Over the weekend, one of the most popular huts in the Tararua Ranges was hit by lightning during a thunderstorm.
Businesses in the time of covid face challenges but that hasn’t deterred many of the women in business profiled in this magazine.
Masterton District Council has unanimously supported selling 4.2 hectares of land to be developed for public housing.
The Maori Electoral Option is a “barrier to participation”, tangata whenua say.
The driver who fled the scene of a serious crash in Featherston on Good Friday has pleaded guilty to six charges.
All three of South Wairarapa’s urban wastewater treatment plants are non-compliant, documents from Wellington Water show.
A performance Tesla, or a luxury superyacht for a week are only a handful of ideas for Masterton’s lucky Strike winner of Saturday’s draw.
Repairs to Cape Palliser Road have lasted less than one month, with large swells once again taking chunks out of the tarmac.
Emily Ireland firstname.lastname@example.org Masterton District Council’s civic centre project will continue to progress, with a majority of elected members voting in favour of reviewing the project but continuing with complementary work. A recent report stated the...
Wairarapa’s dental patients need to book well in advance, as appointment times try to keep up with demand. A Times-Age survey of dental clinics found no appointments available at several dentists across the region, including Lumino Dentists and Greytown Dental....
HELEN HOLT email@example.com A power outage halted weekend trading on Saturday morning after a magpie flew into a transformer. The trip happened just before 9am, and Transpower restored power at 10.45am. However, some residents were still waiting for power at 4pm....
A rental accommodation shortage in Masterton has forced a business to house its staff at a council-owned holiday park.
Budget 2022 is the talk of the towns, but what does it mean for people in Wairarapa? The Times-Age puts the money under the microscope.
Wairarapa’s Lisa McLaren, has a QSM and was named a Distinguished Alumni by Victoria University of Wellington for her climate change advocacy work.
Kōpuaranga’s Virgo Sagittarius take to the mic and perform two of their original songs live at the WTA office for NZ Music Month 2022