September 3 2014, updated 10:03am

 Graeme Hart's new boat

Hart unveils $78m superyacht

New Zealand's richest man has launched his new 107-metre 'expedition yacht' in Norway.

Diplomat OIA probed

9:46am Ombudsman investigates Foreign Minister withholding info around diplomat's immunity after assault charge.

Nude leak Apple's fault?

15 min ago Apple breaks silence over naked photo scandal, saying iCloud wasn't breached - celebs themselves were hacked.

Safety fears in Connor Morris case

7 min ago Associates of Connor Morris are "dangerous people" who could seek revenge, lawyers tell court.

All square in debate

Leaders change their performances and spark up over poverty, housing and tax.
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Space sex geckos perish

9:48am Five geckos tasked with reproducing in zero gravity failed the mission, but sex did happen in space.

Camera car copping stolen vehicles

Police A car that can detect stolen vehicles as it drives past has made its debut in Wellington.

Fraudster likely to be jailed

A woman has admitted befriending an elderly man to steal his eftpos card and clock up $90,000.

Sex offender 'roaming streets'

Curator's chance find

Judith Collins

Collins stands defiant

Judith Collins isn't pulling any punches at critics since she quit - calling David Cunliffe a "moron".

Highlights of leaders debate

Prime Minister John Key and David Cunliffe went head to head in the Press leaders debate in a far more even contest than the first debate.

Beehive Live: The show goes on

From Invercargill to Auckland, with a UN date to boot - it's another busy day on the campaign trail.

Campaign Diary

A party leader votes, another one announces his 'bottom line', and more campaign travelling ahead.

More voters eye Greens

Candidates take note

Judith Collins

Collins stands defiant

Judith Collins isn't pulling any punches at critics since she quit - calling David Cunliffe a "moron".

Ebola threat grows

World's worst Ebola outbreak seen as threatening the stability of affected and neighbouring countries.

While you were sleeping

Islamic State beheads another journalist on film, scientists make fuel out of gut bacteria, and Piers Morgan quits CNN.

Vow 'taken out of context'

Boy's parents released

A masked Islamic State militant speaks next to a man purported to be US journalist Steven Sotloff at an unknown location in this still image from an undated video posted on a social media website.

Another beheading video

Islamic State militants release a video showing the beheading of another US journalist.

Dairy prices drop again

A screenshot from GlobalDairyTrade's website showing the downward spiral of dairy prices. Fonterra's milk payout forecast is under pressure as dairy prices suffer another big decline.

No alcohol sales after 9

New Plymouth bottlestores and supermarkets will now be forbidden to sell alcohol after 9pm.

Kirks tips smaller retail loss

Slowdown behind job losses

McDonald's aims to cut turnover

Kiwis don't think McDonald's is a good place to work, a view the company is trying to turn around.

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mortgage Hot deals and low interest rates are enticing, but watch out for pitfalls before you sign on the dotted line.

Kiwi house prices really bite

NZ's house prices among the most overvalued in the world and keep getting worse, report says.

Elderly residents awaiting their fate

Ten year ban for couple

Risk it all with diddly squat

Business illustration Give your ideas a chance but don't borrow against your house, unless you have great self control.

Dad's special brew

Dale Booth brewed a raspberry beer for his baby girl. Now he's in the pink over a commercial contract.

Cash is king in small business

Bad employee but great boss

The neuro games

Expert game developers are looking to create games designed specifically to help children learn.

Bypassing controversy

One of the men behind anti-geoblocking service Global Mode steps forward to defend his motivations.

Growing up NZ: The Game

Fans pirating music still a concern

Pirating music still a concern

New research bears out the claim most people would stop pirating music if legal alternatives were available.

The rise in reproductive issues

Fertility Are the very things we use to make us more feminine actually taking our femininity away?

Let's talk about sex

Sex is something that's difficult to ignore. You'd think we'd all be comfortable with it, but often the opposite is true.

