July 27 2014, updated 6:54am

Tom Scully

Points race gold for Scully

Tom Scully claims gold in points race as NZ track cyclists add four more medals to tally.

Voters get tactical

Marble poll PM John Key is poised to reveal just which parties he'd do deals with. | Knocking on Epsom's door| Coat-tailing must go

You lot walk, we'll take a cab

When it comes to walking the talk, it seems Ministry of Health staff would rather not.

West coming south but no North

Kanye West fans, rejoice: the rap megastar is heading to New Zealand later this year.

Three changes likely for ABs

Intense competition could force three changes to the All Blacks' Rugby Championship squad named tomorrow.

Cops botch cyclist's ticket

Bryce Lyall is appealing an $80 speeding ticket after he copped demerit points while riding his bike.

Kiwis embrace high-rise living

Jason and Val Middleton After years in the doldrums apartments are making a comeback in an otherwise flat property market.

Kiwi's death by drone

Family want answers after a Christian boy from Christchurch who converted to Islam was killed in Yemen.

Second chances on chain gang

Nat MP's spending surge

Lisa O'Brien

Time runs out for frozen embryos

Thousands of embryos, sperm and eggs will soon be discarded as legislated time limits come into force.

David Seymour doorknocks Epsom

ACT Epsom electorate candidate, David Seymour, hits the pavement in the hunt for votes.

Coat-tailing 'must go'

colin espiner It's time to end the dodgy deals that have besmirched the reputation of MMP.

Knocking on Epsom's door

David Seymour has knocked on 8500 doors, wearing out shoe leather on the manicured streets of Epsom.

Brownlee lashes 'tosspot'

Cunliffe bullish

Paul Foster-Bell

Nat MP's spending surge

National list MP Paul Foster-Bell is defending a huge spike in his taxpayer-funded expenses.

Hamas rejects truce

Palestine flag Rockets fired from Gaza at Israel despite a proposed extension of a humanitarian truce in the Gaza war.

Worst affected MH17 countries meet

The Malaysian PM will travel to the Netherlands on Wednesday to offer help identifying bodies.

Women warned to cover up

Children clamour to join fight

Gaza

Truce reveals extent of damage

Palestinian refugees from Israel’s Gaza offensive emerged from shelters as a brief truce began.

NZ buyers lose out

Genesis A controversial American couple's $1m stake in Genesis Energy is a blow for mum and dad investors.

Move south celebrated

Mike and Maree were part of a migration of farmers heading south looking for greener pastures.

Intrapreneurs have 'best of both worlds'

Chasing a fair go

Naomi Ballantyne

NZ insurer raises $31m before IPO

Fast-growing life insurer Partners Life has completed a $31.6m capital raising to fund its next phase of growth.

Chasing a fair go

Mark Berry His job involves grappling with forces of corporate darkness yet Mark Berry is disarmingly twinkly.

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Sainsbury's fund lamb R&D

Techion UK supermarket giant Sainsbury's is funding a small Dunedin agri-tech company.

Intrapreneurs have 'best of both worlds'

I'm all for owning your own business and following your passion but it's not for everybody.

Evolving key to growing business

Jeweller scoops top award

Has the iPad passed its peak?

The numbers are clear: Apple is selling fewer iPads.

IRD needs tech heads

Inland Revenue wants input from technology industry on its $1.5b business transformation programme.

Yahoo! Community is back

Google forgets rest of world

Getting your online act together

Blayne Slabbert offers some tips on organising your digital life.

Beanie there, done hat

Beanie fiends They've become must-have celebrity headwear, but does that mean you should embrace the beanie?

Sunday loves: Fragrances

Three fragrances evoke the scent of London rain, edible creations and green tea.

Beauty: Cover up

Recipe: Mashed parsnips

Dawson's Creek

Brown lipsticks at the ready...

90s inspired beauty is back in a big way - so make like Joey Potter and embrace natural shades. Stat.

What a classic

milnestrap Former Fair Go frontman Kevin Milne's passion is a restored vintage caravans made by and for Kiwis.

'Tin shed' styling tops awards

A home "in the style of an old tin shed" and a Whangamata bach have been named Waikato's finest homes.

Turn a home into an investment

Open homes: Ski lodges

Jason and Val Middleton

Kiwis embrace high-rise living

After years in the doldrums apartments are making a comeback in an otherwise flat property market.

Recipe: Roast chicken with leeks

Roast chicken Embrace the cooler weather with a modern take on roast chicken.

Recipe: Mashed parsnips

A parsnip mash that calls for frosts in the garden and almond milk in the kitchen.

Getting zingy with it

Cooking in the 'real Italy'

Move south celebrated

maree horgan, mike horgan Mike and Maree were part of a migration of farmers heading south looking for greener pastures.

Protesting the plight of pigs

Hundreds have turned out in Auckland to protest against battery farming and animal cruelty.

Bigger plans on the way for Fieldays

Farming's changing times

Shihad to reward Canterbury fans

Shihad Band will donate profits from their first pay-per-view music gig to a Christchurch earthquake fund.

Romantic drama lacks spark

French romance-drama Just a Sigh is a strange hybrid love story.

Like father, like son

Indie singer's soundrack

The Block NZ

When reality bites

What happens to reality TV contestants after they've been beamed into our lounges every night?

Once were warriors

cook strap On Aitutaki, a small group of locals is fighting to reclaim their pre-Christian heritage.

Enjoying the high life

Enjoying the style and the atmosphere, high above Melbourne's Friday traffic.

Short-term gain, long-term pain

How to pick travel insurance

Taormina sicily

Show some respect, travellers

Just because it's easier than ever to see the world doesn't mean we should lose respect for travel.

Your NZ film fest reviews

Cinema It's hard to know what to pick at the film festival so share your reviews to make everybody's lives easier.

My ponies help me learn

Molly Prenter's grown up around horses but says it's Chicken and Spock who've taught her the most.

$14,000 and no baby

An alien in my homeland

Magic mountain moment

Our magnificent country is at its finest when shrouded in a winter blanket of snow and blue skies.

Invitation only super saloon

Aston Martin confirms invitation only super saloon Aston Martin confirms the return of the historic Lagonda nameplate in a luxury saloon to be sold on an invitation basis only.

Falcon's Mustang muscle look

Never before has a Ford Falcon looked so much like a Ford Mustang.

Wee car sparkles at museum

Jag unveils bespoke F-Type

New Porsche Cayenne

Cayenne goes hybrid

New hi-tech plug-in petrol electric S E-Hybrid model joins facelifted Porsche Cayenne line-up.

Slyfield, Koster win medals

Tim Slyfield Twelve years after winning his first bronze medal, Tim Slyfield has added another to his collection.

Crusaders march into final

Easy win for Crusaders as they crush the Sharks 38-6 in Christchurch.

Pool drought set to end

Tahs underscore title credentials

Tom Scully

Points race gold for Scully

Tom Scully claims gold in points race as NZ track cyclists add four more medals to tally.

cook strap

Once were warriors

On Aitutaki, a small group of locals is fighting to reclaim their pre-Christian heritage.

Drone strikes

Kiwi's death by drone

Family want answers after a Christian boy from Christchurch who converted to Islam was killed in Yemen.

Bali

Escape from Bali

A stay on a tiny coral cay with horse-drawn taxis tops off a Bali family holiday.

change

Can habits be positive?

I decided I'd try to change. I set out to do things differently over the course of a week.

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