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An egg-cellent hobby

53-year passion for egg cups

84-year-old war veteran Johnny Green has a mammoth collection of close to 8000 egg cups.
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A record celebration

Roger Liddle International Record Store Day is a chance to visit independent record stores and celebrate vinyl.

Council look towards zero waste

A range of households from Auckland's North Shore will help to evaluate the Council's waste service.

Kiwi short film heads to Cannes

A 15-minute movie made by an NZ pair will screen at the prestigious Cannes International Film Festival.

Birthday all about giving to others

Regan Northwood initiated 21 random acts of kindness to help her celebrate her birthday.

Crash driver dies

A 74-year-old man whose car crashed into a tree near Pukekohe, South Auckland, amid heavy rain yesterday, has died.

Spruce up transforms park

Nigel Turnbull and Ella Kumar The success of the Mt Roskill War Memorial Park's transformation has prompted the Puketapapa Local Board to ask if there are more places in need of a spruce up.

All Black loses hair to raise funds

All Black Charlie Faumuina is no longer the "big grizzly" he once was. His trademark beard was shaved off last weekend to raise money for child cancer.

P house costs renovators

Dylan shows the way

Ashley Jordan

Prize pumpkins

Weighing in at an astonishing 124.4kg, Ashley Jordan's pumpkin was a whopper and a winner.

Benji may be dropped

Benji Marshall Benji Marshall's unexpected audition at first five-eighth was further proof that he is struggling.

Warriors' woe continues

The Warriors can now lay the reluctant claim to the longest current losing streak to a rival NRL club.

Call for retirement 'ridiculous'

Owen Glenn's threat 'unhelpful'

Nemani Nadolo

Crusaders charge back

Back from Africa, back in form and back in championship contention, the Crusaders made a big statement in Hamilton.

Large slip shuts mine

Macraes Goldmine New Zealand's largest gold mine has been shut down after heavy rain caused a massive slip.

Boutique bar's name 'disgusts'

The Ponsonby Rd gay bar attempted some cheeky wordplay - but some called its name a "kick in the face".

More buses set alight

Five myths about Easter


Firefighting, China-style

A daring fireman in China has taken his job to a new level, perhaps unnecessarily.

Minister bursts bubble

Minister Responsible for Novopay Steven Joyce The Government is playing down predictions published by powerful US magazine Forbes that New Zealand is on the path to economic disaster.

Serepisos assets to go

Receivers are selling bankrupt developer Terry Serepisos' waterfront portfolio.

Warehouse more than simply red

More cafes close this Easter

Stressed, anxious man

Stressed at work?

Bosses are legally required to look for stress, and workplace legislation is changing to underline this.

Invisible Woman a must-see

The Invisible Woman The Invisible Woman should not be allowed to slip away unseen.

Shame about the script

The Other Woman is a female-strong, but not quite feminist, take on infidelity.

Cruel punishment

Fast and furious

Reginald D Hunter

Comedian's southern discomfort

Reginald D Hunter says as long as NZ isn't full of sensitive white people, his show will go down a treat.

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