Are you lean or green?

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I've had my naked photos stolen

'Can I take a photo of you?' he asked, out of the blue. 'Sure,' I said, after a moment of thought.

10 home hacks for broke folk

strap No need to wait for payday to add a few cute pieces to your home, you'll just need to get a bit crafty.

Let's live in...Roslyn

Roslyn is a charming, hillside suburb twinkling 150 metres above Dunedin’s city centre.

Buyer 'not misled' lawyer says

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House of the week: Christchurch

There was a time when Alfred Dell'Ario was a stark minimalist, but he is now no longer that person.

Iceberg lettuce: who needs it?

Lettuce Lettuces have come a long way since the 1950s, when it was iceberg, iceberg and iceberg.

Oliver causes kitchen boil over

Angry husbands whose wives expected more in the kitchen roughed up Jamie Oliver.

Spritzy, succulent Sangria

Fancy a burger, or 27?

Dairy prices drop again

A screenshot from GlobalDairyTrade's website showing the downward spiral of dairy prices. Fonterra's milk payout forecast is under pressure as dairy prices suffer another big decline.

White overalls spark dispute

A set of white overalls has sparked a stoush between NZ Meatworkers Union and Awarua-based South Pacific Meats.

Hazard behaviours studied

Common sense required

'Worse than privacy violation'

Emma Watson Emma Watson says the publication online of explicit images of celebrities is not the worst part.

Conchords to fly again

The US cable network commissions new TV project from Kiwi comedy duo Flight of the Conchords.

Bieber charged with assault

Life lessons from JK

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Top 10 disaster movies

As Into the Storm brings more death and destruction to cinemas, here's Stuff's picks for the 10 best disaster movies.

9 tips to survive Ibiza

Ibiza, it happened. I've finally conquered every ageing party-goers dream and lived to tell the tales.

A bout of 'terrifying' turbulence

A Naples-bound flight hit such severe turbulence that crew members were flung into the air - one broke a hip and another was knocked unconscious.

North Korea coddles the elite

Jet's windshield cracks

Shaking off a shady rep

Trashy yet entrancing, Miami's streets offer a diverse mix of creativity.

Sugar turns sour for Latta

NIgel latta Nigel Latta turns the spotlight on sugar to see what effects the sweet stuff's having on New Zealand's population.

Puppy playmate's first love

Riley kept me company when I was laid up so afterwards we got him a playmate and it was love at first sight.

I was an 'exclusive pumper'

I always knew I was adopted

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Addicted to being skinny

Admitting I am an addict is one of the hardest things I've done but no-one talks about what happens next.

Focus on Mustang power?

Ford is preparing a successor to its Focus RS hatch. Ford's ultimate hot hatch is set to take the fight to world's fastest hatches.

The ultimate collectors ute?

HSV's upcoming GTS Maloo shapes as the world's fastest production ute. Could it also be a money spinner?

Record fine for car sales

Hamilton's personalised Pagani

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Camera car copping stolen vehicles

A car that can detect stolen vehicles as it drives past has made its debut in Wellington.

Hesson signs extension

Mike Hesson The Mike Hesson era as Black Caps coach is set to stretch past the World Cup and into 2017.

Prop Tameifuna in hot water

Waikato prop Ben Tameifuna is in the firing line after shoving a referee during last week's clash with Harbour.

Tall Blacks no match for USA

World Club Challenge to expand

Israel Dagg

ABs focus on waterproofing

Dealing with Hawke's Bay's big wet becomes an unavoidable factor ahead of the test against Argentina.

You call this romance?

Romance doesn't usually come with a naked male stranger. But there he is.

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Still horsing round at 76

Showing horses is in Thelma Busby's blood.

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Candidates take note

What gets some politicans out of bed is not the drive to make the world a better place, but to score points, bully, smear, divert, and inflict pain.

The neuro games

Expert game developers are looking to create games designed specifically to help children learn.

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