September 19 2014, updated 12:38pm

 Joel Tagueu

Striker in a hole lot of trouble

Football player's attempt to celebrate a goal goes spectacularly wrong.

PM in protest chaos

rotorua protest 11:20am Clashes between Mana and National supporters cut short John Key's visit to mall. | A tight race | Polls | Live: The final countdown

6 kids shot in murder-suicide

12:08pm Adults and children have reportedly been shot dead in a north Florida town in the US.

Silence over groping at mosque

12:11pm Man who indecently assaulted teenage boys while they slept in mosque fights to keep name secret.

Terror attack 'was imminent'

11:42am Sydney terror plot foiled yesterday would have been carried out "within days", Australia's PM says.

Live: Scottish independence vote

Will Scotland's 307-year union with England remain? Follow it live. | Vote counting begins

Puppy killer: A life for a life

Andrew Joseph Salisbury Man who stabbed "beautiful" puppy to death after it killed pet rabbit said he took ''a life for a life''.

Mystery object death inquest

Inquest into death a driver killed by mystery object that smashed through windscreen opens in Queenstown.

Racer gets 3 1/2 years

Driver flees after 150kmh chase


Brave Savannah's big goal

Three-year-old Savannah Clark has a goal - to be able to walk through the school gate on her own.

Key protest turns ugly

Tensions ran high in Rotorua when Mana protesters gatecrashed John Key's mall visit.

National drops, Labour up in poll

John Key and David Cunliffe could be in a race to reach Winston Peters on Saturday night. John Key and David Cunliffe could be in a race to reach Winston Peters. | Possible coalitions | Poll results

Young voters neglected

Lower rent, cheaper food and less tax are top of young people's financial wishlist before tomorrow's election.

Politicians do funny things

Booze claims 'misleading'

David Cunliffe campaign

Live: The final countdown

Selfies, silliness and the occasional protest - all the action from the final hours of the election campaign.

US approves aid to rebels

The Senate has approved President Obama's plan to train and arm Syrian rebels to counter the Islamic State.

The man accused of beheading plot

Top Australian terrorist recruiter plotted Sydney murder with accused over phone, police say.

British journo shown in IS video

Terror raids: 800 police, 2 charged

Vote counting begins in Scotland

Scotland has finished voting on an epic referendum that could break up 307-year-old United Kingdom.

More Spark job cuts may come

Simon Moutter Spark chief refuses to guarantee job cuts are over but says any changes will be small and slow.

Bogus mag fax scam

More than 1700 bogus magazine advertising proofs faxed in attempt to obtain more than $740,000.

Migration boom hits record high

Alibaba IPO prices at top end

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Crane collapses at Lyttelton Port

Investigation launched after scrap metal ship crane collapses as ship is loaded at port.

Hungry days are ahead

Pamela Day Anti-poverty campaign Live Below the Line challenges people to feed themselves for just $2.25 a day.

Young voters neglected

Lower rent, cheaper food and less tax are top of young people's financial wishlist before tomorrow's election.

A million-dollar property plan

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Jyoti Morningstar: How I keep well

jyoti_strap The founder of yoga fashion brand We’ar stays healthy by doing yoga, swimming and surfing.

Entrepreneurs nervous about vote

Their economic outlook remains positive but the election and chances of a change in government and new policy agendas prompts some caution.

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Shuttlerock opens US office

The Rangiora software firm with a Lady Gaga link, raises $2.35 million from big-name backers and opens up in Los Angeles.

Microsoft lays off 2100 staff

The moves are part of CEO Satya Nadella's goal of cutting 18,000 staff, or about 14 per cent of its workforce.

Robot cheetah's quantum leap

Google Maps goes 3D

Larry Ellison steps aside at Oracle

His 37 years at the helm of the business software maker were a colourful reign marked by flamboyant behaviour and outlandish wealth.

Furry Friday: Election edition

Furry Friday Behold, the Four Legs Good election edition, totally non-serious and non-partisan except that it's strongly pro-pet.

George won't pay for wedding

It turns out Clooney is a stingy, stickler for tradition when it comes to his upcoming wedding.

Introducing Frances & Craig

Cannon's $2 million shoes

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The week's best & worst dressed

Good actresses make bad decisions, J-Lo wears a leather t-shirt as a dress, and Reese looks chic.

