed vulnerable inlets.
What strikes the right balance between protecting character and building more housing?
'It's a bit galling to see what were significant public assets slip through our fingers.'
The situation is effectively preventing the city from achieving its environmental goals.
It's the latest in a string of budget blowouts for the earthquake-strengthening project.
Police say a youth driving a stolen car became abusive and resisted arrest.
Chamber of Commerce says businesses are trading tough following Covid-19.
The sale leaves NZ Bus short of a location to store part of its Wellington fleet.
Mayor Andy Foster says the $6.4b Let's Get Wellington Moving plan is finally moving.
Tunnels have long been a point of contention in the $6.4 billion plan.
Wellington's $6.4 billion transport plan has been struggling behind the scenes.
The appointment is a familiar face at the council.
Submissions are being evaluated with a decision due shortly on who the operator will be.
Business cases are months behind schedule and the $6.4b budget has been blown.
Subsequent water quality checks indicate no cause for concern.
Michael Wood's position on the issue is a significant shift from his predecessor's.
Up to $185b is needed for the country's pipes but the workforce is already under pressure.
The Herald has obtained a copy of the letter Napier Port's CE sent to Wellington.
Wellington City Council goes back to the Government for access to critical subsidy.
Up to $185b will be needed for pipes across the country over the next 30 years.
The 10-level building is opposite Parliament and has been covered in wrapping for months.
Councillors have spent a gruelling day thrashing out the final details of their budget.
Spades will hit the ground in the middle of the year - the start of a five-year project.
The partnership delivers new affordable housing for essential and key workers.
Council now considering a Community Housing Provider to solve financial problems.
Let's Get Wellington Moving is facing a budget blowout