The so-called 'Prayer Ambulance' is a real leap of faith for the Anglican Diocese.
It's unclear how the wallaby got into the city, or where its carcass has gone.
It could be a rough day on the weather front for many down south, but the north won't go unscathed.
Police said a couple of the six occupants "got out of the car to run off after the crash".
"You really have an appreciation for how hard these girls work."
The SPCA hopes it will prevent pets from being neglected.
"I've had to stop driving in the middle of my trips because I've been crying," one driver said.
Mayor Justin Lester says it's "an elegant name for one of the most beautiful parts of Wellington".
Hundreds took part in the march timed to coincide with a Supreme Court hearing.
University students are begging politicians for help as they struggle to pay the bills.
The 20-tonne truck will be removed by two tow trucks.
Mitchell Alexander explains the most Kiwi part of New Zealand's lawmaking.
She was previously acquitted on a charge of aiding a suicide.
The exhibition is on for New Zealand Music Month.
"One, two, three, four, we don't want to be so poor."
It's the first successful prosecution of its kind in New Zealand.
The name change would help avoid confusion for overseas students.