July 22 2014, updated 10:00pm

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Win secondary on emotional night

Newcastle United honour memory of two ardent fans with 4-0 victory over Sydney FC in Dunedin.

MH17 train arrives

MH17 crash bits Train bearing bodies of MH17 crash victims arrives in eastern Ukraine city. | Hard-bitten town | Putin has no soul

Holiday was 'too long'

Labour leader David Cunliffe admits making errors, including taking an over-long three-day holiday.

China food scandal spreads

A toxic food scandal in China is spreading fast, dragging in Starbucks, Burger King and others.

Kiwi star's dad stuck in Siberia

Swimmer Lauren Boyle's father is stranded in Siberia after an emergency landing on his way to the Commonwealth Games.

Baby dangled from car

Visibly upset baby was shoved out a window of a moving car in an incident that has shocked police.

Grandma badly bashed

Police Grandmother in hospital after being viciously beaten in her South Auckland home.

Icy conditions keep hold

Rimutaka Hill Rd re-opens but snow still falling east of Wellington. | Video | Your winter photos

Woman thrown at wall

Nina search 'poorly managed'

Claudette Hauiti

PM calls, Claudette quits?

National MP may have quit over P-card controversy after a call from John Key. | Beehive Live

Kim Jong Un can dance

North Korea is furious over a viral Chinese video that mocks Kim Jong Un.

Key wins soundbite battle

John key National wins headline war with plan to invite everyone to gripe about council rules. | Stupid rules | Slush fund | 'No flimflam'

PM pans Labour's 'slush fund'

Key says Cunliffe's $200m regional fund wouldn't make up for Labour's 'anti-growth' policies.

'I'm not flimflamming'

Pedantic rules - be gone!

David Cunliffe

Holiday was 'too long'

Labour leader David Cunliffe admits making errors, including taking an over-long three-day holiday.

DNA reveals FBI error

Kevin Martin A D.C. judge concluded that DNA evidence exonerates a man who spent 26 years in prison.

Israeli shells hit hospital

Four people were killed and 70 wounded at the hospital, as the Palestinian death toll tops 570. | Hamas defiant | How Hamas uses tunnels

China offers military glimpse

How Hamas uses its tunnels

Alexander Litvinenko

UK to investigate spy poisoning

Britain will hold a public inquiry into the death of former KGB spy Alexander Litvinenko, who accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of ordering his murder in 2006.

China slowdown hits NZ

China slowdown A drop in house prices disconcerts Chinese consumers, and weighs on Kiwi exports to China.

Chorus returns fire

Telecom says Chorus plans 'artificial cap' on copper broadband service, Chorus says it's not short-changing customers.

Oceania may launch $300m IPO

Ethics training for advisers

Auckland trains

Brakes on Auckland trains

Auckland's new $400m trains won't reach full speed until the old diesel trains are taken off the network.

Migration may stoke housing

Wellington houses, generic, homes Migration boom returns as Kiwis shun Australia and foreigners arrive, and risks reigniting the housing market.

'Raise retirement age soon'

With Kiwis living longer, the Government needs to change its policies, economist tells Nelson conference.

Sole trader privacy concerns

Post-rise pause tipped

Store rides the digital revolution

	 Graham Boswell Snapshot Cameras has seen some big changes in its 86 years of business.

Students' sweet paleo success

Six teens are revelling in the success of their new business catering for health-conscious chocolate lovers.

Sacked after boss paid for visa

High-flying kiwi hurting SMEs

Westpac's premature wallet play

New Zealand's top mobile payments boss is disappointed Westpac has jumped the gun with its own "digital wallet".

Proof of Dotcom's extravagance

Movie and music studios seeking full disclosure of Kim Dotcom's assets to show he is still living extravagantly.

Netflix tops 50 million subscribers

Design now central to Microsoft

Import your Destiny to sequels

Bungie reveals plans for future of newest franchise, including importing characters into later versions.

How to fix that jolly red nose

nose Sun lover: probably. Christmas elf: maybe annually. Bit of a drinker: most likely. Not a good look: definitely.