My treadmill desk left me cold

Treadmill desk I harbor a gnawing suspicion that treadmill desks are the wrong solution to an important problem: too much desk time.

My obsession with CrossFit

Grunting, followed by banshee yelping. Later: deep, satisfied exhaling. Welcome to The Box.

Tackling our 'niggling jiggle'

The emotional eating myth

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Eating for pleasure no more

With more people slavishly following healthy trends, are we forgetting food is something to be enjoyed?

Life in a new subdivision

	 St Kilda A Waikato couple has made the move back from Auckland to raise a family in Cambridge's new subdivision.

How to: plan your outdoor living

Why can't your outdoor living look as nice as the indoors? Plan it well and it can!

Apartments to be built

Lack of notice over St Lukes SHA


Inside Kirsten Dunst's NY home

Kirsten Dunst is renting out her chic NY apartment and it could be all yours for just NZ$15,000 a month!

On choosing the right pans

pan Get your equipment right and you'll be a better cook. Here's where to start.

Gluten-free salmon pikelets

Sometimes you just need a little something under your salmon. Here's how to make that happen, gluten-free.

Neil Perry's choc hazelnut tart

Potato, sesame & salami salad

Sour milk price taste

Nick Barrett Former Fonterra shareholders' councillor feels betrayed by the co-operative's forecast milk price for last season.

Cow cruelty ruling to be appealed

Takaka farmer appealing ruling that he was unjustified in firing a worker for cruelty to a cow.

Feds unhappy swede link kept quiet

More to honey than money

Back in black

Megan Boone The Blacklist’s first season turned actress Megan Boone’s world upside down.

What's she done now?!

Miley Cyrus is at it again. This time she faces detainment after being spanked with the Mexican flag.

Stuff's weekend movie guide

Is a reunion on the cards?


U2's 'punk' move

Stirring things up and annoying people is the whole point, says Bono in defence of iTunes giveaway.

Time travel on Pullman Rails

Your berth has been turned down, your shoes shined, your nightcap delivered by the porter. Now drift to sleep to the rocking of the train.

Serenity and the city

It's hard to leave this lush Japanese hideout, but it's left us feeling relaxed and invigorated.

Wellington in Vogue: 'coolest city'

Unborn baby's bucket list

The world's tiniest countries

They may be small, but here's why you should visit the smallest countries in the world.

EPL fireworks ahead

Diego Costa Clash of big guns Manchester City and Chelsea this weekend promises some fast-paced and fierce football.

Review: NZO's Don Giovanni

Set in a seedy nightclub, complete with poledancers, this isn't your traditional telling of Mozart's classic.

Beating my internal addict

What grips you with fear?

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John Key owes me $6000

Beneficiaries need at least a $50 per week pay rise just to keep pace, Martin Buck writes.

Found: Jag stolen in 1968

This 1967 Jaguar XK-E convertible, stolen in 1968, was spotted by US Customs and Border Protection in Los Angeles as it was being readied for shipment to the Netherlands. Rare 1967 Jaguar E-Type stolen in 1968 was spotted eagle-eyed customs officer in Los Angeles.

Ferrari double take

A man has doubled his trouble by allegedly stealing the same Ferrari car twice in the space of 24 hours.

NZ car buff tastes victory

Camaro bound to draw crowd

Radar gun

Texters targeted

Police could soon be equipped with a hand-held device to catch drivers using their phone behind the wheel.

All Blacks own worst enemy

Richie McCaw World Cup is NZ's to lose - and crack under the pressure they will, British rugby writers declare.

Aussie shooter joins Ferns

Queensland-born shooter joins Silver Ferns squad to contest four netball test trans-Tasman series.

Lions onto fifth first-five

Phoenix to play in Auckland

David Walker

Jockey handed massive ban

David Walker has been disqualified for seven years for pulling up a mount and betting on a rival horse.

Savannah Clement

Links with the land

A nine-year-old confidently outlines 100 years of family history to 150 people at her parents' bull sale.

Serenity and the city

It's hard to leave this lush Japanese hideout, but it's left us feeling relaxed and invigorated.

Leeann Watson, general manager of Canterbury Employers Chamber of Commerce

Cementing China connection

The Canterbury Chamber of Commerce signs a co-operation agreement with a Chinese business.

Tackling our 'niggling jiggle'

Amy and Jason Jeong are taking on the Stuffed no more challenge to lose weight and put a zing back in their steps.

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