The relocation of historic beehive kilns made by famous potter Mirek Smišek is complete.
"I'm very honoured the recognition is for both the performing arts and the community."
Two Waikanae school communities are on alert after strangers approach children.
"Planting together gives the students a chance to see what we're doing-it's their future."
Gilbert Haisman's dream is coming true, playing the music for silent film 'The General'.
Ex-Paraparaumu College students return to run career workshops with students.
Jacob's younger siblings are asking before they go to sleep whether they will wake up.
Seven buildings in Kāpiti have been honoured at the Wellington Architecture Awards.
"All the films are trying to make sense of where the money is in the world."
Wayne Moore from Paekākāriki is heading back to Germany to race the Nürburgring 24hr race.
Kaibosh Kāpiti have helped 27 community groups over their first year in the community.
Māoriland are helping bring the tikanga of Matariki into understanding with new festival.
Four juvenile Whitaker's skinks are "a significant boost to a very precarious population".
Thirteen potters from Kāpiti are exhibiting at the NZ Academy of Fine Arts in Wellington.
The Paekākāriki Art Show is back this Anzac weekend.
Easter vodka by The National Distillery Company proves a hit.
Hīkoi Marupō-Walking As One is a unique multimedia event created especially for Ngā Manu.
Kākāriki bred at Ngā Manu were relocated by helicopter to Puangiangi Island yesterday.
In The Shallows are playing on April 8 at San Fran with the full band.
The centre is closing and will not reopen due to ongoing weather-tightness issues.
The poll commissioned by Save Kāpiti Airport shows 85% of residents oppose closure.
Bill Carson's chemist was hailed 'the smallest chemist with the biggest stock'.
Women from around Kāpiti come together to create Celebrating Resilient Women exhibition.
The expectations are high and the costs add up for school balls.
Kaz Deverill is helping run a fundraiser for Life Flight after they helped save her life.
"We're very lucky to be able to perform at a big festival like CubaDupa at the moment."
"Helping people is like a drug. It's for me, it's for them, it's for everyone."
"We coped, we survived, but we expect we would have flown a lot more."
Kāpiti Women's Centre share what they're about and thank community for their support.
Read about the extensive history of St Peter's hall and its role in the community.
Commonsense Organics demonstrates a different way of doing business.
Isobel has contributed to the cultural health of Ōtaki and Manakau communities for years.
Soprano's Annemarie Tiffen shares what it takes to run a successful business on the coast.
The programme is an introduction to the aviation industry what careers are on offer.
Scenic flights will be available on Jan 16-17, 2021.
Māoriland Hub in Ōtaki have developed courses for students aged 12-24.
Barbara's upbringing was a classic Labour story, now it's her turn to serve the community.
The Pickle Pot Be-In is a festival being created by youth, for youth on January 2.
The project was part of an assignment for a diploma from Whitecliffe Fashion Tech.
"We get very good feedback from the people that have used our services."
Love, attention and education is what the Kapiti Maternity Unit is all about.
The flower show had around 100 entries from Sevenoaks and Midlands Gardens.
Oriwa has won a GirlBoss award for Innovation for her work with Ngā Pakiaka.