Organisers say the Wellington competition was “fiercely fought”, with Ngā Tūmanako taking home the big win.
"Centuries of colonialism have trained Filipinos to adjust to the dominant culture, and we risk becoming invisible to the people whose ways we embrace."
Are portable cardboard shelters the hack all Wellingtonians need to survive the city's weather?
Police are investigating the racist rants that turn up in Vini Olsen-Reeder's inbox.
"There is no existential crisis about whether te reo belongs in a trap song. The language is our treasure, and we have a right to use it as we wish."
The 23-year-old copped a broken leg, two fractured teeth, a sprained ankle, and multiple bruises.
Aspiring Wellington lawyers are failed more than those at any other university.
The university was recently accused of bungling harassment complaints against a chemistry tutor.
We spoke to Te Awarangi Puna about transitioning to female, being followed by a film crew, depression, drama school and being outed on Facebook by a friend.
Pare Sannyasi is continuing the work her dad started in Wellington 40 years ago.
Lee Ralph on what skating has given him, and what skating has to give the world.
Whatever you can pay, they'll take it. Plus the government wants to cut down on our wasteful ways and the fishing industry avoids video scrutiny.