If men were women

Reversing things highlights the bizarre double standards that women face every day.

Three words for women

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Lose weight for better sex

The effects of obesity are attracting more attention, but one aspect of the problem is too often overlooked.

Let's live in ... Matamata

matamata The land of Hobbits is also one of the most central, characterful rural towns our fair country has to offer.

Add charm to your garden

Whether it's for aesthetics, to screen the sun or to protect your property, there is a climber that will do the job.

Four girls, one bathroom

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7 transformations: Laundries

Before and after, these little laundries are what sweet smelling dreams are made of.

Jewel's secrets to a healthy life

jewel She talks processed junk, fresh salmon, homelessness and how, for her, food and music go hand in hand.

Recipe: Apple & walnut cake

I have never had a failure with this recipe and heartily recommend it. Serve with ice cream or cream or eat as cake.

A winning formula

Recipe: Snapper & fennel pie

More fire bans ahead?

A fire on a rural property. Pressure is going on councils to introduce more burning bans after a recycling surge followed a ban in Canterbury at the start of the year.

Limits challenge dairying

Dairy industry faces a huge challenge if it is to remain profitable and competitive while farming within limits.

Higher standard sought

Politics stirs dirty water issue

How Kiwi got to make Pulp film

Florian Habicht and Jarvis Cocker How do you wind up making a film about one of Britpop's biggest bands? Just flick them off an email inviting them to the movies.

Weird Al's weird week

If "Weird Al" Yankovic has tracked down your personal email address, you're likely his next parody conquest.

Katy Perry's MH17 Twitter gaffe

The Voice crowns winner

Kanye West

Kim K 'as cool as a dinosaur'

Reading a Kanye West interview is like being let into a secret chamber where only he and his ego live.

Auschwitz selfie riles internet

Selfie Millions died within its walls, but that didn't stop "Princess Breanna" from taking a smiling selfie.

Call for airspace control changes

A major airline safety group has called for changes in the way airspace is controlled in the wake of MH17.

Extra China flights in summer

From one war zone to another

The Beatles and their wives, Rishikesh

Finding zen

Rishikesh attracts travellers from around the world seeking enlightenment of one form or another.

Don't risk kids on Facebook

If you let your children see illicit activities on social media you're putting them at risk, writes Darryn Hannan.

A bit of gross on the side

Whether it was intentional, as a dare or a barf-making accident, tell us about the grossest thing you've eaten.

Be Stuff's wedding of the week

The guitar riff of a lifetime

John key

Top five reader comments

The Government wants your opinion on local regulations. Boy, are you happy to give it to them.

Most popular 'American-built' cars

Under US automotive domestic-parts content rules, most of the top American favourites bear Japanese badges. Under US automotive domestic-parts content rules, most of the top American favourites bear Japanese badges.

Audi EV the forerunner

Change the world - not your everyday. That's the mantra behind introduction of a fleet of plug-in hybrid versions of Audi vehicles.

Retro 500 has familiar vibe

Basin flyover plans axed

2014 Nissan Pathfinder Hybrid

New hybrid leads lineup

If you were wondering why the new Pathfinder doesn't have a diesel option, now you know.

Skelton could be key for Tahs

Will Skelton Michael Cheika thinks Will Skelton could be a match winner from the bench for the Waratahs this weekend.

England decline just got scary

Why are the English cricket team so poor just now? It's the work of some pesky ghosts, apparently.

Joseph predicts Shark attack

Sorry mate, no horses allowed

Lauren Boyle

Kiwi star's dad stuck in Siberia

Swimmer Lauren Boyle's father is stranded in Siberia after an emergency landing on his way to the Commonwealth Games.

Graeme Downes

Lorde and lyrics

Music professor Dr Graeme Downes cites Lorde when he want to shake up his students.

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The worst year of my life

When I found out I might have prostate cancer I did the worst thing possible, writes Gary Mills.

Blue Duck

Demonstrating conservation

Endangered creatures flourish as a family figures out how to combine farming with eco-tourism.

Cruise

I was wrong about Cruising

I scoffed that cruising was only for unadventurous types. But I may have been wrong.

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